Kelly Osbourne ain't about to reward fat-shamers with her goodies!
Last week, Kelly Osbourne went onto "The Talk" and discussed her incredible 85lb weight loss. She told the ladies that she once rejected multiple men in one day, due to the fact that THEY rejected HER pre-weight loss.
"It was all guys I had shown interest in before but had all made comments about 'she's great, but she's too fat.' So it was all of those people that came back around again, so I was like, 'no no.'"
She also called out the people who say she underwent gastric sleeve for a "quick fix."
"I did one year of therapy before I even committed to doing the surgery that I did, which was the gastric sleeve, and I did the gastric sleeve almost three years ago. So when I say it's not a quick fix, it is not a quick fix. You have to eat right, you have to work out, you have to do everything that you would normally do."
Kelly Osbourne, 36, has been on this journey since 2009. Like all of us, she has yo-yo'd with her weight, but she has never given up on herself.
My Two Cents
I feel her. I battled my weight most of my life. In high school, I was over 250lbs! Through the years, I struggled. When it comes to the fellas, no one would look at me because I was overweight. One dude actually told me that "men don't date fat chicks, they just fuck them." I had another dude compare my "massive body" to Adele at her heaviest (for a short time I resented Adele because I hated the physical comparison. I broke out of that quickly, and thanked him for comparing me to a talented and beautiful singer. This was all before she lost weight).
These dudes came around when I lost weight. I slimmed down to a size 4 petite (I'm a 6 now, thanks to pandemic/election stress). I kinda had a kid with one of the dudes (this was the only time I gave a fat-shaming asshole a chance). A bunch of dudes I went to high school with actually friended me when they saw my weight loss (some of them DM'd me on dating sites).
I will be friends with dudes that rejected me for being "too fat" in the past, but I will NEVER date them (again).
As for weight loss, while I lost my weight with diet and exercise, I don't knock people who opt for weight loss surgery. Weight loss surgery is not an easy decision, and unlike diet/exercise, it has its risks. You have to be mentally and emotionally prepared for it. Additionally, you have to maintain your results with diet and exercise. People need to stop calling surgery a "quick fix."
Kelly Osbourne, keep being the fierce goddess you are!
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