Friday, 10 February 2012


For many women, the ultimate insult is being called overweight. However, Grammy-nominated sensation Adele is not one of them--in fact, she says she's just fine with her shape and size. In response to a comment by fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld, who caused waves by outright calling the 23-year-old "fat" in an interview with Paris newspaper Metro this week, Adele had this to say: "I've never wanted to look like models on the cover of magazines. I represent the majority of women, and I'm very proud of that." The quote appears in the February 20 issue of People, which hits newsstands on Friday

Very good everyone must sha talk, so what will they call lepacious Bose or Monique, rotund? abeg, we are thick and loving it!!!


funkysoft said...

yes oh, i love myself just the way i am too, people say am orobo, am busty but seriously i cant kill myself , the most important thing is i can lift my body very well.

lucabracee said...

i don't know why the british always like blowing things out of proportion.if it was a black person complaining they ll say political correctness gone mad.

the context in which lager field used it was not malicious or negative at all he said he was a big fan but when it comes to fashion the girl is a little too fat remember this man is not english so he can't be expected to use the proper right pc english word for being overweight even nigerians that are english speaking still made a lot of unconscious politically incorrect comments like calling someone imbecile or dwarf

lets see your pic so we ll judge for ourselves ;-)