- DJ Nicole Hyala slammed a netizen who criticized her for proudly showcasing her pregnant body
- Despite the harshness of the basher's words, he said he meant no offense
- Nicole told her critic that she hopes his own mother will never be body-shamed
Emmylou Gaite-Tinana most popularity known as DJ Nicole Hyala slammed a netizen who criticized her body in a series of pictures taken during her maternity shoot.
She used one of these pictures to call out a netizen using the handle @patrickliamezzeden. Along with her picture is a screenshot of the comment of the body-shaming netizen.
He wrote, “Hello, it’s not wrong to post our photos on social media, but you’re not pretty and your belly button is ugly.”
Although his words were harsh, he said he meant no offense.
“I mean no offense to you but we are living in a social media world where people can be nasty to other people and for sure, you are also nasty," he added.
“Secondly, you’ve got the nerve to show the world how ugly you are, I mean come on, let’s just face it you’re just ordinary-looking.
“Third, don’t dare to call yourself a queen because you don’t even have the beauty. My gosh there are no ugly queens and most of all, queens have clean belly buttons. You’re crazy.”
He even ended with the hashtag #ligwakpusodqueen which literally translates to “queen of the protruding belly button.”
The photo where the netizen commented was uploaded earlier. In the caption of the said photo, Nicole wrote, “A Queen can always turn pain into power. But remember this — never mess with a Queen who has a King who will protect her at all costs.”
In answer to that comment, Nicole wrote, “I know that there are many more who love me, compared to those who attack me. I am sure of that. Very sure. Face-shaming is horrible in itself, but I think body-shaming a pregnant woman is too much.
She also pointed out that being a DJ makes her an easy target for her critics.
“The nature of my job makes me an easy target for criticism. I understand that. But I do not deserve it. Especially not for the changes that occured (sic) as I grow a human being inside my body.
“Shame me in all aspects. But don’t shame my pregnancy because you’re too much.”
“I hope that your mother will NEVER have to go through body-shaming. I pray that you will be careful with your words next time.
“Because words can kill or heal. Ending with this quote from Dr. Steve Maraboli – ‘When you judge a woman by her appearance, it doesn’t define her. It defines you.'”
This prompted Nicole's followers to bash the netizen.
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