Anonymous said: I also feel like the song is shaming skinny girls, like you can't help if you're naturally skinny :/
Thank you! someone that agrees with me, girls get bullied for being too skinny and not having enough “body” i just think the whole song is stupid.
Anonymous said: lmao gurl you dumb you obviously have some damn bad body issues to think that song is bad, thats why skinny girls aren't shit.
updxtinq said: after she says "Go ahead and tell them skinny bitches that" she says "No I'm just playing. I know you think you're fat, but I'm here to tell ya every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top" so she's saying that all bodies are perfect and that you shouldn't put yourself down for not being a certain way.
If the song was targeting all body types she wouldn’t have said that, to me it is just inappropriate to say. There was plenty of words that could have been said, that whole verse is inappropriate.
Anonymous said: Why do you think "all about that bass" is a song shaming skinny girls because it doesn't.
Actually it is, it may be catchy song but it just promotes mixed signals.
updxtinq said: Meghan Trainor's song isn't shaming skinny people.. Read the lyrics.
umm when she says "Boys like a little more booty to hold tonight." or "I’m bringing booty back, Go ahead and tell them skinny bitches that” you can judge for yourself but someone who has self image issues this is not the right message to send to girls.