Lili Reinhart Prefer health over high fashion.
“To walk the red carpet and do an interview where you tell us how hungry you are…because you haven’t eaten carbs in the last month…all to fit into your f-king dress?” I wrote on it Instagram story On May 3 “Very wrong. So p-d on 100s of levels.”
She continued, “To openly admit to starving yourself for the Met Gala. When you know so well that millions of young men and women look at you and listen to your every word. Ignorance is disgusting from another world.”
Lily, 25, Hasn’t Called Any Celebrities By Name, But Her Self Described ‘Rante’ Comes A Day After Kim kardashian admitted to Vogue magazine She lost 16 pounds in just three weeks to prepare for the star-studded event.
In a profile, the founder of SKIMS – who walked the red carpet on May 2 at a An old dress he once wore Marlin Monroe—She said that at first she couldn’t match the Hollywood icon’s dress and decided to slim down in order to wear it.
“It was it or nothing,” Kim told the magazine, adding that she “was wearing a sauna suit twice a day, running on the treadmill, completely cutting out all sugar and all carbs, and eating only the cleanest veggies and protein” in order. To lose weight. “I didn’t starve myself, but I was very strict.”
“Please stop supporting these stupid, mischievous celebrities whose whole body is all about their bodies,” she wrote. “I’m not an angry person in general but I swear to God, The toxicity of the industry Sometimes it really hits me.”
This isn’t the first time Lily has used her social media platform Addressing the subject of a self-portrait. Earlier this year, chemical hearts The star reiterated to fans on Twitter that Everyone has a summer body.
“A reminder to myself and everyone – you don’t need a flat stomach or perfectly proportioned to wear a crop top” books On March 22nd. “These ‘summer body’ shouts are toxic. Your body is ready for summer no matter what it looks like. Don’t let it stop you from enjoying anything.”
Layla was also open about it Struggling with own body image. In January, I participated express Instagram story After she was dealing with “obsessive thoughts” about her body and weight, explaining how she had become “too extreme.”
“It’s hard to look at your body with love rather than criticism,” she wrote. “It’s a practice I’m still learning about. I didn’t think being in this industry, so obsessed with women’s bodies and their weight, could make such a mess. With physical acceptance and positivity…but she has. I wish I hadn’t grown up at a time when the media only worshiped one size women.”
“It’s heartbreaking that so many of us understand this feeling. Let’s keep talking about it. Normalize it. Empathize with others. Show empathy and kindness.”
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