Bebe Rexha shares her insecurities about her weight on TikTok

Bebe Rexha doesn’t feel better about herself.

The interpreter of “Me Myself & I” became frank on TikTok this week, telling her more than 7.1 million followers that she took a step back from social media posts because of feeling uncomfortable with her body.

“I think I am the heaviest I have ever been,” said Rexha, who was on the verge of tears, said in the video. “I am weighing myself earlier and I don’t feel comfortable sharing the weight because I feel embarrassed.”

The 32-year-old added that she felt “disgusting” in her own body.

“I don’t feel good about myself and when I don’t feel good I don’t want to post,” she continued. “And that’s really the reason I haven’t posted in the last year. As much as I used to.”

Singer Bebe Rexha says she feels “embarrassed” by her weight in a new TikTok. (Photo by Axelle / Bauer-Griffin / FilmMagic)

Rexha has been a strong advocate for body acceptance. In 2019, she called out fashion designers who reportedly not dress her up for the Grammys because she was “too fat”. She said Cosmopolitan from experience, “You say all the women in the world who are size 8 and up are not beautiful and they can’t wear your dresses … f ** k you, I don’t wanna wear your f fucking dresses.

Earlier this year, she encouraged her followers to adopt all shapes and sizes in post a positive body on TikTok of herself dancing in lingerie.

“How much do you think I weigh? It’s nobody’s business, “she wrote in her video.” Because I’m a bad bitch no matter how heavy I am. But let’s normalize 165 pounds. “

The artist “Break My Heart” also created a collection with the lingerie brand Adore Me, specially designed to include all body types. She said People, “I’m all about body positivity, inclusivity, and I was really excited to partner with a brand that really believes in it and has been pushing it for quite some time. As a woman who wasn’t the cookie-cutter pop star, I hope to inspire women to love their bodies and feel beautiful regardless of their size. “

While the two-time Grammy nominee may have felt insecure about her most recent TikTok, a new Instagram post on her story suggests she’s putting herself forward. She shared the quote, “My New Years resolution is to stop wondering if I’m good enough for other people and start wondering if they’re good enough for me.”

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