Teen Mom Jenelle Evans admits she 'feels bad' about her fuller figure & shares throwback photos of thinner frame

TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans revealed her true feelings about her body while reminiscing about her thinner figure in a series of throwback photos.

The former reality star recently declared that she was proud of her fuller figure after her wardrobe was criticized by bodyshamers.


Jenelle got vulnerable with her fans on TikTok, confessing that she is insecure about her curves and misses the way she used to look.

In the clip, the 29-year-old lip synched to the song Sexy B**ch by David Guetta as she disclosed her thoughts in the caption.

She wrote: "when I feel bad about how I look, and forget who I am," while smiling at the camera.

The clip then flashes to a group of photos of the star from her younger years, showing off her flat abs and toned arms.

The video concluded with Jenelle looking shocked as she covered her mouth with her hand, before waving her hand in front of her face.

The TikTok post included the caption: "Sometimes I look back and think [hot]".

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The mom of three had a much different reaction towards her curvy frame last week, when she recorded a TikTok video in celebration of her behind.

In the video, the young mom lip synced over an artist saying "Cheer if I have a fat a**."

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The video then switches to a screen of dozens of mirrored images of Jenelle, all cheering her on.

The ex TV star captioned the video "Cheering myself on."

FIGHTING BACK

Jenelle is still lashing out at cruel body shamers on the platform after she shared a glamorous post in September of her modelling a slinky slip dress.

In that video, the former Teen Mom 2 star highlighted her figure in a form-fitting rose gold-colored midi dress with a thigh-high slit.

And while many were thrilled with her glamorous appearance, Jenelle was targeted by nasty TikTok users who claimed she needed a clothing makeover.

One troll penned: "Two words… shape wear," while another added, "Beautiful… but Spanxxx."

In of light of the commentary surrounding her body, many of Jenelle's fans jumped to her defence and slammed the trolls, insisting the star looked "beautiful."

A follower wrote: "Not everybody wants to suck themselves completely in some people are actually happy in their bodies."

"That's a hateful a** comment," a second fumed. "Women like YOU are the reason others have this fake image of what a woman's body should look like. Do better."

A third wrote: "Why does she need Spanx? Not everyone wants to wear a suffocating body piece to please other people's eyes."

"How about you put those spanxxx over your mouth? No need to hop on here and body shame," another declared.

ON THE MENU

The comments came a day after Jenelle insisted that she was eating healthy and showed off her avocado breakfast, despite chowing down on burgers.

But in November, she let herself go after receiving some devastating news, showing off her "depression food" diet on Instagram after "sobbing" on TikTok, as her new clothing line was dropped due to "haters."

After her public social media breakdown, Jenelle was still distraught over the news of her clothing line being dropped and turned to comfort foods.

What the former TV personality coined as "depression food" included a dish of cheesy, greasy takeout chicken and pasta dish.

Her dinner appeared to be an emotional crutch meal-of-choice that the star has turned to and shared with her fans many times before.



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