Tokischa Is Being Bullied After Appearing at the Balmain Runway Show – And This Is Not Okay

Tokischa Is Being Bullied After Appearing at the Balmain Runway Show – And This Is Not Okay
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Dominican urban singer Tokischa graced the streets of Paris over the weekend, attending the highly anticipated Balmain Homme Menswear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 runway show as part of Paris Fashion Week. 

Known for her distinctive style, Tokischa has carved out a niche for herself in the world of fashion, consistently making a statement with her unique approach to every fashion event she attends. 

Posing alongside Olivier Rousteing, the designer behind the iconic Balmain brand, Tokischa effortlessly secured her place among fashion royalty. The Dominican artist has conquered major catwalks, including those of Louis Vuitton, Jean Paul Gaultier, and now, Balmain. 

Draped in a spectacular all-black ensemble consisting of a jacket and skirt, Tokischa not only showcased her versatility in fashion but also delivered a powerful message of equality, seamlessly blending masculinity and femininity within her outfit. According to Diario Libre, her outfit symbolized the harmonious coexistence of both aspects within herself. 

Naomi Campbell and Ozuna were present at this prestigious fashion event. 

Body Positivity Amidst Online Bullying After the Balmain Show

While Tokischa stole the spotlight at Balmain, the singer faced online bullying regarding the appearance of her breasts. Critics took to social media to comment on what they perceived as “saggy breasts,” failing to recognize the deeper message Tokischa aimed to convey. 

In a society accustomed to facades, Tokischa’s bold decision to embrace the natural effects of gravity on her breasts showcases her commitment to body positivity. The singer advocates for self-acceptance, challenging societal norms. Today, people expect “perfection,” but don’t realize that this type of expectation is not realistic. A lot of things come into play for perfect bodies, nowadays, so let’s let people live – especially women. Women have to struggle too much to try to appeal to external opinions.  

Nevertheless, Tokischa reminds us that breasts come in all shapes and sizes, and there’s no need for body shaming. This further elevates her appearance at Balmain, which was, evidently, a celebration of individuality and self-love. 

As the “Daddy” singer prepares to drop new music and expand her international presence, it’s clear that Tokischa is a force to be reckoned with in the world of fashion – and beyond. 

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