Ariana Grande Claps Back At Body-Shamers, Amanda Bynes Released From Mental Hospital
Ariana Grande Claps Back At Body-Shamers
Ariana Grande, the pop star who has been dominating the charts and breaking records with her music, has once again shown her strength and resilience in the face of body-shamers. In a recent social media post, Grande shared a series of photos showcasing her slim figure and toned abs, with the caption: “I know I’m a lil’ late but…happy pride month. I love you all so much. Here’s to celebrating every color of the rainbow and every inch of our beautiful bodies. Love yourselves and each other. We’re all human and that’s all that matters. Happy pride month y’all!”
However, some social media users were quick to criticize Grande’s body, with comments such as “eat a sandwich” and “you’re too skinny.” Rather than ignoring the negativity, Grande decided to address the body-shamers head-on and responded with a powerful message.
“We’re all different and that’s beautiful”
In a now-deleted Instagram story, Grande wrote: “I am an adult who has lived with consistent ridicule and harassment from people who don’t know me or my story. I have never been comfortable enough to talk about it publicly but I have been through hell and back and if I can help anyone else in any way that is meaningful or powerful to them, I will be grateful for the opportunity.”
She continued: “I know that most people don’t mean any harm when they comment on someone’s body, but it’s still a form of bullying and it’s not okay. We’re all different and that’s beautiful. Celebrate your own body and the bodies of others, no matter what shape or size they are.”
Grande’s message resonates with fans
Grande’s message of body positivity and self-love has resonated with many of her fans, who have praised her for standing up to body-shamers and inspiring others to do the same. As one fan wrote on Twitter: “Ariana Grande is so inspiring. She’s been through so much and she still manages to spread love and positivity. We need more people like her in the world.”
It’s clear that Grande’s music and message continue to inspire and empower people around the world, and we can only hope that more celebrities will follow her lead and use their platform to promote positivity and kindness.
Amanda Bynes Released From Mental Hospital
Former child star Amanda Bynes has been released from a mental health facility after spending several months receiving treatment for mental health issues. Bynes, who rose to fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s with roles in TV shows and movies such as “All That” and “What a Girl Wants,” has been open about her struggles with addiction and mental health over the years.
Bynes’ road to recovery
Bynes was first placed in a mental health facility in 2013 after a highly publicized breakdown that included erratic behavior and run-ins with the law. She later revealed that she had been struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues, and had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
After several years of ups and downs, including a relapse in 2018, Bynes announced in 2019 that she was “back on track” and had enrolled in fashion school. However, in early 2020, she was once again placed in a mental health facility after experiencing a “stress-induced relapse.”
A message of hope
Now, after several months of treatment, Bynes has been released from the facility and is reportedly doing well. In a statement to People magazine, Bynes’ lawyer said: “Amanda is doing great, working on herself, and taking some well-deserved time off to focus on her wellbeing after graduating FIDM [Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising] in December.”
Bynes’ journey to recovery has been a long and difficult one, but her resilience and determination to get better serve as a message of hope for others who may be struggling with addiction or mental health issues. We wish her all the best as she continues on her path of healing and growth.