Thickleeyonce is receiving unsolicited advice about her skin.

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Thickleeyonce is receiving unsolicited advice about her skin.

Thickleeyonce is receiving unsolicited advice about her skin.


Influencer and computerized content maker Lesego “Thickleeyonce” Legobane has taken to online networking to vent her disappointments with individuals who continue sliding into her DMs to offer spontaneous exhortation about how to treat her skin.

The body inspiration dissident shared screen captures of a portion of the messages on Twitter, and asked: “For what reason do individuals think this is alright?”

One of her devotees offered to treat her skin and approached the influencer for the name of her dermatologist: “Those skin break out scars should be gone ASAP. It has no spot on your perfect face.”

I’m not sure why people think it’s okay to give their unsolicited advice on other people’s appearance? Please don’t do this no matter how much you think you’re “helping” or coming from a “good” place. 1, you might be pointing out something that the other person didn’t even know was a flaw, now you’ve made them self conscious about it. 2, pointing out someone’s imperfections is a trigger, you are messing with that person’s healing process, just mind your own business captain obvious, we‘re already aware of what you’re pointing out. ?
The individual is distinguished as Dr. Temi Awotedu who, as per her Instagram bio, is a Centurion-based advisor dermatologist.

Thickleeyonce is receiving unsolicited advice about her skin.

Another devotee seemed to advance her skin items, which she offered to provide for the influencer for nothing.


In a lengthy Instagram post, Thickleeyonce shared a picture of her bare face. In the caption she cautioned that while the advice may come from “a good place,” people must avoid pointing out imperfections in others as that may be a trigger.

“You might be pointing out something that the other person didn’t even know was a flaw. Now you’ve made them self-conscious about it. Pointing out someone’s imperfections is a trigger. You are messing with that person’s healing process,” she wrote.