Fast forward to 11 August, Ting uploaded a 17-minute video on her channel titled “Time to Talk..”, along with hashtags such as cyberbullying and defamation. The video had since been watched 1.9 million times, amassing over 142,000 likes and 1,800 dislikes.
The Grammy award-winning singer shared the empowering message with her 7.8 million followers on the app.
"Everyone is on social media 24/7 right now, and it can brainwash you into feeling bad about your body."
We rate our bodies more negatively than if we were to view the exact same body as an outsider.
Grammy-award winning singer Lizzo has a few words for Tik Tok after she said they removed videos of her wearing a bathing suit.
“No amount of hateful words could take away from how beautiful this journey is and how much I value my body."
Th is year the inspirational campaign is raising money for a charity helping fight climate change.
The pop star got candid in her first official interview since an apparent overdose in July 2018.
"We're reinforcing the idea that what they look like matters...and that's the problem."
Model and body-positive advocate Tess Holliday shared a photo of her body on Instagram and described the importance of self-love, even though it isn't easy.