Wakenya Hamna Adabu, Bahati's Baby Mama Defends Kanze Dena After Netizens Body Shamed Her
By Thriftwithalice | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 0 views
The confidence of a woman always comes from how she feels and what the believes she is.Many talked negatively about her body which is not at a funny level anymore.Yvette Obura was on an interview at Radio Jambo and she mentions about the trolling going on social media.She could relate with what just happened to Kanze as she was also there once and it was not a beautiful scene.
When she was first revealed to the media on the 'Being Bahati show',her body image became her main problem as she was less 2kgs before she hit 100kgs.Without understanding her journey many made fun of her and every moment she was on camera she felt like she would dissapear.Later on,she lost so much weight in just a year and that was a breakthrough as well as her dream come true.What saddens her the most is that it is fellow women who are taking the lead when talking about negativity.
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