While many around the world – both known and unknown – are committed to physical positivity, some people still look at beauty from the prism of the problematic standards set by society. It is true that men and women are exposed to the shame of the body, but women are especially the target, even more so if they are celebrities.
It happened recently with Cuban-American singer-songwriter Camilo Cabello. The three-time Grammy nominee, 24, went to great lengths to impress fans with her curves and accept her true self, just as she does.
According to a People reports that Cabello took to the TikTok video-sharing app earlier this week to embarrass fraudsters who think it’s okay to let a man down by feeling bad about their body. The singer went for a run and then declared that she “loves [her] body ”.
“I was just running in the park and taking care of my business, I was trying to be in shape to be healthy,” Cabello was quoted as saying in the clip. People report. “And I’m wearing an upper that shows a belly, and I didn’t tuck it in.”
She then ostensibly showed her exposed stomach, saying, “Because I ran and existed like a normal person who doesn’t get stuck all the time; and I was like “Damn.” Then I remembered that the war with my body was like that last season. “
“I’m grateful for this body that allows me to do what I have to do,” she concluded, adding, “We are real women with curves, cellulite, stretch marks and fat. And we need to own that, honey.”
On the report, To miss the singer also educated her boyfriend, singer Shawn Mendes, about a positive body image. The 22-year-old was quoted as telling British GQ a few months ago, “[She is] so strong, so clear and confident with her [body] and so articulate and empathetic to other people, and it really changed my view of me. “
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