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Sunday, 16 June 2019
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Karrueche Tran Gets Body Shamed After Plastering Her Cakes On Instagram

Karrueche Tran Gets Body Shamed After Plastering Her Cakes On Instagram
Karrueche’s cakes stirred up quite the controversy over the weekend and now the actress is speaking out. Taken from what appears to be the set of Tran’s series, Claws, Chris Brown’s ex-girfirned posted and then deleted photos of her in a bikini. The fashionista made sure to include an image of her backside, which had some fans drooling, but unfortunately, had others complaining about the beauty’s “12-year-old boy” physique.
 

Many even compared the photos to Rihanna’s viral visuals  from Crop Over 2017. One person wrote, “She looks hungry lol and rihanna look like a snack.”

Another user wrote, “Right, Karruche don’t and will never have the notoriety that Rihanna has” Someone else commented, “Not everyone can look like Beyoncé an Rihanna guy.”

Tran, however, was not having any of that! On Monday morning, the 29-year-old went on a Twitter tirade blasting her haters. “Ya’ll shame natural bodies but praise fake ones. Point is, constant judgement makes it hard for people to love and accept themselves and that’s wrong,” she wrote.

The actress added, “If you don’t like what you see then keep it pushing. If you don’t have anything nice to say, then don’t say it at all. Keep your negative vibes to yourself.”

Tran has always pushed for women to love their natural bodies. Back in 2014, the beauty showed off her stretch marks on Instagram. “About a week ago I posted a pic of a butt with stretch marks on it. The butt wasn’t mine. I was agreeing with the pic in reference to the stretch marks,” she wrote. “The owner seemed to be upset that I posted the pic so I’ve decided to go ahead and post mine. These are my tiger marks.”

 

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