“I feel like a lot of people disregard the scrutiny that people like us are under,” Lauren told ET. “We’re not all thin, model types, and we’re not all perfectly colored. It mind-boggles me that somebody would take time out of their life to make someone feel inferior because of something like that. That to me, is insane.”
Lauren added, “You can’t help it as a human being when you’re put under so much scrutiny, by multiple people, not even just one person in real life, telling you something. It harms you. We try to sit with each other and lift each other up, and these people who are telling you things, these people are all behind their computers who are envious of what you have, and the abilities that you have.”
The 20-year-old Fifth Harmony singer tweeted out on Wednesday (October 5) that she is going to be “taking a break from this s–t” after she was attacked by users for sharing her opinions on the upcoming presidential election.
Later on, Dinah took to her own Instagram to say thanks for 1 Billion views on their “Work From Home” video.
“#WFH1BillionViews ???? ahhh is this even real !? All the love to our lovely team who brought this song to life and to our dope @ss harmonizers who be putting in #work for us gals lol love you tons babes ????,” she wrote.
The 20-year-old Fifth Harmony singer took to Twitter after tearing up while singing “No Way” at the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix last week.
“Thankyou Texas for your amazing shows and thank you so much PHOENIX your energy was insane last night,” Laurentweeted. “And thank you guys so much for the love and concern(: I’m feeling a lot better today! Lyrics just made me extra emotional yesterday ily.”
Watch video of Lauren getting emotional on stage below: