Meet Naomie Chaput, a Montréal-based influencer and plus-sized model. On her Instagram, which has over 200,000 followers, she describes herself as "350 lbs going on 400" and frequently shows off her curves in skimpy outfits. However, according to Chaput, not everyone is a fan of her size. 

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In a video posted to her Instagram story, Chaput recounts a negative experience she had while visiting Miami. During her trip, Chaput planned to meet with a promoter at South Beach's Story nightclub. However, when she arrived at the club, the promoter told her publicist, "Don't even bother coming. Future asked for no fatties." Chaput was obviously upset by the ordeal, sharing "This is just a regular club. I’m just trying to understand really why this is a thing. Why is he allowed to put those rules in place? The discrimination is insane to me."


Future himself was quick to respond to the allegations, writing "STOP CAPPIN ON MY NAME..I love all women," on his Twitter account. Later on, Chaput reached out to the rapper over Instagram direct message and expressed her concerns with his opinion on plus-sized women. 

"Future, I'm the woman who was discriminated against with a friend. Can you then say (if it's true) for everyone that you do not support Story Miami Clue and their fat phobic ways for literally telling me and my friend NOT to come, on your behalf and LYING to us, that it was per your request that 'no fatties' were allowed? Also, my publicist tried contacting your publicist without a response," Chaput wrote over Instagram.

Future was quick to call out the model for lying, replying "U lied on my name. U should've said Story told u that s**t. U said my name." However, both Chaput and her management have insisted that Future come out publically that he accepts plus-sized women and they play to pursue legal action against the club.

What do you think about this story? Whose side are you on, the model or the rapper? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.