Celebrities 7.6.2016 11:10 am

LootLove hits back at cellulite comments

TV personality Luthando 'Loot'  Shosha poses for pictures on the red carpet at the 22n South African Music Awards held at the Durban ICC, 04 June 2016. Picture: Refilwe Modise

TV personality Luthando 'Loot' Shosha poses for pictures on the red carpet at the 22n South African Music Awards held at the Durban ICC, 04 June 2016. Picture: Refilwe Modise

The presenter was wearing a stunning bright pink strapless gown that boasted a waist-high slit at this year’s SA Music Awards.

While some people couldn’t help but fall in love with Luthando “LootLove” Shosa’s beautiful pink dress at the SA Music Awards (Samas) held at the Durban ICC on Saturday, others were busy trying to spot the television presenter’s faults and flaws, but luckily LootLove has no time for haters.

The presenter, who is evidently comfortable with her body, was wearing a bright pink stunning strapless gown that boasted a waist-high slit. It was only after she posted a pic of herself walking the red carpet at this year’s Samas that the negative comments started pouring in, with some of her fans commenting on her visible cellulite and the colour of her knees. But Shosha didn’t take the hate laying down, and went on social media to make her viewpoint clear.

“I loved wearing this dress and I’m pretty sure the smile on my face shows you how happy I was last night! NOW… I put up a pic yesterday and naturally some didn’t like it (Thats always okay).What shocked me was the fact that only WOMEN were there one’s commenting about my knee or “dimples” (because we not mature enough to just say cellulite!),” she wrote.

“We’re failing young women growing up in a world that constantly tells them they have to look like they stepped off a page on a magazine. Just last week, we were all together upset about Lerato’s pictures but you, WOMEN, are the first to call us out and tell us about how imperfect we are. I have cellulite, GROW UP & GET OVER IT,” she continued.

Preach on, sister!

 

 

 

 

 

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