Tess Holliday
Model Tess Holliday is pictured at the FabFitFun and Joey Maalouf's ISH Launch Party at Above SIXTY Beverly Hills on March 3, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.She slammed the new Chloë Grace Moretz movie “Red Shoes & The 7 Dwarfs” after a poster essentially said being "fat" is "ugly." Getty Images

Size 22 model Tess Holliday took to Twitter Tuesday to slam a poster from “Red Shoes & The 7 Dwarfs,” an animated film produced by Locus Creative Studios. Holliday called out the movie’s star, Chloë Grace Moretz, who didn’t immediately answer the beauty’s question.

The poster shows two women. The one on the right is taller, slimmer and has a conventionally pretty face adorned with makeup. The woman on the left is shorter with a fuller figure and is seemingly missing makeup. She is barefoot and holding her shoes in her hands.

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The promo for the film reads: “What if Snow White was no longer beautiful and the 7 Dwarfs not so short?”

Holliday, whose birth name is Ryann Maegen Hoven, wasn’t pleased. The 31-year-old asked the movie’s star for answers. “How did this get approved by an entire marketing team? Why is it okay to tell young kids being fat = ugly?” she tweeted to her nearly 62,000 followers Tuesday. Mortez, who she tagged in the photo, didn’t immediately respond.

The movie, directed by Sung Ho Hong, has a much different description on the Internet Movie Database. For one, it doesn’t mention the size of the protagonist. “Princes who have turned into Dwarfs seek the red shoes of a lady in order to break the curse, although it won't be easy,” the summary says. “A parody with a twist.”

Holliday isn’t afraid to cause a splash on social media. The mother-of-two ruffled feathers over Memorial Day Weekend when she compared herself to a whale on Instagram Saturday, posting a picture of herself in front of a humpback whale mural. “Reunited with my family,” she wrote, adding that whales are “majestic as f---.” The post was a diss at trolls who compared her to marine animals.

Earlier in the week, she posted an “unflattering” behind the scenes photo of herself. The authenticity of the photo is what Holliday fell in love with. The picture also featured a cameo from her husband, Nick Holliday.

@makeupbyjmonroy captured this BTS from my cover shoot yesterday & it's totally unretouched & I'm sitting in a way that isn't ‘flattering’ but that's why I love it. It's real,” she wrote. “My gorgeous, supportive husband (who has held my hand the entire time through this book) is laughing behind me & I'm just hanging out in shapewear takin a __ Wearing makeup doesn't make me less of a feminist, & neither does wearing shapewear. It's all about our choice to wear & do what we want with our bodies. I will keep resisting, with perfect coiffed hair from @hisvintagetouch too.”

Last month, the star called out her Uber driver after he reportedly asked if she was healthy. “Hey @uber I don't pay more to use your ‘black car’ service to be told that there's no way I could possibly be healthy because I'm fat & then questioning it,” Holliday wrote in the viral Instagram post. “No one should have to tolerate this at any level of the services you offer.”

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