Bella Hadid apologizes for not-so-'relatable' Louboutins comments
Bella Hadid has apologized for sounding a bit out of touch in a Vogue video where she recalls not being allowed to buy Louboutins until she graduated from high school. In a viral parody segment of Vogue's "Bella Hadid Breaks Down 15 Looks From 2015 to Now" on TikTok, user @defnoodlesspicy makes horrified and confused faces in a corner of the clip as Bella says things like, "I never, growing up, had anything designer. My mom wouldn't let me. I think I got my first pair of Louboutins when I graduated high school." Looking at a photo of herself, apparently wearing designer gear after her graduation, Bella muses, "It makes me emotional actually, because I'm so happy in this picture, for the first time in my whole adult life," adding that today she's glad she "made it out alive" from the "mental state" she was in previously. "Wow," says the TikTok user who's edited himself into the clip. "That was so relatable …" The Daily Mail noticed Bella, 25, responded in the comment section. "The context of this was that a lot of people think I grew up buying and wearing designer things …," she explained. "I never take anything I ever had for granted & I feel undeserving at times but I wore this same pair of shoes, that were given to me as a gift, for the first 3 years of my career. To every job, go see, or meeting. The metal is all that is left of the bottom of the heel." She added a laughing emoji and wrote, "I'm sorry it sounded pathetic, but 1. Bad story to tell and 2. I agree, I can't listen to myself talk either."
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