Love Island Australia star Phoebe Thompson thanked fans for their support after revealing she suffered from painful irritations after exercising due to her “huge breasts”.
On Thursday, the 30-year-old shared a photo on Instagram of her painfully sore breast caused by the friction of her sports bra after a 10k run.
And she said in a follow-up video on Friday that she had been inundated with messages from other women who know exactly what it’s like to work out with big boobs.
Wrestling: Love Island Australia star Phoebe Thompson thanked fans for their support after revealing she suffered from painful irritations after exercising due to her “huge breasts”
Phoebe, who showed off her full breast in a lilac bikini as she sat in her car, said: “It’s a really nice day in Sydney today. It’s super hot and sunny.
“I just went for another race and I also went swimming. A downhill run just to change things up a bit, and I feel pretty good.
“My glutes are really sore, but that’s about it. But I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who texted me about my breast irritation.
Group effort: “I just wanted to thank everyone who sent me a message about my breast irritation,” Phoebe, 30, said Friday. “I have very good suggestions for creams and other stuff”
“I’ve had some really great suggestions for creams and other stuff so I really appreciate your concern,” she added.
A day earlier, Phoebe had shared photos of the painful irritations on her breasts caused by exercising “with huge breasts” during the lockdown.
She said the injury was from a daily run as part of a 30-day fitness challenge, and reassured fans it was not a scar from surgery. mammal augmentation.
Injury: A day earlier, Phoebe had shared photos of the painful irritation on her breasts caused by exercising “with huge breasts” during the lockdown
“People say to me, ‘Oh my god you got your breasts done, is that your augmentation scar?” Said the Sydney-based influencer.
“Guys, it’s because you run everyday. Having really huge breasts and the weight and friction on the sports bra creates bruises and abrasions under the breasts.
“I have it on both my breasts so if anyone has any suggestions on how to minimize that that would be great as I have three weeks of racing left each day.”
Ouch! She said the injury (pictured) was from a daily run as part of a 30-day fitness challenge, and reassured fans it wasn’t a scar from a breast augmentation operation.
She also shared a photo of her bleeding toe after running 10km in 58 minutes.
Last year, Phoebe revealed the many disadvantages of having “big breasts”.
She listed the unwanted consequences of being well endowed – including crude jokes, back pain and being seen as “easy” – during a question-and-answer session on Instagram.
The credit analyst said she couldn’t wear certain tops due to her cup size and even had weird looks at the beach.
“Oh my god, you made your boobs”: she said the injury was from a daily run as part of a 30-day fitness challenge, and reassured fans that he didn’t was not a scar from breast augmentation surgery
She explained that while she loved having “big breasts” when she was younger, she now feels sexually objectified.
“Now that I’m older and wiser, I see that busty women are almost always supersexualized,” Phoebe said.
‘Some men usually think I’m DTF [down to f**k] because I have big breasts.
“I can’t wear certain tops as that would be considered inappropriate, my boyfriend’s friends would constantly joke about my breasts and people just look at them when I’m at the beach.”
She added that she also had “quite a sore back”.
Phoebe concluded by saying that she would love a [breast] reduction if someone wants to shout at me ”.
Phoebe rose to fame in the second season of Love Island Australia in 2019. She entered the villa on day four, but was dumped from the island on the 12th.
Despite her brief stint, she made headlines by teaming up with co-star Cassie Lansdell, becoming Love Island’s first gay couple.
Issues: Last year, Phoebe revealed the downsides of having ‘big boobs’ in an Instagram Q&A. They listed the unwanted consequences of being well endowed – including rude jokes, back pain, and being seen by men as “easy.”