Cyn Santana Is Unbothered By Criticism Of Her “Way Too Big” Pregnancy Nose

December 11, 2017  |  

appears at the VH1 Love & Hip Hop Season 4 Premiere at Stage 48 on October 28, 2013 in New York City.

Of all the things to worry about when expecting, a spreading nose shouldn’t be one of them and for Cyn Santana it isn’t. The 25-year-old is currently expecting her first child — a son with 37-year-old rapper Joe Budden — and while the reality star is close to her due date, one follower suggested she hurry up and give birth, not for any medically sound reason, but because Cyn’s “nose is way too big.”

Seeing the comment on her Instagram page, Cyn responded in a surprisingly mature way, noting the comment didn’t affect her but she’s aware it could harm other women whose skin isn’t quite as thick. She wrote on a photo proudly displaying her nose:

I read a comment that said “I cant wait for you to drop your baby. Your nose is way too big” and it made me really sad. Not because it hurt my feelings… (cause I don’t give a f-ck what y’all talkin bout) but because others have to deal with reading these type of low comments. What about those who don’t have thick skin? Those that are easily affected by outside commentators? Just the thought of it alone makes me cringe and breaks my heart. Unfortunately, cruel people exist in this world. There’s nothing that we can do about them. So we need to protect ourselves and lift each other up. So this goes out to ALL my women. Pregnant or not. Big nose or small nose. Embrace it. Embrace you. You are beautiful. Please don’t pay attention to fake pages with 3 posts and 127 followers. It really isn’t about you. It’s about them. They’re facing daily struggles and this is how they cope. By coming on social media and tearing others down. Don’t take them too personal 😘 Nose: my baby boy and lashes: @lexlashesofficial ✨

View this post on Instagram

I read a comment that said “I cant wait for you to drop your baby. Your nose is way too big” and it made me really sad. Not because it hurt my feelings… (cause I don’t give a fuck what y’all talkin bout) but because others have to deal with reading these type of low comments. What about those who don’t have thick skin? Those that are easily affected by outside commentators? Just the thought of it alone makes me cringe and breaks my heart. Unfortunately, cruel people exist in this world. There’s nothing that we can do about them. So we need to protect ourselves and lift each other up. So this goes out to ALL my women. Pregnant or not. Big nose or small nose. Embrace it. Embrace you. You are beautiful. Please don’t pay attention to fake pages with 3 posts and 127 followers. It really isn’t about you. It’s about them. They’re facing daily struggles and this is how they cope. By coming on social media and tearing others down. Don’t take them too personal 😘 Nose: my baby boy and lashes: @lexlashesofficial ✨

A post shared by Cyn Santana 💙 (@cynsantana) on

Kudos to her for knowing what matters right now. Check out other photos of the pregnant beauty proudly displaying her bump and her nose.

Trending on MadameNoire

Comment Disclaimer: Comments that contain profane or derogatory language, video links or exceed 200 words will require approval by a moderator before appearing in the comment section. XOXO-MN