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Coi Leray clapped back at trolls on social media who are jealous and envious of her natural body.

They made fun of the "Pac Girl" rapper after she showed off her non-surgically enhanced bod on the red carpet at the 2021 BET Awards on Sunday.

In the midst of the taunting, rapper NLE Choppa took to Twitter to defend the 24-year-old after she tweeted:

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"My body is always trending. I don't understand. Is there a certain way I'm supposed to look? Help me understand. In the Bible is it a Sin to be thin? Help me understand. I hope y'all mothers got beach bodies."

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In her defense, rapper NLE Choppa wrote: "Cause you natural. F*ck em."

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Coi is rapper Benzino's daughter. The "Huddy" rapper was born and raised in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston.

She was accompanied on the BET Awards red carpet by 25-year-old Canadian rapper Pressa who is best known for his hit single "Novacane."

Question: Is Coi your body goals?

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Kenya Moore urged her social media followers to love their natural hair in a new campaign for her hair care products line.

The 50-year-old former Miss USA wears long hair extensions for convenience, but she wants her fans to love their natural hair that they were born with.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member shared a post on Instagram, which she tagged #MooreHairMonday.

"Aside from being Founder and CEO of my 100% #BlackOwned company, my most important job is being a mother," she wrote in the caption of an ad for her Kenya Moore Haircare line.

She poses in the ad with her 2-year-old daughter, Brooklyn.

"My daughter Brooklyn is the face of @kenyamoorehair because her happiness embodies the power of a dream and hard work. God is good.

Thank you for supporting US. And thank you @sallybeauty for believing in our company and the customers for making us a top selling brand.

50% off of #mooreedges and #MooreHairSupplements now at #kenyamoorehair.com #mooretocome #Hair #realhair #love #blackhistorymonth #RHOA."

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Kenya silenced the haters who say she doesn't have long hair growing from her scalp.

She shared a YouTube video that showed her real hair which is thinning at the ends but still long and healthy.

Kenya wears hair weave products because she's an entertainer, but she only wears extensions to protect her real hair - which is still healthy and voluminous.
 

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