Mzbel, who has been a hitmaker for sixteen years, was once again the target of cyberbullying and social media bullies after tweeting a photo of herself to honor "no bra" day.
Those who viewed the sight of her not-so-firm front side weren't impressed with her initiative. Her chest game was mocked on social media as unsightly and out of style.
Because of age and the drains of motherhood, the formerly vivacious, gorgeous, and sumptuous singer was now being rejected and mocked.
Users on social media asked her to focus on other productive pursuits and leave the "no bra" challenge to the younger, firmer, and broader chested young girls, urging her to spare them the stress of her fallen kingdoms. The singer was also chastised for posing with a well-known lesbian, and she was even accused of being one.
The remarks were ludicrous, but we took screenshots
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