It takes strong man to love fat women -Lepacious Bose

Comedian Lepacious Bose has taken a swipe at men who body-shame their lovers, saying it takes a strong man to love a ‘fat woman’.

The fitness lover said this in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

Sharing a video of a plus-size woman and her husband dancing on their wedding day, the 44-year-old wrote: “Fat ladies who have had their hearts broken by men who left them because they felt they are too big! (The annoying part is most of these mumu men met the ladies fat ooo and they liked/loved them) Let me tell you something, a whole lot of men love fat women, yes! They love the warmth, the flesh, the feel of the lush thick thighs, some even love the stretch marks! 

“Unfortunately most of them are cowards, they love these women but do not have the guts to openly stay with them. Eventually, they leave them because of what “people will say” because their friends and family members feel the ladies are too big and therefore inappropriate. Of course because these uncles are wimps they can not fight for these women, for what they truly want/desire. Oshisko !!!

“They cave in because they are wimps, they give up the love they want and go for the “socially acceptable” woman….. most of them end up miserable but hey…. Congratulations to them ooo! Am sorry but I love their misery. It takes a strong man, a real man to love a fat woman, it takes an extra man to openly love her, it takes a man and a half to ignore the naysayers and freaking marry her! Kudos to all the strong men who are not afraid to love fat girls, may your bank account never lose weight! 

Advising plus-sized women to want to lose weight, she wrote: “Dear fat girl, if you want to lose weight, go ahead; do it! However do it for yourself, your health, your choice….. but never to keep a man! You see, if he’s not ready to fight for what he really wants then he’s not man enough for you…. Pls let him go! If he loves to be with you but wants to hide you from the world pls RUN!”

In an interview with the News Newspaper published in February, the Being Mrs Elliot actress opened up about her weight loss journey.

She said, “You do a lot of rethinking. Even your friends would change, your lifestyle would change. Everything would change because everything is connected to food. As is typical of Lagos, were I to be invited to a birthday party tomorrow, I would not attend because I already have a weekly food program and I already know that if I go there I would eat this, eat that.”