Camila Cabello reflects on dealing with body shamers

The Fifth Harmony alum went on to talk about the pressure celebrities are under and how they can be at the mercy of public chatter on a U.K. morning show Lorraine and told the host Ross King, "A lot of times I feel and I'm sure a lot of people feel, especially female pop stars, that the narrative can be kind of written for you." There's also the fact that social media holds stars accountable for better or worse. "I think that social media can be a good thing," she told, citing an empowering TikTok she made to shoot down body shamers. "For me, 'I have cellulite and stretch marks and gain weight sometimes and that's normal' – messages like that feels liberating. The thing I'm thankful for social media is that it lets me take control of my own narrative and actually share who I am, as opposed to people telling other people who they think I am… it makes me feel better because the other thing is just really frustrating."