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Ex BBNaija Housemates Tacha And Jackye Recount How They Were Body Shamed

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Top female celebrities are presently using social media to speak against body shaming. In a video produced by BBC pidgin, Toke Makinwa, ex BBNaija housemates Tacha and Jackye, Lydia Forson and Temi Otedola explained why body shaming should be shunned.


Take a look at what these women, including ex BBNajia housemates Jackye and Tacha, said against body shaming.


Tacha defined body shaming as when people make humiliating statements about your weight or body. She also revealed that people made comments about her stretch marks. Then she called it wrong, stating that body shaming can cause depression which can result in suicidal thoughts.


The Port Harcourt-born celebrity said being a strong woman is what has helped her stay strong.


Tacha and Jackye on Body shaming
Tacha. Photocredit: Instagram / @Symply_tacha


Jackye Madu, on her part, stated that she was happy with her body before entering BBNaija. But on leaving the show, she was mocked for having flat bo*bs.


Tacha and Jackye on Body shaming
Jackye Madu. Photo: Instagram / @jackyemadu


Jackye further advised that people should keep their opinion to themselves as everyone is beautiful in their own way.


Temi Otedola (JTO Fashion) stated that people have called her “fat” severally on social media. She explained that body shaming is on the increase because a lot of people see social media as a platform to say whatever they want.


Temi Otedola. Photo: Instagram / @jtofashion


Toke Makinwa explained that people should be allowed to look as they want as long as they are healthy.

Toke Makinwa. Photo: Instagram / @tokemakinwa


Popular Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson revealed that everyone has a taste, whether tall, short, fat or slim. She then advised people to be confident in their own skin and see themselves as beautiful.


Lydia Forson: Photo credit/ @lydiaforson


Yesterday, popular musician Mayorkun released his single “Up To Something”. This song speaks strongly against body shaming as it encourages women to love their bodies and see themselves as beautiful.

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