- Jessica Larny is a Ghanaian actress, model and anti-fat shaming activist
- Her specialty as a model is boudoir photography
- YEN.com.gh highlights five photos of the Ghanaian model along with some powerful statements
Having successfully positioned herself as an actress, model and anti-fat shaming activist, Ghanaian born Jessica Larny, is notable for her role in movies like Stalemate, True Lies, I Do and The Table.
As an anti-body shaming activist, Jessica proudly owns her womanhood and body physique via 'controversial' expressive photos of herself along with narratives that seek to change toxic mindsets regarding the body of women and beauty.
Jessica’s specialty as a boudoir model also enables her to use her physique to actively communicate narratives that empower women, especially models with thicker bodies and thighs.
YEN.com.gh accentuates five powerful photos of the Ghanaian model that proves she would thrive in her pursuit for change of social stigma towards obesity and anti-fat bias.
1: Jessica models in fabulous undies
2: Jessica campaigns against''fat'' and body shaming
As part of her campaign, Jessica noted in her recent post on Instagram that ''a woman’s body is beautiful in its own way'' which was reported earlier by YEN.com.gh.
3: She amplifies her confidence and self-worth
4: Jessica proudly owns her ''blackness'' and womanhood
5: The human body is perfect art and Jessica highlights that in this photo
Jessica Larny is a graduate of Central University College.
Meanwhile, Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, Ghanaian comedian famed as Funny Face aka the 'children’s president', has reached out to his followers to establish that God will eventually align their lives to His will and purpose.
Funny Face addressed his followers and extensively Ghanaians via Instagram, stating that ''when the time is right, everything will fall in place…''
The popular Ghanaian comedy actor has never fallen short of expressing great appreciation to people that have positively impacted his life.
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