West Coast rapper, The Game had a flirtatious moment with LHHA’s television personality, and rapper Tokyo Vanity and folks speculated his interest.
Well, Tokyo Vanity clapped back at naysayers who questioned Game’s attraction towards her. Vanity said, “Stop trying to figure out who is attracted to me and worry about living in your truth and telling the world what you’re really and who you’re really attracted to. B-H I’fore I expose you.”
The LHHA star posted a picture of herself on Instagram, wearing her What Waist sauna suit while continuing to embark on her weight loss journey. Vanity’s figure has been much leaner since late 2019. The Shaderoom compared to her much fuller figure, and everyone was impressed with her transformation, such as The Game.
The media outlet, The Shade Room, saw The Game’s post and commended her weight loss. Vanity found The Game’s comment flattering, laughed with emojis, but still wanted to play coy when she said, “Go on.”
Unfortunately, society is still skeptical about plus-size women’s physiques because they do not meet the traditional beauty norms. While some people were pleased with The Game’s comment under “Go Best Friend,” the rapper’s social media page, others questioned his motives. It is an ongoing issue in the entertainment industry, but Tokyo responded to people who disparage plus-size women. There are several alluring full-figure women globally but are pushed aside because they are not a size four or six. Tokyo’s new figure is eye-opening for people, but she feels more comfortable in her skin, and that’s more important.
“A lot of these five-star blue check ni–as that got so much to say about The Game commenting on my page, it’s really baffling to me. Because of course, you not attracted to me because a lot of y’all know I got stone-cold receipts that y’all be f–kin’ boys,” she said.