Thickleeyonce says skinny girls have frozen p***sies
Best known for her body-positive and outspoken character, Thickleeyonce has been a role model for plus-size women ever since she popped up onto the celebrity streets.
Since then millions of Mzansi women have admired and looked up to her for her body-positive content, which seeks to challenge the status quo of plus-size women not being the ideal body type.
She is big, beautiful, confident and brave enough to let anyone know. Her confidence has landed her endorsements from major brands who are also trying to shift society’s view on plus-size women.
Thickleeyonce has worked with international brands like Savage X Fenty, lingerie line owned by
Rihanna and has influencers such as Normani, Kehlani, Meg Thee Stallion and Christina Milan and Mzansi’s very own Thickleeyonce on its list.
She also had her contract renewed with internationally renowned clothing brand Calvin Klein, for the year 2020, earlier this year.
Unfortunately, in her quest to be body-positive and be the voice that drowns fat-shaming, the unapologetic model was exposed for body shaming skinny people.
One Tweep exposed her by collecting a series of her Tweets from years ago, where she was clearly attacking skinny people.
When she was called out for her toxic behaviour, unfortunately, she refused to apologise and saw nothing wrong with her disrespect for skinny peopl