When life provides you with melons, you may find yourself explaining to the public that they are genuine. Salma Hayek has stated on the record that her breasts are indeed real — but she understands why people may believe differently.
“Many people assumed I had breast augmentation. I have no sympathy for them! My boobs were more slender! “And so was the rest of my body,” Jada Pinkett Smith, 54, revealed Wednesday on “Red Table Talk,” the Facebook Watch series she co-hosts with her daughter, Willow Smith, and mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris.
Her growth, on the other hand, is entirely natural. Hayek explained that it frequently occurred with significant life transitions such as pregnancy, menopause, and periods of weight gain.
“For some ladies, they shrink in size. However, some women gain weight and their boobs grow, while others gain weight and their boobs expand and don’t go back down, and then grow again during menopause,” she explained. “I’m one of those women who had it happen in every single stage! When I gain weight, become pregnant, or enter menopause.”
While her breasts “continued to develop,” she said that it’d been a pain. Salma Hayek’s ‘Boobs’ will have their television show – a la “Many, many sizes.” And my back has been hurting as a result,” she explained. “And not many people discuss this.”
While menopause’s hot flashes and emotional intensity are frequently discussed, Hayek stated that the breast development surprised her.
“I’m going to tell you what they’re not telling you. Hayek recently revealed an HBO Max project about talking menopausal boobs.
However, growing older has taught the artist that clichés about women dying at a particular age are a wholly damaging narrative.
“Women have no expiration dates. That must be eliminated. Because at any age, you can kick ass. You may be independent at any age, fantasise at any age, and be amorous at any age,” she explained. “We have a right to be loved for who we are in this moment. We are not here solely to produce children, nor are we here solely to baby the men. We are not simply here to service everything and everyone in our immediate vicinity.”