SHE IS STILL DEVELOPING.
“I never understood this argument because, is she supposed to stop developing at a certain age like loose all that body weight automatically overnight or something?” Teenage girls have more trouble with weight than guys. The most I’ve weight was 168 when I was 12. Now, 12-15.. during those years, I was a martial artist. I had about 7 or 8 classes a week and assisted kids classes on weekends and on top of that, my school had me run thirty minutes every day. I would go back and forth from weights between 168 to 160. I always ate clean because my mom made very meal. All organic in small portions. I did not have many friends, and I personally never liked sweets unless it’s ice cream (which my mom never let me have) Then he goes on about how a quick google search says most girls (IN TERMS OF HEIGHT) stop growing at 13-15. When I was 13, I was 5’2. I was 5’2 all through 14 and 15 too. Then 16 and just turning 17, I’m 5’4. My brothers on the other hand.. one is 19 and he’s been 5’4 since he was 14. And the other who’s 24, has been 5’8 since he was 15. So, calling bs on that for a girl.. He goes on, “By saying ‘she’s still developing’ doesn’t really tell me much. What is she still developing? Like more body fat on her body?” Now let me tell ya something... when I started this account, I weighed 28 more lbs than I do now. My body still looks the same except, my face slimmed down and you can see my collarb (I honestly hate the whole word for some reason..?) but my stomach is still the same, my thighs are still the same.. I bike 30mins and run 20mins every day, and find time at nights to mess around with choreos.. I eat clean! Ok yeah, I allow myself a small treat every weekend or I’ll go out with my parents and we’ll get a tea and muffin. But I still continue to lose weight because the rest of my days are being spent with good food and working out. So no, a healthier LOOKING body comes over lots of time and work, especially for a young woman. —�in no way was his apology an actual apology. He made the ‘apology’ video because his dad said he should—� (Let’s excuse I propped grammar and spelling)