"My issue when I was growing up was always my weight. I would see Beyoncé or J-Lo in music videos and I would ask, 'Why can't I be like them?' They h
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"My issue when I was growing up was always my weight. I would see Beyoncé or J-Lo in music videos and I would ask, 'Why can't I be like them?' They h

"My issue when I was growing up was always my weight. I would see Beyoncé or J-Lo in music videos and I would ask, 'Why can't I be like them?' They have a curviness, a sexiness. Coming from a black [Jamaican] community, curves are celebrated and being the skinny black girl when I was growing up was hard." - Jourdan Dunn, to the Guardian.