Gabby Sidibe flaunts major weight loss twerking in mini shorts and T-shirt in new video
Award-winning actress Gabourey Sidibe, best known for the film Precious, took to Instagram to share a Boomerang video dancing by the pool.
In the short recording, Gabby is portrayed facing all the way around wearing tiny black shorts and a sleeveless, long, camo shirt while moving her body and swinging her braids.
As soon as she uploaded that post, her fans and followers took to the comment section to praise her for all the pounds she has lost and to share their thoughts on her dance moves.
One of them was Instagram user Erica Jones, who wrote: 'Get it Gab!!!!!! Look how much weight she has lost!!’ User Arvella Presco chimed in and said that Gabby knew how to make people laugh. She finally urged her to ‘shake’ what ‘her mother gave her.’
It was not the only time Gabby has uploaded photos and videos showcasing her much slimmer figure. Earlier this month, the actress uploaded a picture of herself wearing a white shirt, camo pants, and sneakers
Before that, she posted a photo wearing a dark red jumper that had gold and blue pattern in the middle and the same camo pants. All those images prove that Gabby has taken her weight-loss journey very seriously.
As Celebritist previously reported, it began in May 2016, when she underwent laparoscopic bariatric surgery. The reason she did so was that she and her brother Ahmed were diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes.
Gabby revealed that she went under the knife because she didn’t want to worry about what the disease might do to her body, so it was a sort of better-safe-than-sorry move.
Since her fans learned that, they have shared their support and best wishes with Gabby. However, she has remarked many times that she doesn’t need people’s support as her body has nothing to do with other people.
‘It just annoys me because I’m just like, don’t congratulate me on that. If you’re going to congratulate me on my weight loss, also congratulate me every time I pee. Congratulate me every time I’m burping,’ said Sidibe.