Another day, another example of women in the spotlight taking the time to shut down haters.
Yesterday (July 12), Snoop Dogg’s daughter, Cori Broadus, used her Instagram story to respond to body shamers, singling out one particular person who called for her to get some plastic surgery before addressing her haters at large.
“Like what y’all b so miserable on here,” Cori writes in the text for an IG story in which she includes a screenshot of someone telling her to get breast reduction surgery and a tummy tuck. “Like I don’t know what I’m suppose to do my shit just big as fuck. Y’all be annoying on here.”
From there, Cori lists off the complaints she’s heard about her physique, highlighting the futility of trying to make everyone happy. “Like I don’t know what I’m suppose to do my shit just big as fuck y’all be annoying on here,” she wrote for an IG story in which she flaunts her curves. “Oh she 2 big oh she 2 skinny oh she this oh she that..embrace what you got and shut the fuck up.”
In her last IG story addressing the body shaming comments, Cori explains why, for her, surgery isn’t an option. “A bitch is scared to get any type of surgery so fuck outta here,” she says.
Unfortunately, body shaming on social media is far from out of the ordinary. At multiple points this year, Coi Leray have had to clap back at haters criticizing her physique. Last month, she used her Twitter account to do so after people said she was too skinny.
“Is there a certain way I’m supposed to look? Help me understand,” Leray tweeted at the time. “In the Bible is it a sin to be thin? Help me understand. “I hope all y’all mothers got beach bodies,” she continued.
See Cori respond to her haters for yourself below.