Boity reacts to being called Fat

Boity reacts to being called Fat

Designer Quiteria found himself in some major trouble following the claims made by Lesego Tlhabi, affectionately referred to as Coconut Kelz. The comedian and presenter accuses the designers of fat-shaming her when she wanted to undertake out their dresses. Body shaming once more gains the spotlight and as always voluptuous women are those getting criticized. Lesego narrates her story with devastation because the designer embarrassed her ahead of his clients during a dress fitting claiming that he called her “fatty boom boom.” “So today I visited a famous designer who was told my sizes way beforehand because it’s for TV. Does he not then declare fortissimo within the store after a failed try-on that he has nothing on behalf of me then uses words like “fatty boom boom” to explain how I’d look within the designs. “Actually nah.

It’s Quiteria and George. What happens from there’s above me. it had been shit shit shit. If I lose this chance, I lose it. i will be able to never ever wear something from there. And it had been “Q” himself,” she said. Defending himself, Quiteria said he never called her fat so he won’t apologize for using such words. He even fat-shamed other celebrities including Terry Pheto, rapper Boity Thulo and Dineo Langa. Boity’s reaction to the entire drama is one that was expected. She posted a GIF questioning why was she mentioned? “now why am I in it?” Many celebrities have voiced out their anger towards the designers, including model Thickleeyonce who has been a victim of body shaming countless times. “This whole Quiteria thing is so frustrating. Fatphobia still reigns supreme in our local apparel industry. I hope Lesego is okay and I’m glad she shared her experience cos it really be like that” she wrote. Thickleeyonce had to recently repel trolls who attacked her for eager to eat food. It all started when Thicklee tweeted about expecting the pizza place to open. Then a lady came at her sideways, “Baby girl, how about gym? I mean come on. Too early for junk. We are thick and every one also but should a minimum of attempt to promote healthy lifestyles. to not get skinny but to be healthier!” She clapped back by saying tweeps should worry about their own health and not hers. “I see skinny people tweeting about eating KFC for breakfast, nobody will say anything about their health, but let me mention craving chocolate at 8 am, then most are a doctor who’s worried about my health. Please. Gtfoh. “You don’t care about fat people’s well-being, you only want to police our bodies and mask your fatphobia as “concern” for our health. Just stop,” she said.

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