Selena Gomez Says ‘Real Stomachs’ Are Coming Back in TikTok

Selena Gomez Says 'Real Stomachs' Are Coming Back in TikTok

  • Selena Gomez has said the “real stomachs” are returning in a new TikTok clip.
  • The actress posted a video of herself in a bathing suit while on vacation on Wednesday.
  • Gomez has previously said she doesn’t care about her weight because “people bitch about it anyway.”

Selena Gomez is back with another TikTok celebrating body positivity.

On Wednesday, Gomez posted a video while on vacation. The clip shows the actor on a boat soaking up some rays in a blue one-piece swimsuit as she lip-syncs to a quote from YouTube star Tasha K.

“I don’t suck shit. Real stomachs come back, fuck, OK,” Gomez said, patting her stomach.

It is not the first time Gomez has been candid about body image.

In April, the ‘Only Murders in the Building’ star took to his TikTok Stories to talk about a trip to jack in the box.

“So I try to stay lean, but I went to Jack in the Box and had four tacos, three spring rolls, onion rings and a spicy chicken sandwich,” Gomez said in the clip, which was captured by the Instagram account @selenagomezecu2.0.

“But honestly, I don’t care about my weight because people don’t care anyway,” she added.

Gomez said she’s heard people say “you’re too tall” or that her clothes don’t fit.

“Meh, meh, meh, meh,” she continued. “Bitch, I’m perfect the way I am. Moral of the story? Goodbye.”

Selena Gomez at the 2022 SAG Awards.

Gomez has been outspoken about body image for years.

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Gomez has been outspoken about her weight for years. In a 2019 interview, the actress said she started struggling with “body image stuff” shortly after being diagnosed with lupus and having to undergo an emergency kidney transplant in 2017. She began taking medication for the chronic autoimmune disease, which caused her weight to fluctuate.

“I really noticed when people started attacking me for it,” Gomez said during the interview with her friend Raquelle Stevens on the “Generation Give Back” video podcast.

Gomez said the criticisms about her weight “really got to me” and “really messed me up a bit,” but she finally realized “it’s just my truth.”

“I fluctuate,” she added. “It depends on what’s going on in my life.”

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