This is actually pretty sad. Especially when their health is in jeopardy AND kids are involved. Why would you ever risk something like this when you have kids??
We wrote an article recently about Susanne Eman and her bid to become the fattest woman alive because, well, "Why not?"
Well it looks like she has some stiff competition in Donna Simpson, who doesn't care too much for Eman and her goals.
Warning, what these women say about gaining this weight is nothing short of flabbergasting and borderline insane:
"She's Lady Goo Goo to my Lady Gaga. If she was a serious gainer, the community would know about her."
Simpson is referring to the "feeder" community — a subculture of men who love large women.
"She says she's surpassed me as the world's fattest mom, but she doesn't understand that Guinness gave me the record because I was 532 pounds when I gave birth. She wasn't that large when she gave birth to her kids."
Simpson said she suspects that Eman is in cahoots with her ex-manager and is trying to get publicity in order to compete for her fan base. Even worse: She accuses Eman of trying to take away her "World's Fattest Mom" title.
Why would anyone in their right mind be proud of that title, let alone seek to steal it from someone else??
We can't even handle the idea of this.
And it's pretty horrible that there is now a feud based around the concept.
Kids are involved, and both of these women should be ashamed for putting their lives in jeopardy when their kids could potentially grow up without their parent. Even if there weren't kids involved, it still isn't a healthy decision, but it would be theirs to make as long as nobody outside of them got hurt!
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