More to love! Self-described ‘big boys’ send women wild as they show off their physiques in a Twitter thread dedicated to celebrating black men who weigh 240 pounds or more
- US-based men over 240 pounds have celebrated their physiques on Twitter
- They represent the larger frames and also celebrate black beauty
- People loved the positive thread of the body and shared their love for ‘big boys’
Self-described ‘big boys’ celebrate their bodies in a Twitter thread dedicated to black men who weigh 240 pounds or more.
The men, mainly from the US, took to social media to share their photos after the user @bigboyteddyyy, from Houston, Texas, called for submissions and said, ‘240+ Kings Only Thread !! Let’s give the ladies something to watch. ‘
Body-proud men responded quickly with their best topless snaps, mirror selfies, and candid photos.
The post has since garnered 14,800 likes and garnered comments from admirers saying there is ‘more to love’.
A woman said, “I feel weak.” Another wrote, “Do you want my phone number?”
Here a look at some entries …
Twitter user BigBoyTeddyyy encouraged other larger size men to share photos of their good looks on Twitter after sharing his own photos
User Montay, from Carson, California, also had fun sharing shared photos of his larger frame
Daddy Tay, from Virginia, shared several photos of his facial features and got many people interested
Podcaster Daren couldn’t resist sharing a cheeky bathroom selfie with his tight chest
Dino, from Fox Worth, Texas, said he was 260 pounds (18st 6lbs) ‘dark chocolate’ when he shared his own snaps
King Bumi, from Florida, also joined in on the fun, sharing this inviting photo of himself claiming he was 270 pounds (19st 29 lbs)
A man named Jerome shared this wide selfie in the main thread, sending several hearts running wild
Strip fan of Cel from New York City shared this candid photo of himself in an Adidas look
Phil Martin, from Washington, DC, proudly shared his photos and said he tipped the scale at 25 kg.
Illustrator Ron said he weighed 245 lbs (17st 5lb) and ‘wore it right’ while sharing his photo in the thread
A man who called himself “Lieutenant Thiccness” shared this beautiful head of himself in the thread