The Queen’s Tgom Embraces Her Appearance
The Queen’s Tgom (real name Rami Chuene) joined Ackermans’ #IAMMe social movement, a campaign which celebrates woman’s natural curves and cellulite.
The campaign seeks to encourage women to love and embrace their flaws through self-love.
Tired of being body shamed and seeking to bring a change in the way women view their bodies, Rami Chuene jumped on the campaign which was implemented through influential women donned lingerie.
When interviewed; Rami Chuene got candid about the power of accepting your own imperfections and said that she has nothing to complain about.
She further stated: “I’m comfortably settled, I love what I see”.
When asked what her favourite body parts were, the Isono actress said she loves; her skin, her legs, her arms, her breasts, and also jokingly asked: “do teeth count”?
When asked what people compliment her she answered: “My skin and my breasts”.
She also mentioned that she hardly goes shopping for swimwear because she can hardly find anything that actually fits her body type; particularly her boobs.
“The big cups are very scarce and you find one going from shop to shop only to leave empty-handed. Another struggle is that bigger sizes are usually in exclusive shops making them expensive”
Rami concluded the interview by saying that she couldn’t be bothered by body shamers: ‘Why should I be bothered by people who body-shame something they’re not and never will be part of? Besides, have you seen my body? Have you seen it move? It’s important to love myself first so I [can] teach others how to love me”.
Rami Chuene has daughters and has always been vocal about issues relating to unfair treatment in the entertainment industry. She’s a great mother and talented actress who always stands her ground and knows her worth.