“What if we try not to comment on people’s bodies good or bad if they don’t ask? If someone posts thirty shots and asks, ‘Do I look sexy,’ hey – do it. But it’s strange to comment on someone’s body when they simply post a picture of themselves.” Found “.
Original poster, Chelsea VarganResponded to doll Najma, writes, “Hey, Irene. In this tweet that you are quoting from, I say that it is cruel and unfair for people to mock him and ashamed of him to adapt his body to the aesthetic that his career (and most likely, fame in general) demanded of him.” She also noted, “I don’t see how I got here than I said,” which led to more responses from Cummings.
This is not the first time that Kemal Kameel has been the subject of a conversation. The actor himself opened it up Feeling dysfunctional in the body from its drastic change And a change of lifestyle.
“I don’t want to exclude people who are already suffering from debilitating physical problems,” he said. Men’s health In March 2020. “I don’t have that. But I’m really starting to get some physical deformity. I was looking in the mirror and seeing my abdominal muscles – and when I looked again, it would fade.
He later revealed “when I saw this reaction [to the photos] When I was like, “Well, I clearly don’t see what’s really there.” He admits, “It’s something I’m trying to be aware of and be better at, because that’s not a good way. You want to be nice to yourself.”