I rejected a guy’s advances on social media – he said I was ‘perfect’ but then his messages turned seriously nasty

A GEORGIA woman has gone viral after sharing a chat with an engaged man who called her a “fat b*tch” because she knocked back his advances.

Shelby Goodrich Eckard, a social media content creator and PCOS Advocate from Atlanta told Newsflash that the man slid into her direct messages.

The man told her she is "literally perfect" but the chat turned nasty after she responded that she "was not interested or available."

Eckard, known as Pcossupportgirl on TikTok where she boasts 170,000 followers and nearly 8 million likes, shared screenshots of the conversation she had with the engaged man.

He wrote: “U are literally perfect and I would do anything to get to know you like.”

She told him she wasn't "interested or available”, however, he ignored her and sent another message saying: “I'd treat u real nice.”

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He later wrote: “Ur lucky someone like me would even think about touching ur b*tch a*s."

Eckard shot back: “K. I am most certainly a b*tch.

"But you will not be touching any part of me – including my a*ss.

“Also, upon further review, I think your FIANCEE probably would like to weigh in on this."

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He wrote back: “F*ck u fat b*tch no need to get others involved.”

Shelby told Newsflash that she ended up contacting the man’s fiancée, but found that they had both blocked her.

She said: “Once I told his fiancée, about three hours later when I went to go back to message her, she and him had both blocked me."

Shelby added that he did not contact her after she went public with their chat and that she hopes he saw her reaction video, currently viewed 255,000 times.

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She told Newsflash: “Being public on social media always instills a little fear in me, especially because some of my ‘takes’ are stronger-willed or not exactly [politically correct.

"I have strong opinions though and understand people have strong reactions, positive and negative.”

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