- Lexi is expecting her first child and she cannot wait for the day to arrive
- Cyberbullies tried to dull her sparkle, but instead Lexi took to social media to express her sadness for them
- The momma-to-be cannot wait to meet her tiny blessing and not one hater could change that
Beloved former Big Brother star, Lexi Van, blasted cyberbullies when they tried to body-shame her. The woman is pregnant, people, everybody knows not to mess with a pregnant woman!
Just last month, Lexi and her man, Mandla Hlatshwayo, made the big announcement. Lexi is pregnant with her first baby and she is beyond excited.
Briefly.co.za found out that Lexi recently lost her ‘ish' when haters decided to attack her pregnant body on social media. Lexi was sceptical of making her pregnancy public, and now we understand why.
Nasty cyberbullies decided to attack Lexi on social media. They called her ‘ugly’ on one of her Instagram posts. Yoh, do these people have nothing better to do than to attack a pregnant woman on social media? Totally unnecessary.
Taking to social media, Lexi expressed her feeling on what had happened and told her story.
Lexi highlighted the fact that it is not okay to shame others, especially women who think it's okay to break women down and throw insults.
She went on to remind those who have been cyberbullied, or bullied in any way, that it is a reflection of the bully, not of you.
Being in the public eye is not easy. Lexi expressed that she has had to deal with a lot over the years and that, despite her thick skin, she is only ‘human and it hurts’.
Lexi told TshisaLIVE that she feels beyond blessed to have had the wonderful pregnancy that she has. Other than the haters, she has had “zero” complications.
No matter how hard these haters try to dull her sparkle, absolutely nothing can hinder the excitement that Lexi is feeling about the arrival of her tiny blessing. Her and bae are so ready.
The exact due date has not been revealed, but Lexi is apparently packed and ready, which means that baby should be here soon!
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