- South African plus-size model Boitumelo Rametsi represented South Africa as she modeled in Rihanna's latest underwear line
- The model leads a body positivity movement on her own Instagram account as she shares pictures of herself highlighting her vitiligo
- Rihanna's latest Savage Fenty line has been praised in the media lately as she is showing representation for plus-sized people
South African plus-size model Boitumelo Rametsi joined forces with Rihanna's Savage Fenty line. She is the brand's official South African partner. Rametsi shared the good news of her collaboration with the brand on her Instagram account.
She posted pictures of herself rocking Savage Fenty underwear, where she unapologetically shows off the stretch marks on her belly. This aligns with Rihanna's brand as she has been using plus-sized people to model her line as she supports the body positivity movement.
Boitumelo captioned one of her images: "Sorry, not sorry."
Boitumelo radiates confidence and has her own body positivity movement going on. She has also has vitiligo and shares pictures of herself on social media celebrating how she looks. She spreads positivity through snaps of herself and being proud of how she appears.
She is waving South Africa's flag high as she represented the country with her latest modeling gig with Savage Fenty.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Rihanna is giving plus-sized people recognition in her latest Savage x Fenty line. Rihanna has received plenty of love for giving plus-sized people the spotlight in her latest fashion line. During her Savage x Fenty Vol.2 show, her line showcased that it also caters to plus-sized people - unlike many high fashion underwear lines. The fashion show showcased many different looks in bodies that come in many different shapes and sizes. The models comprised of both men and women donning Rihanna's latest underwear designs.
There is not much representation for plus-sized people when it comes to fashion but Rihanna challenged that. On the Fenty e-commerce site, a man features modelling boxers in size XXL. Social media users from around the world weighed in after the show, praising Rihanna for finally giving everyone plus-sized fair representation.
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