In an article titled "Selena Gomez Gained A Few Pounds Amid Romance Rumors With Zedd!" OK! magazine speaks about how the "Come and Get It" hitmaker has put on a "few pounds recently."
The piece goes on to speculate about whether Gomez has put on weight for a role in her new movie, or if her rumored romance with Zedd, whose real name is Anton Zaslavski, that could be the cause.
"Naturally, fans started to speculate online whether Selena packed on the pounds for her new role in the film or if it's love pounds!" the article says.
Firstly, let's just say that Gomez looks healthy. Secondly, the fact that society thinks they have the right to comment on someone's body like this is truly shocking. And so it's not surprising that Gomez's fans have taken to Twitter in droves to condemn the piece about her "weight gain."
Comments range from simply commenting on how healthy and amazing Gomez looks right now to completely bashing the piece about her alleged weight gain and calling for people to unfollow OK! magazine.
Tbh even if Selena Gomez did gain weight she looks really good and makes me feel better about my appearance— Christine yay (@Omg_Its_C) February 13, 2015
This is what's wrong in the world! This is why girls have eating disorders and image issues! I'm gonna be frank... http://t.co/Rd063YXoJU— Samantha Inscore (@Sam_IAm115) February 13, 2015
I just read a post commenting on Selena Gomez's alleged "weight gain" on @OKMagazine and I thoroughly encourage you all to unfollow them.— Maggie Peake (@mepeake) February 13, 2015
SHOCKING, WE FIND OUT SELENA GOMEZ IS HUMAN! http://t.co/rAC2mwX9hw— chris (@howdyychristina) February 12, 2015
I'm repulsed by the fact there was a story on FB about @selenagomez's supposed weight gain.. WHY DOES IT MATTER, ITS HER BODY, HER LIFE.— Maria Elizabeth (@m_wizzy95) February 13, 2015
How is @selenagomez weight gain "breaking news"?! Give the poor girl a damn break! If weight is such an interesting, talk about yours!— Jess (@foreverjess77) February 12, 2015
Many fans are repulsed by the comments on Gomez's body, and rightfully so, because it is coverage like this that creates body images issues and eating disorders.
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