Watch! Liesl-Laurie Mthombeni Slams Pregnancy Comments (Video)

“If you post any comment on my page alluding to pregnancy, I’m going to block you — and I hope other people also block people who [make] inappropriate comments." “As women, our bodies go through so much. So no, Jennifer, I’m not hiding my pregnancy or pregnant

Watch! Liesl-Laurie Mthombeni Slams Pregnancy Comments (Video)-TSZ Mzansi
Watch! Liesl-Laurie Mthombeni Slams Pregnancy Comments (Video)

Liesl Laurie-Mthombeni, the media personality and former Miss South Africa winner, recently addressed her followers on Instagram in response to comments about her Pregnancy.

In a video shared on the platform, she issued a firm warning to individuals making insensitive remarks about her personal life.

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Liesl explained that she would block anyone posting comments hinting at pregnancy and encouraged others to do the same, emphasizing the need for respect and sensitivity toward women’s bodies.

“If you post any comment on my page alluding to pregnancy, I’m going to block you — and I hope other people also block people who [make] inappropriate comments.”

Watch! Liesl-Laurie Mthombeni Slams Pregnancy Comments (Video)-TSZ Mzansi
Watch! Liesl-Laurie Mthombeni Slams Pregnancy Comments (Video)

She clarified that her bloated tummy was due to her menstrual cycle, a common occurrence for women.

“As women, our bodies go through so much. So no, Jennifer, I’m not hiding my pregnancy or pregnant — I’m bloated because I’m on my period, because that’s what happens to women and you as a woman should understand that.”

Furthermore, Liesl advised those curious about someone’s pregnancy to wait for an official announcement rather than making assumptions.

See video as Liesl Laurie-Mthombeni slams Pregnancy comments

Previously, Liesl had opened up about her struggles with anxiety.

She shared a makeup-free photo displaying her puffy, red eyes, explaining that she had felt overwhelmed and anxious about various aspects of her life.

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She mentioned feeling pressured to meet societal standards, particularly those related to appearance, and quoted a monologue from the Barbie movie that highlighted the expectations placed on women.

Liesl expressed her acceptance of difficult days and emphasized the importance of self-care, acknowledging that some days could be challenging but that she was determined to face them head-on and find joy in the morning through her faith.

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