After going viral for writing a love letter to his wife's curves, author Robbie Tripp is receiving major backlash this week. His lengthy Instagram post was at first praised (by Revelist and other publications) for its body-positive message for both men and women. Now it's being touted as anything but.

In addition to clap backs from the media and memes, plus-size model Tess Holliday also had something to say about Tripp's letter.

Her string of commentary and retweets on Twitter began with this.

photo: Twitter/Tess Holliday

She also took to Instagram to post a meme and say, "Stop giving men trophies for doing the bare minimum."

Holliday's comment that she's "not here" for transphobia references a 2015 tweet in which Tripp said, "Born a Bruce, Always a Bruce" about Caitlyn Jenner.

photo: Twitter/Tess Holliday

Tripp's wife, Sarah, also posted a racially insensitive tweet in 2012. She wrote, "My brother walked in my apartment today for dinner and I told him I made chicken and watermelon. He responded 'Are we black now?' #lovehim."

The couple went on "Good Morning America" to stand behind Robbie's statement. Sarah says she agrees with every word of her husband's post.