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Selena Gomez Says ‘Real Stomachs Are Coming Back’ As She Goes Body Positive In Swimsuit

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Selena Gomez Says ‘Real Stomachs Are Coming Back’ As She Goes Body Positive In Swimsuit

She’s more so on maintaining her mental health.

In recent months to date, Selena Gomez has remained outspoken about body positivity. Yet again, the singer has declared natural stomachs are coming back as she goes body positive in a skintight swimsuit. The 30-Year-Old looked gorgeous in her new TikTok video, which showed off her sexy figure as she lounged in the sun. 

The chart-topper was makeup free for the short clip, allowing her natural beauty to shine through. 

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“Suck it in. I’m not sucking s**t in. Real stomachs are coming the f**k back, OK?” Selena mouthed along to a recording. Accordingly, she had her brunette tresses in a messy bun to show off huge gold earrings. This comes as the singer had made it clear she doesn’t care what body-shaming trolls have to say about her. 

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The superstar alleged she doesn’t care about her weight because no matter what she looks like, someone will have something negative to say about it. 

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In an earlier selfie video, Selena said: “So I be trying to stay skinny, but I went to Jack in the Box and I got four tacos, three egg rolls, onion rings, and a spicy chicken sandwich. But honestly, I don’t care about my weight because people b***h about it anyway. You’re too small; you’re too big, that doesn’t fit, Meh meh meh meh.” 

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The brunette beauty concluded: “B***h, I am perfect the way I am. Moral of the story? Bye,” refusing to let any negativity get to her. 

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Selena has shifted focus away from remarks about her appearance to maintain her mental health. In 2021, she told Vogue that because of her Lupus diagnosis, she fluctuated a lot with her weight. In a separate interview with Good Morning America, the actress admitted she hasn’t been online in over four years but is now using social media to reach out to anyone who is contending with their struggles. 

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In 2020, the Ex- Disney star was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and explained that understanding her mental health is the most important thing to her.    

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