Risper Faith has come out to admit that she never appreciated her voluptuous self while growing up. Taking to social media, the popular socialite revealed that she disliked her body shape and lacked confidence.
“Growing up, I never accepted my curves,” she wrote in part.
According to her, she eventually grew into liking and appreciating her body when she ventured into the modeling world as a plus-size model. This bold step propelled her into loving herself even more.
“But when I got the opportunity to become a plus-size model, I was able to appreciate my voluptuous body and love myself, not only on the outside but on the inside,” she added.
She further encouraged those going through the same to be comfortable in their own skin.
“At the end of the day, we are all trying to feel comfortable in any type of size,” she said.
Recently, the socialite, who also doubles up as a reality tv actress, called out critics who claim that her husband, Brian Muiruri, is a nonstarter who depends on his mother. In an Instagram live feed, the mother of one clarified that she runs several businesses with her husband contrary to what a section of her followers claimed.
“We are living our best life. We have our businesses, our family. You talk and at night you sleep in your bedsitters as we sleep in our mansions on a six-by-six bed. I am sorry but your hateful comments won't stop me. I am from the village and I came to Nairobi to work hard and live a good life, so hata ukiongea trash nishaongelewa,” she said in part.
The seemingly angry former Nairobi Diaries actress further made it clear that she had seen it all, including her nude photos being shared across social media, and there is nothing that can stop her, especially not hateful comments from people who know nothing about her.
“Hata Nudes Zangu ziko online and they did not hinder me from getting a husband. So, I don't really care. My 'cookie' is in public and you think you can scare me with your words, no. I have been there,” she added.