Bebe Rexha breaks in tears in video as she admits she is 'heaviest she's ever been'
Bebe Rexha was in tears after addressing fans in an honest new clip. The singer admitted that she is currently "the heaviest she's ever been". She has been posting less on social media and has explained to followers that her weight is a major factor for that. The 32-year-old artist on her TikTok account to post a brief video of how she was feeling over the holidays.
"It's the holidays," Bebe remarked, "and I know we're supposed to be merry and 'yay, it's the holidays!' which I am, ish, I think I am the heaviest I've ever been. I weighed myself just now and I don't feel comfortable sharing the weight because I feel embarrassed." She then started crying and informed supporters that she felt "disgusting in her own body."
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The pop star concluded the honest post by adding, "I haven't been posting as much because I don't feel good in my skin and when I don't feel good, I don't want to post. That is honestly the reason why I haven't been posting as much as I used to in the last year. I think all the body positivity that stems from me is a place of hurt and confusion of, I don't know, how to help myself anymore or how to love myself. I guess this will be the end of the video. I don't know what I'm saying anymore. Sorry." The star has always been upfront about her body image concerns as well as her commitment to self-acceptance. On her TikTok account in July, the stunning singer posted a video of herself in lingerie encouraging her admirers to like themselves.
"How much do you think I weigh?" the singer questioned fans while dancing to Nicki Minaj's 'Good Form' in a sexy navy blue lingerie ensemble. She continues, "No one's business. Cause I'm a bad b***h no matter what my weight." A caption reads at the end of the video: "But let's normalize 165 pounds, feeling like a nasty b***h today."
Last year, she posted a photo to her Instagram and said, “As much as I tried to be that skinny pop-star, like the ones I grew up watching or see now, I can’t seem to do it in a way that feels natural or healthy. I like to eat. I workout. I drink water. I do my best. I follow the rhythm of my body. Even though it gets hard sometimes I show my body love. #EveryBodyIsBeautiful”.