Makeup-free Selena Gomez shares Body Positive TikTok in a skintight swimsuit

Makeup-free Selena Gomez shares Body Positive TikTok in a skintight swimsuit

She’s been open about body positivity in the past.

And now, in a new body-conscious TikTok, Selena Gomez has declared, “Real stomachs come back the hell.”

The 30-year-old singer looked incredible in the video as she lounged in the sun in a patterned swimsuit that showcased her sensational figure.

Positive news: Selena Gomez has declared, “Real stomachs come back for hell” in a new body-conscious TikTok

She wore her brunette locks in a messy bun to show off her huge gold earrings.

The chart-topping star opted for makeup for the short clip, letting her natural beauty shine through.

Selena spoke her mouth to a recording in which she said, “Suck it in. I don’t suck in shit. Real stomachs come back to hell, okay?”

Stunning: The 30-year-old singer looked incredible in the video as she lounged in the sun in a patterned swimsuit that showcased her sensational figure

Stunning: The 30-year-old singer looked incredible in the video as she lounged in the sun in a patterned swimsuit that showcased her sensational figure

The ‘Only Murders in the Building’ star has often been outspoken about body positivity.

Earlier this year she had a fast food feast and made it clear she doesn’t care what body shamers have to say about it.

The superstar took to social media with a powerful message about her looks, declaring: “B***h I’m perfect just the way I am.”

She also said on TikTok that she doesn’t care [her] Weight’ because no matter what she looks like, someone will have something negative to say about it.

Steer clear of haters: The superstar took to social media with a powerful message about her looks, declaring:

Steer clear of haters: The superstar took to social media with a powerful message about her looks, declaring: “B***h I’m perfect just the way I am.”

“So I’m trying to stay skinny, but I went to Jack in the Box and got four tacos, three egg rolls, onion rings and a spicy chicken sandwich,” the actress said in a selfie video.

Adding: “But honestly I don’t care about my weight because people make fun of it anyway. “You’re too small”, “You’re too big”, “That doesn’t fit”. ‘Meh meh meh meh.”

Refusing to let the negativity get to her, the brunette beauty ends the video with, “B***h, I’m perfect just the way I am. moral of the story? Goodbye.’

As with most female celebrities, Selena’s size and shape has been the subject of comment for years.

She said,

She said, “So I’m 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,” the actress said in a selfie video

Frankly: Confident: The brunette beauty refuses to let the negativity get in her way and ends the video with:

Frankly: “But honestly I don’t care about my weight because people joke about it anyway. “You’re too small”, “You’re too big”, “That doesn’t fit”. “Meh meh meh meh”

Last year, Selena told Vogue about her lupus diagnosis, “I fluctuate a lot with my weight.”

“It’s the drug I’ll have to take for the rest of my life — it actually depends on the month to be honest,” she explained. “So for me, I really felt it when people started attacking me about it. And really, that’s just my truth. I sway It depends on what happens in my life.”

In a 2018 social media post, Selena called out the “beauty myth” after unflattering paparazzi coverage.

“I chose to take care of myself because I want to, not to prove anything to anyone,” she wrote at the time.

Selena has since shifted away from comments about her looks and more towards maintaining her sanity.

During an interview with Good Morning America, the actress admitted she hasn’t been online in over four years, although she now uses social media to reach out to anyone struggling with their own struggles.

“I haven’t been on the internet for four and a half years,” Selena revealed. “It completely changed my life. I’m happier, I’m more present. I connect more with people. It makes me feel normal.”

The former Disney star announced that she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2020 and explained that understanding her mental health is the “most important thing in the world” for her.

The singer turned to her mother, Mandy Teefy, 45, to help create the safe online space.

The mother-of-two said she’s been through her own trials and has “ADHD with trauma, a lot of trauma to deal with.”

Explanation: Last year, Vogue's The Only Murders in the Building revealed that due to her lupus diagnosis:

Explanation: Last year, Vogue’s The Only Murders in the Building revealed that due to her lupus diagnosis: “I fluctuate a lot with my weight” (pictured in 2019)

Co-founder Daniella Pierson, 26, said she has OCD and described the new mental health website as a resource “for anyone with feelings who wants to feel understood, loved and cared for”.

The Wondermind website has free content backed by my mental health experts, and the Good for You crooner says she would have used it had it been available.

“On those days I don’t want to get out of bed when I’ve had something like Wondermind, even if it took me a minute to get in, it’s just there. And there’s something very calming about that.”

Mental health comes first: During an interview with Good Morning America, the actress admitted she hasn't been online in over four years

Mental health comes first: During an interview with Good Morning America, the actress admitted she hasn’t been online in over four years