Bella Hadid Supports Ariana Grande’s Response to Body Shamers

Bella Hadid talks to Ariana Grande about kindness and solidarity with body-shamers.

The supermodel is a force to be reckoned with in the fashion industry. From walking down the runways to gracing the covers of international magazines, the 26-year-old needs no introduction.

In addition to stealing hearts with her beauty, the Washington native has also supported charitable causes and often given back to the less fortunate. Now, the media personality is using her platform to plead with fans to respect the ride.

Bella Hadid is sending love to Ariana Grande for sharing a powerful message about body shaming

Bella Hadid at the 2022 Golden Heart Awards - NYC

On April 12, the Vogue cover girl passed away Instagram to repost the Nickelodeon alum’s TikTok video of her body. Following the “Sam & Cat” star’s now-viral post, Hadid addressed the situation with an inspirational message to her followers.

Tagging @arianagrande alongside a white heart emoji, the 26-year-old began her caption: “You never know what someone is dealing with mentally or physically. Illness or depression. Grief or heartache. You don’t know and you’ll never know until you spend a day in their shoes.”

The media personality urged fans to be kind enough to express their concerns about someone instead of commenting on a matter they don’t understand. “Instead of unsolicited advice or opinions, judgment or aggression, just try to lend a helping hand and be kind,” the model continued.

“There’s always a reason for the way people look/feel, so try to be gentle, especially if you don’t know someone or know someone or what they’ve been through,” the Washington native explained, noting that people don’t they are free to make assumptions through a person’s social media profile.

“Instagram isn’t real and we need to look deeper and consciously remind ourselves that we’re all just people trying our best,” Hadid advised her followers. “So the next time someone wants to write a nasty article to make fun of you or a mean comment to get likes, remember that.”

The runway alum ended her message by imploring fans to be better versions of themselves by avoiding mean talk about another person. The 26-year-old also thanked the “Into You” singer for addressing comments about her body.

“It’s much cooler to be nice. I love you. And I love you, Ari. This is very important; I’m very proud of you. It will help a lot of people. Thank you, said the presenter.

The British Fashion Award nominee’s touching post has received more than a million likes from fans, with thousands of messages praising the supermodel for supporting the Grammy winner. Grande joined the list of commenters, writing, “I love you and your big heart!!!!!!!”

Ariana Grande opens up about unhealthy past in emotional video about body shaming

The ‘Modeling With Yolanda Hadid’ star’s post came after the ‘One Last Time’ hitmaker. TikTok. Per The Blast , the 29-year-old took time out from her hectic filming schedule for ‘Wicked’ to address fans’ recent ‘concerns’ about her body.

Despite the unsolicited attention about her appearance, the “Side To Side” singer remained calm as she talked about what it’s like to be “a person with a body that’s being seen and paid so much attention to.”

The Brit Award winner explained: “There are many ways to look healthy and beautiful. And for me personally, the body you compared it to my current body was the most unhealthy version of my body.

Ariana Grande at the 2016 American Music Awards

Grande revealed that she was heavily dependent on anti-depressants and alcohol while eating badly, a period she called the “low point” of her life. Although the host was reluctant to share those dark moments, she noted that “something good can come” from being open and vulnerable.

The “Don’t Look Up” actress asked fans not to judge a book by its cover: “healthy can look different.” According to the multi-hyphenated star, even if fans’ concerns come from a loving place, they should be careful with their words.

“You never know what someone is going through, so even if you’re coming from a place of love, that person is probably working on it or has a support system to work with. You never know, be gentle with each other and yourself, Grande said.

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