Chloe Bailey Speaks About Self-Love In Emotional Video

Chloe Bailey had driven social media crazy when she posted her post for the “Buss It Challenge,” but while many loved it, the sexy video earned many critics. On Sunday night, Chloe decided to approach those who have negative things to say about her.

In a tearful video, Chloe discussed how she struggled with problems of self-love and now embraced who she is. She partially stated

“For every woman out there, don’t change who you are to make society comfortable. And I tell myself that even if I posted the video yesterday, I won’t do that. I posted it because I was sagging and doing Palo Santa and I was like, ‘Let’s have a positive vibe,’ ”Chloe said.

She continued, “I didn’t even really notice you guys were talking about my a ** because I was like, ‘OK, I’m just going in from a second, two seconds …’ and I feel like I’ve shown it My a ** more than I have with it when you watch our performance videos, the last performance we had in December. I was just so excited and on stage and just being myself, so … I don’t know. “

Chloe added, “I just felt the important thing was to bring it up so that somehow you would know who I am. And I find it really difficult to honestly consider myself a sexual being or an attractive being. So when I see all the commotion over my posts and stuff, I’m a little confused. I really don’t get it because I’ve never seen myself like this before. “

Lots of people came up on social media to defend them, saying, “Chloe better than me[}Iwouldhavecalleditamessandbadlybuilt”[}Ichhätteesalselendundschlechtgebautbezeichnet”Jemandandereshatauchgetwittert:”IhrwerdetCHLOEBAILEF**KALLEINVERLASSEN”[}Iwouldabeencallingb****esmiserableandbadbuilt”Someoneelsealsotweeted”Y’ALLAREGOINGTOLEAVECHLOEBAILETHEF**KALONE”

Hopefully she won’t let the haters stop her from expressing herself freely.

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