Robbie Williams slams claims he ‘looks ill’ as wife Ayda urged ‘to do something’
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Former Take That singer Robbie Williams took to Instagram this afternoon to hit out at claims that he “looked unwell”.
He was particularly unimpressed with comments directed towards his wife Ayda Field, as he shared a stern message with his 2.9 million followers.
“So, here are a few things from yesterday That are not ok, I say a few because there were many more.
“Personally he looks unwell. There’s a few ‘Red flags’ with him and his ‘Handler’… I mean wife,” he began, as he continued to quote others who had made the claims about him.
“His wife is also too skinny, same diet? Too much!!! Agreed!!! No muscles at all.
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“SKINNY LOOKS ILL. Tooo thin! Oh God, he’s gotten thin… What does the wife just do with him. Botox and lose weight madness.
“If you are that skinny you definitely should do exercises! Shoulders, breast, arms and of course back and little legs. Please! Ayda, do something!”
He also included comments like “Robbie you lost too much weight you would look better with a few kilos, “Omg looks like 80 year old” and “Ffs you look like Ada anorexic not a good look at all Robbie.”
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Using his voice again to conclude the post, Robbie warned fans: “I am not your Ken doll. Robert. Namaste.” (sic)
Beside the post, he included some colourful artwork that showed seagulls flying over an ocean at sunset.
He captioned it: “You can go f*** yourself and when you’ve finished that you can f*** off you f***er.”
Fans rushed to the comments section to offer the Angels singer messages of support, with Chris writing: “Tell em all to mind their own f****n business.” (sic)
Matt commented: “No one should have to endure such atrocities, Rob. I worry for the state of humanity. You do you. We’re all here for you.”
Singer Sam Bailey added: “They are not worth it mate! You know who you are and you should be proud of yourself!
“It’s not easy being in the public eye, you have to learn to be bulletproof. You have a wonderful family and great friends … that’s all you need darlin xx sending love mate xx.” (sic)
Robbie Williams premieres on Netflix November 8.
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