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‘Wetin social media cause’: 2Baba’s daughter, Isabella shares her body dysmorphia struggles

‘Wetin social media cause’: 2Baba’s daughter, Isabella shares her body dysmorphia struggles 1

Daughter of popular celebrity couple 2Baba and Annie Idibia, Isabella sparked reactions as she boldly shared her experience with body dysmorphia.

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The 15-year-old Nollywood actress revealed that she has faced criticism from friends and family members due to her body shape, leading to feelings of frustration and confusion.

Isabella accompanied her candid message with a series of photos, each featuring a tearful expression, symbolizing the emotional toll that body shaming and dysmorphia have taken on her.

She explained that no matter what she does or how much smaller she gets, her brainwaves will not let her feel good about her body.

Netizens in the comment section were kind enough to sympathize with her and encourage her on her journey towards self-acceptance.

Some netizens blamed Isabella’s struggles on the unattainable beauty standards that social media has set and the struggle to keep up appearances.

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Netizens react;

@drenya13: “Hang in there kiddo, keep focusing on the positives, you are strong, you are beautiful, you are loved.”

@makamezie: “Why are you even posting her? She is too young for this please.”

@pristinemary:”See Wetin social media don cause! When I Dey her age I just wan chop without worries.”

@9_11_90s: “She still so small for all these.”

@nikki__ex: “Feeling this way at this young tender age is really crazy…..her parents needs to get her off social media for now.”

@tega_okeremeta: “The struggle is real and I can totally relate..My daughter is a bit big for her age and I have seen how broken she gets when reference is being made about her weight.”

@myhairven: “Come here you are just perfect beautiful girl.”

@ozzzy_oma: “At what age Biko kwanu?? Keep children off the media them say no say na exposure. You are a growing child better go and eat.”

thrift_kiddies.ke: “Let me represent because I can relate on a 100percent.. wasn’t fat but had thin chicken legs, people in secondary school called me agali many times.. I struggled with low self esteem so much till I decided to become very good at maths… Then when people look at me, after teasing me, they say but help me with my math assignment pls”

@sneakerkingotw: “There’s always gon be a reason to be sad. Just as there’s always gon be a reason to be happy. Find your spot beautiful.”

@simdiiz: “You are enough. You are smart, princess. You are beautiful. Your body is gorgeous, so honey, live like it is your last. I know some days will be challenging, but only focus on” You”, sugarplum and watch how the noise disguised as opinions fade into oblivion.”

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