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A woman has taken to TikTok to show express her heartache over being told to ditch her vegan diet and start to eat seafood again. Watch her reaction below:
Lamar, who goes by @lamarchairez on TikTok, has been vegan for two years and was recently experiencing 'allergies' and 'sensitivities' as a result of her plant-based diet.
She was told to switch up what she was eating because of 'medical reasons' and in the end, she chose to eat some salmon.
But her first slice of fish in two years did not go down well.
Lamar posted a video of her frying up the most ethically sustainable fillet of fish she could find and even though it looked pretty good, she was upset that she was eating a dead animal again.
"I'm literally having a breakdown over this piece of fish RN," she said in a caption in her video.
Viewers can see her cry and shake as she tries to eat the piece of the salmon from her chopsticks.
"I'm doing more damage to my body trying to eat foods my body cannot tolerate. It's for the best LOL," she added as an explanation as to why she was chowing down on her fish meal.
Lamar eventually eats the salmon and admits she feels like the 'most pathetic person' on the planet before apologising to the fish for eating it.
She had to disable comments on the video; likely to ensure she wasn't the target of trolls.
But it's managed to rack up more than 17 million views on the site.
The TikTok star has since posted another video of her chomping into another salmon fillet, however, this time seemingly not caring about eating fish.
She captioned the clip: "See now YALL are the ones 'crying over fish'."
The social media influencer also posted a video claiming that she was now actually making money thanks to her original video.
It looks like she's doesn't care about the criticism her original video got and now has turned it into an evolving meme.
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