Media personality, Chioma Omeruah popularly known as Chigul is well known for her comedy skits, but not many people know or have read about some of her struggles especially in the entertainment industry.
In an interview with Genevieve magazine, Chigul shares her struggles as a plus-sized woman.
Read excerpts from Genevieve Magazine below
The fact is aesthetics sell and I know. I am trying to get there. I don’t want to be skinny; I just want to be fit and healthy.
You mean do I struggle? It is a constant struggle. I know some things I lost because of my size. I have been refused opportunities because I am not younger and slimmer but you lose some and win some. I always assumed that if I don’t get something it was never mine but then again I am in this market and I have to give the world what the world wants.
I don’t know about anyone else but I don’t want to be fat. I am fat now but I want to get to a place where I am healthy and fit and fabulous. It is better for my overall health. However, I love myself regardless.
Read the full interview in the new edition of Genevieve Magazine