Zari Hassan Slams UK-Ugandan Blogger for Body Shaming

Businesswoman Zari Hassan has slammed a UK-Ugandan-based blogger, Ritah Kaggwa, for body shaming her after she revealed that she had undergone liposuction.

In a video shared on social media, Zari said that Kaggwa had been “throwing shade” at her when she revealed that she had had surgery to remove excess fat from her belly.

“Ritah Kaggwa is currently satisfied with her transformed body, but there is no visible change,” Zari said. “How did she look before the procedure?”

Zari also accused Kaggwa of hypocrisy, saying that she had previously criticized people who had undergone plastic surgery.

“When she was out here abusing people who’ve done bodies, now she is bitter her secret is public knowledge,” Zari said. “She is doing sponsored mummy makeover… hehe see your life Auntie…. look at this mumue22.”

Zari’s comments have sparked a debate on social media, with some people supporting her and others criticizing her for body shaming Kaggwa.

Some people have argued that Zari is right to call out Kaggwa for hypocrisy, while others have said that she should not have stooped to her level.

Ultimately, it is up to each individual to decide whether or not they agree with Zari’s comments. However, it is clear that the issue of body shaming is a complex one, and there is no easy answer.

Here’s what we know about the two:

  • Zari Hassan is a Ugandan businesswoman and socialite who is known for her glamorous lifestyle. She has over 4 million followers on Instagram.
  • Ritah Kaggwa is a UK-Ugandan-based blogger who is known for her fashion and beauty content. She has over 100,000 followers on Instagram.
  • Liposuction is a cosmetic surgery procedure that removes fat from specific areas of the body. It is a popular procedure among celebrities and other people who want to improve their body shape.
  • Body shaming is the act of making negative comments about someone’s body. It can be verbal, nonverbal, or written. Body shaming can have a negative impact on a person’s self-esteem and mental health.

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