July 2, 2022

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Self Esteem trolled for celebrating ‘juicy bod’ in album artwork

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Self Esteem revealed the album art for Prioritise Enjoyment, set to be unveiled in October. (Twitter/ SELFESTEEM___)

Singer Self Esteem celebrated her “juicy bod” on the include of her second album Prioritise Pleasure, and of study course the creeps arrived out in power.

Prioritise Satisfaction is set to be released on 22 Oct. On Wednesday (7 July), Self Esteem unveiled the album’s address to coincide with the release of her one of the exact same name.

Referencing the song’s lyrics, the artist – true name Rebecca Lucy Taylor – shared the album artwork on Twitter and wrote: “I had flesh coloured tights on from M and S and no the gusset did not hurt and sure my s**te tattoo is photoshopped out but that’s my physique unedited and of course I had finished a comprehensive shave the night just before but that is just for me.”

Self Esteem explained to Do it yourself Journal that a “big topic of the record” was “reclaiming any perception of your entire body and satisfaction and enjoyment when you have been vilified for it”. But however, world-wide-web creeps didn’t get the memo.

Together with the heaps of praise for the amazing new one and album deal with, the singer also exposed that she experienced been given an electronic mail from a “chubby connoisseur”.

She tweeted: “OK just obtained an e-mail from a ‘chubby connoisseur’ who would like to invest in just the poster and has ‘little interest’ in the music… I know my new shiny pop pics celebrating my juicy bod in whichever I wanna dress in was heading to get some bizarre s**t from the regular variety of men and women but my personalized email?? On a Thursday! When I’d just settled down to scroll Deliveroo? Not the a person!”

Self Esteem afterwards shared an excerpt of the e-mail, which requested her to make “rear look at posters obtainable for purchase”, and instructed her “to quit music and do modelling”.

The good thing is, the artist experienced the excellent clarification for why web creeps could not deal with the album cover or the single: “People unquestionably are unable to stand a female taking pleasure in herself, her body, her power and her sexuality! What a sad small lifetime Jane!!!!”

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