It is nothing new that celebrities get shamed for something or the other. Be it a new song, a scene they acted in, something they wore, or some mishap that occurred on camera. But these are just bad choices on the celebrities’ part. However, there are some things that are simply not in their control for example their bodies. But unfortunately, body shaming is the most common culture in the showbiz industry all over the world regardless of ethnicity.

Recently, Asim Azhar has become a victim of this body shaming and canceling culture. Here have a look at the photo that led to the whole chaos.

Asim Azhar uploaded this picture from his recent US tour appreciating the love he received from fans in Houston and Dallas. Unfortunately, not many fans showed love in his comment section. People shamed Asim for his apparent weight gain and changing appearance.

But on the positive side, many people defended Asim and shamed the other fans who criticized the way he looks. Here have a look at this war going on in his comments section.

The consequences of body shaming on celebrities are far-reaching and deeply saddening. The constant backlash of negative comments can take a toll on their self-esteem, leading to issues such as anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. The relentless attempts and comparisons to an idealized standard of beauty can make it challenging for celebrities to embrace their natural bodies and feel comfortable in their own skin. Is it really fair to do this to them?

It is crucial to recognize that celebrities are human beings with feelings and vulnerabilities, and they deserve to be treated with empathy and respect. Body shaming not only harms the individuals being targeted but also sends a damaging message to society, reinforcing harmful beauty standards and perpetuating a culture of judgment and objectification.

It is time for a collective shift in mindset, promoting body positivity and embracing diversity in all its forms, so that everyone, including celebrities, can live free from the burden of body shaming.

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