Alabama Barker has chosen to address the issue of body-shaming remarks that emerged from recent paparazzi snapshots. These comments, including the term “catfish,” prompted her to speak up.
The youngest offspring of Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler conveyed her thoughts to her TikTok followers on Sunday, revealing that she has been grappling with an autoimmune ailment and thyroid difficulties, leading to weight gain.
Alabama Barker Opens Up About Her Health Issues and Weight Gain
Alabama pointed out that paparazzi deliberately snap photos at unfavorable moments – mid-sentence or with mouths open – to generate sensationalism. She challenged those critics, saying, “Imagine having candid pictures taken of you while you’re just leaving a grocery store or caught in the middle of a sentence, with your mouth wide open. Let’s see how wonderful you appear then.”
She elucidated her circumstances, stating that both an autoimmune disorder and a thyroid issue have contributed to her weight gain. Alabama requested that people exercise restraint in sharing their opinions and emphasized the value of furthering personal growth.
People Also Search :
- SHOCKING REVELATION: TORI SPELLING’S MYSTERIOUS HOSPITALIZATION – MISSING HER KIDS AND PRAISING THEIR BRAVERY
- Breaking: Angelina Jolie Joins Iconic Outsiders Musical – Broadway Premiere Date Revealed
Acknowledging the natural fluctuation of her weight, Alabama extended support to young girls who might be watching her video and experiencing weight gain themselves. She aimed to counteract any negative perceptions by explaining that while there is a point where health concerns might necessitate change, this doesn’t apply in her case. She encouraged viewers to empathize with her situation.
Alabama’s utilization of TikTok to stand up for herself isn’t new; she previously did so when confronted with backlash over a rap song she released in May. She addressed these criticisms in a now-deleted video, expressing her weariness of being discredited in the genre and recounting her exposure to various music styles, including rap, from a young age due to her father’s musical career.
Recently, Alabama unveiled a new cross tattoo on her finger, dedicated to her late maternal grandparents, who passed away within months of each other. This tattoo is a tribute to her grandfather John and grandmother, Gail. She captioned a photo of the tattoo, “For my grandparents.