I'm a redhead cheerleader with A-cup boobs – I still own the uniform, men say I look 'awesome' | The Sun

SPORTS fans know the best part of any game is the talent and verve exhibited by cheerleaders on the sidelines.

One woman said trolls have done the opposite of cheering her on, but she doesn't let it stop her from rocking a tiny uniform.

Petite redhead Bell Freya (@cheerful.belleee) is made for the top of a cheerleading pyramid.

The tiny, talented lady took to TikTok to model her uniform for fans.

In the video, she also got candid about her body and the expectations others have about her wardrobe.

Covering the camera with her hand, Freya teased her viewers, showing just the slitted hem of her cheer skirt.

In the video's caption, she wrote a critical comment she heard from skeptics.

"A redhead cheerleader with A cups can't wear this to practice," the snarky comment read.

But Freya responded with a smug quip of her own. "Oh, yes I can," she wrote in the video's description.

Dropping her hand from the camera, Freya revealed her full uniform.

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It included a criss-cross halter top that was cropped well above her belly button.

To complete the look, Freya pulled her fiery red hair back into pigtails.

Despite her critics' reported misgivings, the cheerleader faced no pushback at all from her devoted followers.

"Why not?" asked several men, decorating their comments with smirking emojis or winky faces.

A speechless fan didn't write any words but left a string of wide-eyed emojis in the comment section.

One wrote that Freya could wear whatever she wanted.

"You look awesome," he added, praising the way she looked in the uniform.

Another said, "That works," purposefully understating his approval.

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