She knows it’s worth it! Camila Cabello shared an inspiring message about body positivity through Tik Tok on Friday, July 16.
“I was just running in the park minding my own business, trying to get fit, trying to stay healthy. And I’m wearing a T-shirt that shows my belly, ”the 24-year-old singer recalled in the candid video.
Cabello then lowered the camera to reveal a crop top and a pair of leggings. “And I wasn’t putting it on, because I ran and existed as a normal person who doesn’t put it on all the time,” he continued with a sassy look on his face.
“And I was like, ‘Damn it.’ But then I reminded myself that being at war with your body is so late the season. ” Cinderella star continued. “I am grateful for this body that allows me to do what I have to do. We are real women with curves and cellulite and stretch marks and fat. And we have to own it, baby. “
Cabello, in good spirits, concluded the video by singing some of the powerful lyrics from En Vogue’s “Give Him Something He Can Feel.”
I love my body
The singer previously thanked her fans after they came to her defense when bikini snapshots surfaced online in June.
Cabello wrote, “thank you for the love yesterday and today, I love you all” through her Instagram Stories at the time. While she didn’t directly address the photos, many of her fans chimed in and said she looked great on her beach day. One Twitter user wrote: “I will never stop talking about how sexy Camila Cabello’s body is [sic], “While another tweeted,” I must defend Camila Cabello on the internet from body shame because I am a decent human being. “
“YOU ARE A BEAUTIFUL BEING NORMAL HUMAN WOMAN, LIKE THE REST OF US BEING MEAT!” a third fan intervened on the subject. “This is normal, girls. Follow the example of true beauty and truth. Not superficial ideas that are unrealistic, dangerous and manipulative. “
Earlier, Cabello called out the body shameful in August 2019 after reading offensive headlines based on candid images of her body. The Fifth Harmony alum shared her feelings via Instagram Story at the time. “Honestly, the first thing I felt was super insecure just IMAGINING how these photos should look, oh no! My cellulite, ”he wrote. “Oh no! I didn’t suck my stomach! But then I thought … of course there are bad photos, of course there are bad angles, my body is not made of damn rock, or all muscle for that matter, but The saddest part about young girls growing up in an airbrush world is that they seek perfection that is not real. “
The singer of “Señorita” concluded her message: “I am writing this for girls like my little sister who are growing up on social networks. They constantly see retouched and edited images and think that this is reality, and everyone’s eyes get used to seeing airbrushed skin. [and] they suddenly think THAT IS the norm. !!! It is not. It’s false. AND FALSE BECOMES THE NEW REAL. We have a completely unreal vision of a woman’s body. Girls, cellulite is normal, fat is normal. It is beautiful and natural. I’m not going to believe in bulls, today! “