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I Cried For Two Days After ‘Flat Boobs’ Trolling On Social Media - Shatta Michy   
 
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10-Jul-2018  
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Socialite, Shatta Michy claims she cried for “like two days” because of the scorn and ridicule she was subjected to after photos were posted online of her ‘flat’ breats.

She shared her experiences about the aftermath of her attending the 2016 Golden Movie Awards at the Kempinski Hotel when speaking on the topic ‘Internet Trolling – Who To Blame.’

“… ‘like two days and I was done crying, It was other women body-shaming me that actually got to me because I don’t do that to other girls,” recounted Michy to Berla Mundi, host of ‘The Late Afternoon Show’ on GhOneTV.

“I feel like we have grown up, that’s for kids, High School. We need to support each other because I don’t mind if its the men because the men can say whatever they want but woman to woman, that got me.”

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