Bebe Rexha speaks candidly about body image issues during the holiday season in emotional TikTok clip
Singer Bebe Rexha took to TikTok on Monday to give her followers an “honest update” on the body image issues she faces in her life.
The 32-year-old singer-songwriter started the clip by saying, “So, it’s the holidays, and I know we’re all supposed to be happy and like, ‘Yeah, it’s the holidays! “, what I am – ish. ‘
The Brooklyn native then opened up about her body image issues as she said she was “the heaviest. [she’s] never been.
Latest: Singer Bebe Rexha, 32, took to TikTok on Monday to give her followers an “honest update” on the body image issues she faces in her life
“I just weighed myself and I don’t feel comfortable sharing the weight because I feel embarrassed,” she said. ‘Not just about that. I just wanna be disgusting, you know, in my own body.
The artist, whose full name is Bleta Rexha, explained why she posted much less on social media during 2021.
“I don’t post as much because I don’t feel good about myself and when I don’t feel good I don’t want to post,” the Baby performer said, I’m jealous.
She continued, “And that’s really the reason I didn’t post as much last year, as much as before.”
The artist, whose full name is Bleta Rexha, said body image issues were the reason she posted a lot less on social media during 2021.
She told her fans, “I don’t post as much because I don’t feel good about myself and when I don’t feel good I don’t want to post”
Back to You beauty fought back tears as she explained that her body’s positivity came from “confusion” and “place of injury”
The Back to You beauty fought back tears as she explained that the positivity in her body came from a “confusion” and a “place of hurt”, noting that she didn’t know how to help or love herself during the difficult period.
Rexha has already been forthright about her take on body image and the positive presence she tries to convey with her work.
Rexha spoke to ET last July about the positive advice she had for her fans.
Rexha has previously been candid about her take on body image and the positive presence she tries to convey with her work.
“Honestly do it yourself,” she said. “Wear that swimsuit. Wear this bikini. Even if you’ve gained those five pounds or lost too much weight, or have stretch marks, wear a bikini. We do not care. We do not care. You’re going to look back 10 years from now and say, ‘Wow, I was so sexy.’ ‘
Rexha said during a November 2019 appearance on the Kelly Clarkson Show that her concerts focused on spreading a message of self-love to fans.
“The shows are always, like, young girls, young guys or, like, girls with their mothers,” she said. “I say, ‘I don’t care what anybody told you, a number doesn’t define you. And I think it’s really important for my fans to know that I’m not trying to be that. I do not care.