Lauren London’s weight gain after her Netflix movie, You People, has caught people’s attention. She went from 110 to 160 pounds after her disappearance in 2019. It was when her partner was killed. Some fans are trolling her, while others are appreciating how she handled herself.
Lauren London’s recent movie, You People, has some of the best-known names working with her, including Jonah Hill, Eddie Murphy, and Nia Long.
It is a romantic comedy movie with a star-studded cast, directed by Kenya Barris. On the film’s promotion, Lauren’s fans were excited for her new movie, but Lauren’s weight gain stole the show.
Everyone was interested in Lauren’s chubby looks, even more than in the film. We have discussed everything about Lauren London’s weight gain.
Lauren London Caught the Public’s Eye for Weight Gain Earlier
Back in 2017, London put on some postpartum pounds when she gave birth to her second son, Kross Asghedom. She had this child with her former partner, Nipsey Hussle.
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People bashed her for gaining weight, and after that, some fans came out to support her. A girl wrote how difficult it was for London to heal after 3 years, and people started body-shaming her right after that.
Lauren London doesn’t bother anyone.
She’s literally been grieving and trying to heal since Nipsey transitioned almost 3 years ago.
She barely even talk to us,and y’all on here fat shaming her for gaining a little weight.🤮 pic.twitter.com/XYb8OKqO4G
— KimberlySamone (@KimSamone32) February 5, 2022
One person posted, “Y’all dissing Lauren London for looking like this?! She looks good, y’all just some weirdos smh”
Another fan wrote, “disgusted that Lauren London is trending bc she’s gained weight after giving life to a whole human being lol are y’all crazy?”
One person shared, “Thick…I think she looks beautiful…? She has always been gorgeous.”
Let’s see what she shared about her weight gain and her take on people’s opinions about her. She shared a post on Instagram that stated,
“I’ve been getting compliments on my LOOKS for years. I NEVER let it “gas me” because I knew the enduring value in all things is internal. When I decided to have my son, I knew the Internet would be cruel. I knew that casting directors would consider me out of commission for at least a year. I knew that MY BODY would change, but I did not let the fear of these things effect me to the point of going against my spirit.”
Talking about her weight, she says, “This lil weight will get worked off and WHO I AM WILL BE UNCOMPROMISED. WIN-WIN NO? ”
Lauren London’s Weight Gain of 50 Pounds in 2022
The ATL star appeared after a long time to promote her new movie, You People, with Eddie Murphy and Jonah Hill. Fans noticed that London put on weight.
This was right after the COVID-19 pandemic. She vanished after her partner’s sudden death. She was heartbroken and hid herself for some time.
People shared their mixed thoughts on Twitter. One person shared, “Lauren London is fine as hell at any weight, and the fact that she is still out here working after experiencing the tragedy she did is beautiful.”
Another one bashed the people who criticized London for being overweight by writing, “Lauren London will forever be that girl. And it be the people with mattresses on the floor commenting on her body.”
Lauren London put herself together, overcame her fears, and came out of the zone she had been in since 2017.
In the movie You People, London played Amira, a Muslim black girl who falls in love with a Jewish white boy, Ezra Cohen. The story revolves around modern love intricacies, interracial marriage struggles, and societal pressure.
Lauren’s Late Partner Helped Her with Self-acceptance.
After her second son, she appeared for the first time in front of the camera for an interview on the GQ cover. London was nervous about her clothes’ fitting. Her husband calmed her down and picked another outfit for her evening.
Laren and Nipsey went out for dinner, and her partner helped her overcome her nervousness. She said:
“He was so supportive—like making tea for me—and he sat through my whole fitting. Every time I would come out in new clothes, he would clap: ‘Look at how fly you look. You gonna kill it.”