I will not stop showing my stomach
The 'Mfalme wa Mapenzi' singer has responded to body critics who had a problem with her tummy.
Something which Pierra addressed on her show ‘Let’s Talk’ on Ebru TV.
“Let me address something ati ‘Pierra showcases her baby fat.’ My baby fat is my baby fat! I gave birth, I didn’t know what you did, I don’t know if you got pregnant and flushed, but what I did, I gave birth! And I am very proud of every woman in this world who gives birth and is happy about their body! She later took to social media to add “The last thing a person should tell a Mother is how bad she looks. Putting her down is unfair and uncouth. This should stop. I speak as a mom! And kudos to all women and mothers looking gorgeous and bringing up beautiful children!!!! ”
Now an unlikely magazine has been thrust into the bad side of the limelight because of body-shaming, Buzz Magazine. The Sunday pullout from the Daily Nation is the latest perpetrator of body shaming. This was after they shared a photo of Sanaipei performing and pettily captioned it “Sanaipei Tande and her tummy on stage.”
However instead of clapping back in anger, Sanaipei was very chill about it and made it clear that everyone has a stomach and she will not stop showing hers simply because some people are bothered with it.
Look at some of her Tweets:
In fact she has no beef with the writer :
Sana also believes that showing a stomach is not really a big deal:
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