Camila Cabello shared a note on social media about how it feels to be followed by the paparazzi in her personal time at the beach.
While paparazzi snapshots of the singer in a bikini circulated on the internet on April 2, she took a moment to address what she goes through when she just wants to enjoy some time in nature.
Camila Cabello took to the beach in Miami on Saturday to catch some rays in a skimpy two-piece swimsuit. The Havana singer showed off her stellar figure in a yellow bikini.
“Every time I’ve gone to this beach club in Miami I get papped somehow when I check in paps know and get me in my bikini and every time I’ve felt super vulnerable and unprepared,” wrote Cabello.
“I’ve worn bikinis that were too small and paid no mind to how I looked, then saw pictures online and comments and been so upset.” She Further wrote
I reminded myself when it impacted my self-esteem that I was thinking the culture’s thoughts and not my own. A culture who has gotten so used to an image of what a ‘healthy’ woman’s body looks like.
“I knew I looked ‘good’ in the pictures and thought I would feel accomplished and yet I’ve never had a worse time at the beach,” Cabello said.
was spotted learning about the climate crisis while spending time at the beach this weekend.
soaked up the sun in a yellow and black zebra-print bikini.
The 25-year-old singer was seen reading a copy of the book “All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis” at the beach on Saturday.
Meanwhile, earlier this week Camila Cabello's ex Shawn told Extra that his new track When You're Gone was inspired by their breakup.
The musician said he wrote it just one month after they went their separate ways. 'A month later, you kind of start having all the memories of things that happened.'