A body positivity influencer has shared her hilarious take on ’embracing’ her ‘saggy boobs,’ which involves using them to hold a tennis racket.
Londoner Brooke Paintain (@brookepaintain), 19, boasts almost 600,000 followers on TikTok and has amassed a total of 28.7 million likes.
The influencer is a big advocate for self love and makes inspiring videos about loving your body as it is, no matter what it looks like.
She’s also known for her TikTok famous grandfather, Grandad Joe – who outdoes his granddaughter with 6.5 million followers.
Jumping on a trend sparked by a fellow TikToker earlier this year, Brooke decided to show off the skills she’s been granted by her ‘saggy boobs’.
A body positivity influencer has shared her hilarious take on ’embracing’ her ‘saggy boobs’
In a video captioned: ‘I found a girl who has a better pair of tatas than you,’ Joss lip-synced Mrs Right by Mindless Behaviour.
She mouthed: ‘I gotta see her,’ as she tucked a plastic container under her boob to show that she could hold it there.
Many other women quickly hopped onto the trend and turned into a strange competition to show off what they could hold with their breasts.
Brooke stitched the video and captioned it: ‘One way to embrace my saggy boobs’.
The influencer impressively held a tennis racket under one breast and a bag under the other.
She mouthed along to the song: ‘Travelled all around the world just to see her,’ as she grinned to the camera, before bursting into laughter.
Commenters dubbed the TikToker a ‘legend’ and praised her for giving it a go.
One user wrote ‘I love you for this Brooke’ and another added ‘I love this! Saggy boobs gang’.
She mouthed along to the song ‘Travelled all around the world just to see her,’ as she grinned to the camera, before bursting into laughter
The influencer replied ‘had to do it,’ alongside laughing emojis.
Referencing the other videos, another viewer chimed in with ‘the girl with the tv and the girl with a table and chair still win haha’.
Someone else penned ‘I had boobs like yours but got reduction surgery cause it hurt,’ meanwhile another said ‘I feel your pain girlie’.
It comes just after a woman from Nevada with size 34H boobs got a life-changing breast reduction taking her down to a size 34B.
Growing up, Carissa Beasley, 26, would constantly have to visit chiropractors and doctors with pain in her back and neck, and she also faced upset every time she went shopping for clothing because she felt as though nothing suited her figure.
Now, she has opened up about how her ‘quality of life’ and her self confidence have completely transformed after she underwent the surgery.