"You wish you would've dressed my fat ass", the singer and songwriter told Access Hollywood, a comment apparently directed at the designers who wouldn't dress her.
Last month, the first-time (and two-time) Grammy-nominated pop star took to Twitter to express frustration with the various designers she claims refused to dress her for music's biggest night - simply because she "isn't a runway size".
Well, the stunning blonde showed every single designer who shunned her what they were missing out on by absolutely owning the red carpet in a princess-inspired gown by designer Monsoori. "I just want to wear and work with people who love me for me". "So to all the people who said I'm thick and I can't wear your dress, f-k you, I don't want to wear your f-g dresses", she went on.
Bebe told media outlets that following her Instagram rant that several designers had reached out to her and even more fans had supported her. "I don't know which one to wear". "Then I don't want to wear your dresses because that's insane".
"I was like, 'This is awesome, '" she said, sharing the fact she hopes her experience inspires women to be proud of the way they look.
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"It's been incredible. I didn't expect it".
Fans and fellow celebrities applauded Bebe Rexha for calling out designers who made it seem as though women who are not a size 0 aren't considered lovely. "I just did the video because I was really heartbroken and it bummed me".
"I was like, 'This is wonderful, '" she shared.
"When I was younger I put up a vision board and one of the things that I wanted to always do was be nominated for Best New Artist", Rexha candidly revealed in the clip. I just want other girls to love their bodies.
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