“I reminded myself, being at war with your body is the last season.”
Camila Cabello hopes to make embracing her natural body, complete with “curves, cellulite, stretch marks and fat” a trend. It’s “own that, girl!” buzzer.
The singer took to TikTok to share a moment where she did just that, after admitting that she first had to control herself and realize that sometimes it is acceptable to just be.
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Coming to her fans from her car where she had just gone for a run, “minding my own business trying to get in shape,” she made it clear that she had gone through that very familiar feeling of realizing that maybe she had forgotten to prioritize how. he was presenting himself to the world.
“I’m wearing a blouse that shows my belly and I wasn’t tucking it in,” she noted. “Because I was running around and existing as a normal person who doesn’t mess around all the time. And I was like, ‘Damn.’
The former Fifth Harmony member actually had a moment where she regretted forgetting to worry about how she might look while running, even though that should be the lowest priority at the time.
“Then I reminded myself, being at war with your body is the last season,” she continued, even moving to her stomach to prove her point.
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“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 that, honey,” she told her fans.
It is a powerful message that many young women need to hear as they are constantly bombarded with unrealistic body standards and expectations from social media, advertising, television, movies, just about any space women are used to selling. something.
Look, the presentation of Camila’s message was a bit dramatic, a bit exaggerated, a bit cheesy, we will attribute it to the euphoria of the corridor, but the words still resonate strongly. He wrapped his message with the chorus of Aretha Franklin’s “Something He Can Feel”, because the Queen of Soul definitely gets it!