Yung Dilla said:
Why is everyone getting at her for deciding to lose weight because at one point in her life she was a proud fatty? People change every day maybe she woke up and decided she no longer wanted that or her dr warned her she was heading towards death n*ggas don't know b.
oh please! "everybody" knows who is anybody that being "fat" is not "cute" nor for the most part is "healthy". now, in some cases it's the genetics, understandable. in other cases some are healthy as in thick than as in "fat". i think she wanted "fat" people to love themselves more than anything. that's fine, everyone should love who they are yet not love what you consume nor should you love unhealthy habits. yet you must look at the reality of being "fat" it deals with serious health issues later in life. i mean you see a big/fat person getting on the train and no one wants you to sit next to them. you don't think they feel bad about people doing them that way? look at a how people see a big/fat person walking in the room et cetera. it hurts them deep inside. granted people agree and disagree on anything people do as individuals (i.e smoking, drinking etc) however, we still have to acknowledge the reality side of any habit. also, granted that not everyone will be skinny because of "opposition". still there is a difference in being in shape and being thick
and a difference from being out of shape by being fat
and loving it. yet and still the point is it is dangerous for the most part, i mean just as dangerous to starve yourself to death trying to be skinny for a damn magazine.
all people are saying is it's okay to motivate people to love themselves
yet don't promote something that is detrimental and tell them to love that while at the same time getting your own reality check on that side of it...she should share how it can be detrimental just as well.