Discussion: Do Big Girls Need a Self-Esteem Booster?

Earlier this week, a report surfaced that claimed Usher had discussed the details of his relationship with Quantasia Sharpton with his friends. Although the singer reportedly admitted that he may have brought Sharpton on stage, he was adamant in his denial of their sexual relations.

Sharpton has been the only woman to show her face through the allegations and has received the most attention. More attention about being a big girl than the actual allegation.

Usher reportedly told his inner circle that he absolutely did not have sex with Sharpton because she isn’t his type. Although he doesn’t remember bringing Sharpton onstage back in 2014, he may have because he likes to bring a “diverse group” of people up as a “esteem booster,”  the singer said in reference to Sharpton.

There are many people that feel that big girls have low self-esteem because of their size. There are many big girls that love their size and don’t mind. Many have lots of confidence in themselves and show it on a daily.

So because they are big, they can’t pull a man? Absolutely not. Believe it or not, there are plenty of men that love BBW (Big Beautiful Women).

To see what others think, we decided to ask our Twitter followers the following question:

Do you think big girls need a self-esteem booster?

A few of our followers said, “Yes because most men only show love to big girls in private. They are not worth showing to the public”

“I am plus size and I have high self-esteem thanks to my parents.”

“If you ask me, big girls have less relationship issues than so called regular-sized and skinny chicks.”

It looks like everyone’s views are different on how they perceive big women. Do you feel big girls need self-esteem boosters? If you say yes, you’re part of the problem.


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