All bodies are beach bodies! Selena Gomez There is no desire to hide her figure during the holiday – and she made her stand clear.
only murders in the building The 30-year-old star shared a “Waka” video of himself TIC Toc On Wednesday, August 3, she wore a lilac swimsuit of her own design. The “Lose You To Love Me” singer, who was seen on a yacht at the time, lip-synced an audio clip with a body-positive message.
“Suck it up,” Gomez said in the video, imitating the person in the original recording. “I ain’t sucking s—t,” she said, impersonating the other person. “Real belly f—k is coming back, okay?”
The “It Ain’t Me” artist has long been outspoken about her body image—revealing what empowers her and what she’s also found it difficult to stay in the spotlight for more than her decade .
“So I’m trying to stay slim, but I went to Jack in the Box and I got four tacos, three egg rolls, onion rings, and a spicy chicken sandwich,” said the Disney Channel alum shared with fans Via Tiktok in April. “But honestly, I don’t care about my weight because people bitch about it anyway. ‘You’re too young,’ ‘You’re too big,’ ‘It’s not okay.’ ‘Meh meh meh,’ she continued. “Bitch, I’m perfect the way I am.”
Body shaming was so serious, Gomez explained on the “Giving Back Generation” podcast in 2019, that She took a step back from social media those days.
“Actually, it’s just my truth. I fluctuate. It depends on what’s going on in my life,” the “Wolves” singer said, noting that her weight is related to her health. Varies due to issues, including Lupus, kidney problems and high blood pressure,
“That got me big time,” she recalled on social media body shaming. “I think for me, it really messed me up a little bit.”
In 2015, Gomez revealed that she took the hatred she was receiving about her body and put it in the song on her sophistication album, Revival,
“I was hating my body so much and saying ‘You’re gaining weight’ [commentary] And so I was in Mexico and I just felt it all and I’d lie to you if I said it didn’t hurt my feelings, but I incorporated it into my music, “Same Old Love” artist told extra tv At the time, specifically naming “Survivor,” “Kill Em with Kindness,” and “Rise” as tracks dealing with her feelings about cyberbullying.
“It’s all about trying to listen to me,” she said, calling the record “the best thing I’ve done in my entire career” at the time.