Catriona Gray spoke up about the online bashing of the reigning Miss Universe Harnaaz Sandhu of India’s alleged weight gain.
PHOTO BY MISS UNIVERSE /INSTAGRAM & CATRIONA GRAY /INSTAGRAM
Catriona Gray spoke up about the online bashing of the reigning Miss Universe Harnaaz Sandhu of India’s alleged weight gain in an interview with columnist Nickie Wang on her Youtube channel.
The 2018 titleholder lamented how the public continues to perceive beauty queens and the Miss Universe as an image despite their campaigns.
“She is not limited by what her body shape is,” said Gray.
She went on to describe Sandhu as a spokesperson of the organization and that the fans should instead celebrate the reigning queen’s effective role.
“What message do we send to other young girls or other young people in the public or social media when they read those comments and compare their bodies? There’s nothing that comes nice out of it,” she challenged.
Gray encouraged netizens to practice more respect for women instead, especially since it is Women’s Month.
She urged not to use derogatory terms on social media as the weight gain issue sparked from netizens’ comments of Sandhu’s photos and videos released by the Miss Universe Organization. KSO/Expat Media
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