Jessica Nkosi upset by body shamers, says she doesn't want negativity

Jessica Nkosi upset by body shamers, says she doesn't want negativity

- Jessica Nkosi was body-shamed by internet trolls and took to her Instagram stories to respond to them

- The celeb responded by addressing the negative commenters and told them to take their bad vibes elsewhere

- Jessica wrote a reply on her Instagram stories where she questioned the reasons behind why people feel the need to shame others

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Jessica Nkosi was recently upset by some internet trolls who chose to body-shame her over an Instagram post she made.

The post jokingly referred to how Jessica would have loved to be hanging at the gym with her trainer but that, in a very 2020 fashion, she was instead at home in her bed.

Internet trolls then took the opportunity to comment on how Jessica's body looked in the pictures and tried to shame her for her appearance. Jessica was not here for the hate and negativity and addressed the haters head-on, then blocked them for good measure.

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Jessica Nkosi hurt by body shamers, says she doesn't want negativity

Jessica Nkosi got hurt by internet body shamers and told them to take their negativity elsewhere. Source: @jessicankosi/Instagram
Source: Instagram

Jessica's Instagram story is no longer available but was quoted by ZAlebs.com as saying:

"The vile, mean, horrible things people say though. I'm very happy about the block button. Kodwa nje (But) it really does hurt. Like why would you attack me about my body?"

She continued her response by saying she knows what she looks like and people must mind their own business and worry about themselves:

"I know my body, trust me I look at it every day, and I live in it. Manje wena (Now you) feel a need to point stuff out as if I do not know. SMH. Just live your life. I actually really do not want to hear your negativity here."

It is strange that in 2020 people are still looking to feel better about themselves by tearing down others. Jessica was right in saying people need to deal with their own negativity and take it elsewhere.

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In other Jessica Nkosi news, Briefly.co.za has been reporting on the relationship drama between Jessica and her on-again, off-again beau, TK Dlamini. Jessica Nkosi and TK Dlamini are one baby momma-daddy duo who just keep on making headlines.

It seems that no matter how much drama happens between these two, they always end up together. Fans recently spotted that Jessica and TK were having dinner together when they both posted on their Instagram story. It was seen that they were both at the same place and the same Louis Vuitton wallet was in both of their clips.

Jessica and TK are constantly bouncing back and forth. This is not the first time the two have been caught together after allegedly going through ‘unresolvable’ drama.

It was not too long ago that Briefly.co.za reported that Jessica Nkosi recently found out that her baby daddy Ntokozo TK Dlamini was not being faithful, so she shredded him on social media.

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Ain’t no woman going to stand for this type of behaviour. It seems like there are more people being unfaithful these days than people who are faithful. It has become far too easy to cheat and the societal repercussions for it are less than nothing, making it hella easy to do so – something has to change.

Jessica received hard-core evidence of TK being unfaithful and felt the need to expose him on social media. Sis was not playing and she is not afraid to say it as it is.

It was also reported that Mzansi actress, Jessica Nkosi and her daughter, Namisa, gifted TK Dlamini the most thoughtful birthday present ever. South African actress, Jessica Nkosi and her adorable baby girl, Namisa Dlamini, spared no expense to celebrate TK Dlamini’s birthday.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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