Rebel Wilson took to Instagram last week to slam dog owners who don't keep their dogs on leashes...
The news comes after the star had an incident on a bike.
Safe to say this has divided opinions. Keep scrolling to see what the star had to say.
Now, you've all heard of Rebel Wilson, right?
Rebel Wilson is a forty-one-year-old Australian actress best known for her funny side roles in films.
She first broke out in Australia before moving to Hollywood blockbusters.
Working on and off-stage as a comedian, her performances quickly won over audiences due to their self-deprecating nature.
And this light-heartedness continued into her acting career.
Her first major role was in Bridesmaids...
She played Kristen Wiig's roommate, Brynn, and the reviews for the film were exceptional, with some even branding it a classic chick flick that you "shouldn't pass on."
After that, Rebel had gotten her foot well and truly into Hollywood's door.
Her second major role propelled her to superstardom...
Her most famous role had to be in the Pitch Perfect films. The character brought audiences so much happiness and talk around Rebel's skills as an actor grew.
You all remember "Fat Amy," right?
The boisterous character stole the heart of audiences with her hilarious antics and her powerful singing.
One thing people really loved her for is for how carefree she always is.
However, over time, the actress has decided to take control of her appearance.
Over the years, Rebel has started taking care of her body more.
There was nothing wrong with her at all, but the actress decided she wanted to be healthier and so changed up her routine to achieve her desired body type.
Talking to Cosmopolitan, she revealed she had many difficulties with the inner workings of her body.
"Being unique and different was a really good thing. I walked into my agent's office for the first time, they looked at me and said, 'Wow, we have nobody on our books like you'. And they signed me on my second day here… I wouldn't ever want to compete with what I call 'the glamours' – the really gorgeous people. I'm about the brain, the heart, and what's on the inside. I feel really lucky to be the body type I am."
But she also mentioned this...
"Food is a comfort..."
"I love me some ice cream or dessert, and it comes at times when I’m happy or sad. So when I have an incredibly stressful day, I want to celebrate and reward myself with food. If I’ve had a sad or stressful day, food is also comfort. You would probably describe it as emotional or stress-eating…eating is my one vice. I wouldn’t ever want to totally give it up."
Rebel decided enough was enough...
And she went and lost thirty-five pounds in just a few months with the help of her celebrity friends.
This sent her fans crazy, questioning just how she managed to do it. Though she claimed she started the journey in 2016, the drastic changes seem to have happened in the last year.
It seems that Rebel is super serious about this new lifestyle...
And she has regularly been keeping her fans updated on her progress, especially during the pandemic. On this Insta post, she said:
"Even if you have to crawl towards your goals, keep going, it will be worth it. Try and give a little bit of effort each day... I know some days are frustrating as hell, you feel like giving up, you get annoyed at the lack of progress... but good things are coming your way."
"I’m trying to get to 75kg’s and career-wise am trying to get one of my movies into production before the end of the year! Both of these things are requiring a daily effort and there are constant setbacks - but I’m working hard."
She has also been taking her fitness very seriously...
Taking to social media to share snaps of her daily exercise.
But it seems that recently, her daily exercise didn't quite go to plan...
After an unfortunate biking incident caused by a dog not on a leash occurred while cycling around London, England.
Wilson took to Instagram to share a picture of her bruised leg...
Calling out the cause, she also slammed dog walkers who don't keep their pets on a leash.
And it's started a conversation online...
Same issue last summer in Windsor Great Park, my 11year old son ended up in a cast for 6 weeks with a fractured wrist.— roblodgephotography (@roblodgephotog1) March 22, 2021
I'd say the same about owners who let their dogs chase livestock.— Howard Davies (@Joursans) March 22, 2021
Keep dogs on leads except for exercise in Parks.. Quite simple really.— Sarah tabbylicious and Nella tabbylicious. (@wurzel260654) March 23, 2021
Separately stop cyclists from riding on the pavement, going thru red lights and down 1 way streets the wrong way.
Also make helmets compulsory.
My best wishes.
Or even on a shared path! Had to brake hard this morning to avoid hitting a dog off the lead and came off as couldn't unclip in time. Did the owner ask if I was ok and did she thank me for not hitting her dog and possibly seriously injuring it? Did she fk!— Graham Adams (@GrahamAdams87) March 22, 2021
Dogs are hazards and they’re hazards you can’t expect to keep out of your way so you have to slow down and get ready to stop. The only place dogs need to be on leads are roads. If you’re cycling on footpaths you have to give way.— Mik Lote (@Mc_Lote) March 24, 2021
Sharing a photo of her left leg and ankle covered in ice, she wrote: "f*** people who don't have their dogs on the lead and let them run onto the road!"
Sharing a video of the cycle, she also added: "But 20 minutes earlier before the accident I was cycling great!!"
Do you agree?
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