Chlöe Bailey is opening up about her struggles with body image. At age 23, the multitalented singer-songwriter is already extremely accomplished with a Grammy nomination and multiple projects in the works, but it’s been a long journey to get to this point.
Despite the confident sexuality she presents in her music with tracks like “Have Mercy”, body image is actually something Bailey has struggled with. READ MORE: Real-Life Couple Gunna & Chlöe Bailey Drop Valentine’s Music Video For ‘You & Me’ “It’s complicated.
I’ve always had thick thighs and a butt. But I was growing up at a time when, if someone on television told you that you had a big butt, they meant it as an insult,” she recalls in a new interview with Allure for their June-July cover story. “So I was a little ashamed of my curves.
I tried to hide them. It took a very, very long time. Now my favourite thing about [my body] is my butt.” One of the ways she learned to embrace her body was by watching other women in entertainment who encouraged a message of body positivity and loving themselves. “The first woman I saw embrace her body was Beyoncé.Read more on etcanada.com