BBNaija Uriel Reveals How Her Ex-Boyfriend Body-Shamed Her
Uriel says that her ex caused her to lose her self-esteem.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Uriel Oputa, a former Big Brother Naija contestant, has said that her ex-boyfriend used to body shame her.
On Friday, March 11, 2022, the reality TV personality revealed this via her Instagram Stories while showing off her newly trimmed physique.
“I remember my ex said my legs weren’t fine because I had a scar. He made feel so bad. I lost confidence. Now my legs are being called beautiful,” she wrote.
“This life ehn! When he is not for you, he is truly not for you. There will always be someone who is ready to massage those scars.”
The reality TV personality lambasted guys who body shame their spouses after giving birth in 2021.
“You are a complete ignoramus if you make your wife uncomfortable about her weight after she has given birth,” she wrote.
“Not every snap bk is natural if you can’t afford a lipo or a fitness trainer/personal chef pls kindly take a bk seat, let her work through this sensitive period.”
“She just had your children shu!!! I’m not attracted to my wife. Oku ba gi there.”
Uriel Ngozi Oputa is a Nigerian actress, recording singer, and reality TV sensation who was born on January 24, 1988, in England.
She competed in Big Brother Naija 2018 as one of the houseguests.
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