A UK reality TV star has been left fuming after TikTok banned a video of her dancing in a pair of hotpants.

Love Island UK 2019 winner Amber Gill was left baffled after her clip was removed for “violating community guidelines”.

Amber shared a clip shaking her booty wearing a pair of tiny black shorts with a matching crop top, The Sun reports.

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But the 23-year-old was shocked to discover that her cheeky video had breached TikTok rules.

“I’m sick to death of TikTok banning my videos,” she wrote.

“Saying I’m violating community guidelines. This is my TikTok.”

She took to her Instagram story to prove a point, by sharing a clip of her video, followed by another TikTok user who had exposed significantly more of their bottom.

She then posted: “But this type of sh*t is cool. Just wait for it.

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“I get it if you have a problem with (peach emojis) but like you can’t not accept mine and accept this.”

The reality star bounced back from the incident, sharing a clip of her singing along to her favourite song this morning.

She wrote: “Na TikTok cannot tell me not to post (peach emoji) when I’m just in shorts but this is one of most popular songs.

“Ima still vibe to song. BUT STILL. F**k the patriarchy.”

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Amber, who shot to fame when she won Love Island in 2019, recently told fans that she had gone from a size eight to a size 12 in seven months but thanks to a new fitness regimen had lost 6kg.

“I’m naturally curvy, with a big bum and boobs, and while the number on the scales has never overly bothered me, I began to feel a bit uncomfortable carrying extra weight,” she said.

“I wanted to be the best version of myself both physically and mentally. That was the biggest motivator and why I decided to get in shape.”

She has overhauled her health and fitness regimen this year after gaining weight in the UK’s lengthy lockdown.

“Being constantly on the go compensated for the fact that I wasn’t getting to the gym. Then lockdown came, and I was spending all my time alone.

“The only enjoyment came from planning what I was going to eat. If I wasn’t in the gym I couldn’t motivate myself and eating healthily went out of the window.

“I stopped getting enjoyment out of taking selfies or sharing photos on Instagram. I ordered takeaways because I didn’t like cooking, and was snacking because there was nothing else to do.”

This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission

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