Celebrity·Posted on May 27, 2023Bebe Rexha Got Extremely Real About Body-Shaming And Weight Discourse, And She's Right To Say It"Listen, we're in the public eye, so that's bound to happen. I was a lot thinner and I did gain some weight — that comes with the territory."by Larry FitzmauriceBuzzFeed StaffLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail This post contains discussion of body image issues. Bebe Rexha has been speaking out about body-shaming recently, and it's been very refreshing. Samir Hussein / WireImage Last month, she responded to people who were still discussing her body online, calling the conversation "upsetting." Rb / GC Images Earlier this month, she also revealed that her record label told her to lose weight when she was first signed. Jerritt Clark / Getty Images for Bebe Rexha During a recent appearance on The Jennifer Hudson Show, Bebe talked more about how the discussion around her weight makes her feel, as well as her recent PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) diagnosis. View this video on YouTube The Jennifer Hudson Show / Via youtube.com The Mayo Clinic defines PCOS as "a problem with hormones that happens during the reproductive years." "It's one of the leading causes of why women gain weight and are obese," she told Jennifer. "I literally jumped, like, 30 pounds so quickly, maybe a little bit more." Nbc / Weiss Eubanks/NBCUniversal via Getty Images "But we gotta just be positive and just show people love." Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for iHeartRadio Nonetheless, not everyone has been kind and fair — and Bebe addressed that while talking to Jennifer. "Listen, we're in the public eye, so that's bound to happen," she said. Roy Rochlin / WireImage "I was a lot thinner and I did gain some weight — that comes with the territory. I'm not mad about it because it is true, but when you see things like that, it does mess with you." Steve Granitz / FilmMagic "You don't know what somebody's going through, what they're going through in their life, so it kind of is tough," she continued. Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic "But I feel like we're in 2023 ... we should not be talking about people's weight," Bebe added. Christopher Polk / Variety via Getty Images That's real. Watch the interview clip here.