And Lil' Kim wasn't afraid to speak the truth after some people made fun of the star for having 'belly rolls' while wearing a skintight latex costume for radio station Hot 97's annual Hot For The Holidays concert in New Jersey.
After online body-shamers told the rapstress off for looking less than skeletal in her body-hugging suit, the 42-year-old talent fought back in the comment section, writing: 'I could have Photoshopped it, but I didn’t.' Clap back: Lil Kim spoke her mind Monday after a mean commenter body shamed the rapper for donning a very, very tight latex suit during her Sunday performance at Hot 97's annual Hot For The Holidays concert in New Jersey, where she took the stage with Remy Ma (right) Not feeling the love: While many followers complemented the star's bold look, one hater, told the How Many Licks rapper 'You need to tell them to customize that stomach part a little bit more because you could see a rolls not cute sis!!!
Merriam-Webster, the Oxford dictionary and other sources define "fan" as a shortened version of the word fanatic.
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Barking back at the commenter, she wrote: 'Working on it Sis its natural most women have [rolls] or have had it especially us women that have kids I’m human. Instead of letting the rude comment fly by, the native New Yorker clapped back in a lengthy comment with began 'Working on it Sis its natural most women have [rolls] or have had it especially us women that have kids I’m human''I could have Photoshopped it, but I didn’t because I have been working out every day really hard and eating better so I can be the best me that I can possibly be it’s called growth and change.'While the Magic Stick rapper could have ignored the mean-spirited jab, she explained why she went out of her way to address the negative noise.'Now I know I don’t owe you spit of an explanation at all' she continued, 'But responding to your negative comment with a positive comment can maybe help someone else who may feel a little self-conscious about their weight gain or little rose that show through their clothes.
Kim wasn't finished there however, taking the opportunity to throw some shade at the cold commenter.'I’m pretty sure you thought this was going to hurt my feelings and tear me down but it didn’t it just give me more motivation.
According to that theory, it was originally shortened to fance then just to the homonym fans.
Supporter is a synonym to "fan" that predates the latter term and is still commonly used in British English, especially to denote fans of sports teams.
It comes from the Modern Latin fanaticus, meaning "insanely but divinely inspired".
The word originally pertained to a temple or sacred place [Latin fanum, poetic English fane].
The modern sense of "extremely zealous" dates from around 1647; the use of fanatic as a noun dates from 1650.