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“Do not send me to my early grave” Eniola Badmus battles depression from body shaming

admin | December 9, 2020

Nollywood actress Eniola Badmus, has cried out on social media on how constant body shaming on the platform is affecting her mental health.

She pleaded with trolls not to send her to her early grave.

Body shaming is the action or practice of humiliating someone by making mocking or critical comments about their body shape or size, and most plus size people are targeted by trolls on social media.

Recently Eniola Badmus clashed with a curious fan over a photo (now deleted) shared on her social media handle.

She has now taken to social media to cry out over the constant abuse, as she declared that the pressure is unbearable. She wrote in a series of post;

“Na chubby I Chubby, I no steal your meat…..The bully about being plus size is huge…y’all are the reason why a lot of people go into depression and so quick to put up RIP on their pictures…laughing at me becaue I be Coconut head, I do my things my own way…y’all need to see the amount of body shaming I receive everyday of my life…

The pressure is unbearable, friends, family, society as w hole, you all need to chill….allow me to live and let me run my race….The same body you hate is the same body that puts food on my table and brings joy and laughter to you when watching it on TV…Members of the public, do not send me to my early grave”

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