Pop artist Bebe Rexha took to Instagram this previous end of the week with a mission: To demonstrate the world “what a genuine lady resembles on Instagram without photoshop.”
Rexha posted a two-piece pic taken in San Juan, Puerto Rico, that flaunted her body, however it is what wasn’t in the post that made a difference more to her: retouching.
“I likely ought to of photoshopped my stomach and made it look level. I most likely ought to of photoshopped my legs to make them look more slender. I presumably ought to of made myself look taller and Smoothed my legs. In any case, I didn’t. Society can truly fuck with you. Here is what a genuine lady resembles on Instagram without photoshop.”
The photograph is only the most recent way Rexha has stood up about body inspiration, a theme precious to her. In February, Rexha blamed many top style planners for declining to dress her for the Grammy Grants since she is a size 8.
“They said I was too huge or fat,” she said. “I adore my body… also, I simply need different young ladies to adore their bodies.”
At the honors, Rexha offered this message to the creators who’d rejected her, quipping, “You wish you had dressed my fat ass!”
Rexha posted another body-focused photograph throughout the end of the week, yet this one was centered around regenerative rights.