Many fans have applauded Graham for maintaining a healthy lifestyle...
... but others claim they're worried Graham stepped up her workouts for the wrong reasons.
Critical fans believe Graham has been "changed by the fame" and is now trying to lose the curves that made her famous.
They think her changing figure is supposedly "hurting" the body positive movement.
Unfortunately, this isn't the first time Graham has been accused of "abandoning" plus-size women.
Last July, Graham received a slew of hateful messages after posting the photo above.
Her followers blasted her alleged weight loss, insisting that Graham could no longer represent the plus-size community.
But Graham had the perfect response for her body-shamers.
"People come on my page and body shame me because I'm too big, because I'm too small, because I'm not good enough for their standards," Graham wrote on Instagram.
"But at the end of the day, I'm good enough for me."
"Angles will make anyone look bigger or smaller and I just happen to know mine," she added.
Most of her followers agree — Graham isn't trying to change herself to fit any ridiculous standards; she's simply proving fitness has no size requirement.
"Love the example you set!" one follower commented on Instagram. "Fitness has no size requirement."
"Fitness doesn't mean you're trying to lose weight."
"Believe it or not, some women enjoy their curves just the way they are!"
Graham's workout routine doesn't change her mission for body acceptance.
If a plus-size woman doesn't work out, she's called "fat and lazy." If a plus-size woman hits the gym, she's suddenly a "sell-out" who hates her body.
This type of mentality puts women in a lose-lose situation — and it's this type of problematic outlook that Graham is working hard to change.
Keep going, Graham!
The plus-size community needs to remember that acceptance has to be mutual for the body pos movement to work. If Graham wants to work out, she's allowed to work out.