“What Is A Fake Body?” Rapper And Former LHHNY Star DreamDoll Is Over People Coming For Her Curves
If you’ve followed rapper DreamDoll as her star has risen from being called a “bully” on Bad Girls Club to trying to make it on Love and Hip Hop New York, then you know that the 27-year-old Bronx native looks a bit different than she did when she first hit the scene in 2016. She hasn’t been shy or ashamed about the surgery she’s had done (her mixtapes are called Life in Plastic), but she is sick of people always bringing it up and criticizing her body online.
“Oh my God, y’all are so annoying. Anything that gotta do with me, whether it’s my music, whether it’s my outfit, whether it’s my hair, the colors, different, y’all always gotta bring it down to ‘fake body,'” she said in a video.
“What is a fake body? ‘Cause when y’all pinch me, it hurt,” she continued. “The blood comes through these veins. If I f–kin’ get thrown out the window or I fall and break my ankle, it hurts. So what is fake? This is my body. So whether I choose to add, subtract or remove and replace and put it somewhere else, that’s my business.”
The “Everything Nice” rapper continued, saying the same people who constantly shame her body she feels are the same ones who are insecure about their own.
“It be the same miserable a– b–ches that be going, getting quotes and asking who my doctor is and feeling insecure about their fupas and just not happy with they own bodies,” she said. “B–ch if I wanna go get an addition or subtraction, that’s on me, you feel me?”
DreamDoll, born Tabatha Robinson, has admitted in the past though that she started getting work done for the wrong reasons.
“I was in a relationship where my boyfriend used to criticize my body. He used to cheat on me with a girl who had curves and he made my self-esteem go down. He made me feel ugly,” she said in a video for VH1. “I always wanted to give him what he wanted. I always wanted to look perfect. It didn’t complete me. It made people make fun of me. It made people violate me on Instagram more. People criticize me, oh my body’s fake, I’m plastic. I get called names worse than what I was being called by him.”
“When I did my surgery, I came back home and I was the same person,” she added. “For all of the women, don’t get surgery because of someone else. It’s not going to make you happy. I’m telling you, surgery only attracts the wrong guys; they only want you for your looks. I went through that and it made me a stronger woman. It made me want to tell the girls out there that are doing this to stop. Accept yourself.”
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