Yumi Nu is “winning” together with her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cowl.

The 25-year-old mannequin hit again at Jordan Peterson’s unfavorable feedback about her look in a TikTok clip that has amassed over 560,000 views.

Lip-syncing to Nicki Minaj’s “Itty Bitty Piggy,” she mouths the lyrics to the tune in entrance of a screenshot of Peterson’s tweet.

“I don’t even know why you girls bother at this point,” she mouthed. “Give up. It’s me. I win. You lose.”

Her video comes after Peterson — a Canadian creator of “12 Rules for Life” recognized to his 5 million YouTube subscribers as a conservative pundit who shares his views on cultural and political points — shamed her Sports Illustrated cowl.

He quote tweeted The Post’s unique story, writing, “Sorry. Not beautiful. And no amount of authoritarian tolerance is going to change that.”

Nu appeared unbothered by Peterson’s feedback._yumi_nu/Tiktok

TikTokers rapidly showered the duvet star in applause.

“You did win cuz Jordan b. Peterson is leaving Twitter (hopefully) after he got blasted on the thread,” somebody wrote, noting that Peterson mentioned he’s quitting the platform.

“Single handedly got Jordan Peterson off Twitter. & looked AMAZING while doing it. Queeeen,” mentioned one other.

Jordan PetersonPeterson mentioned: “Sorry. Not beautiful. And no amount of authoritarian tolerance is going to change that.”Newspix through Getty ImagesYumi NuYumi Nu hit again at Jordan Peterson for his unfavorable feedback about her look.Getty Images for SI Swimsuit

Despite catching some warmth from Twitter customers, Peterson hit again at their critiques of his assertion, saying, “It’s a conscious progressive attempt to manipulate & retool the notion of beauty, reliant on the idiot philosophy that such preferences are learned & properly changed by those who know better.”

While some folks threw shade at Petersons’ personal look, others argued that Nu does match magnificence requirements.

“Dude, she’s hot,” replied one other Twitter consumer.

Yumi Nu Sports IllustratedNu’s Sports Illustrated cowl was a shock to her and she or he’s on “cloud nine.”James Macari/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED

In an earlier interview with The Post, Nu mentioned it’s “amazing” to be featured on journal covers.

“I’m on cloud nine,” she mentioned. “This is nothing I could prepare for. It’s unexpected. I feel like we’re in a place right now where people are making space for more diversity on magazine covers. It’s a big time for Asian-American people in media. I know I play a big role in representation in body diversity and race diversity, and I love to be a role model and representative of the plus-size Asian community.”

Yumi Nu holding SI magazineNu doesn’t let the hate trouble her and is happy the business is turning into extra inclusive._yumi_nu/Tiktok

While the SI cowl is her newest feat, Nu, who grew up in New Jersey, Maryland and California, has additionally graced Vogue’s September situation as a canopy mannequin. She additionally appeared on the entrance of Vogue Japan, snagging the groundbreaking title of first Asian curve cover-model for the magazine.