Camila Cabello is get candid on TikTok again – and this time it’s about her love for Midol.
The “Havana” singer took to the video-sharing app to praise the medication, which provides relief from many menstrual symptoms such as cramps. In the TikTok, which is set to Drake’s “Know Yourself”, Cabello looks miserable until she pulls out two Midol packs and all! Once she’s swallowed the pills, though, she’s as happy as a shellfish – and has a chic purple dress.
“If the Mydol [sic] hits,” Cabello captioned the video.
In the caption, Cabello wrote, “Ladies, you know what I’m talking about. (No ad, I just had the worst menstrual cramps of all time today)”
More than 90 percent of people who menstruate experiencing at least one premenstrual symptom, which can include gastrointestinal pain, bloating, and moodiness. Other “ladies” who can certainly identify with Cabello’s TikTok are some of the star’s celebrities. Singer Jessie J told ActionAid“I had very painful and heavy periods growing up. So I always had to be prepared and ready for them to start something because mine would take longer than usual.”
Dakota Johnson said: That the “hormonal changes” she experiences during her menstrual cycle “ruined” her life.
“Every month. It’s unbelievable. It’s really great,” the… 50 shades of grey actress told In style. “I can’t get a handle on it. I’m like, what? Every time I’m totally shocked at what’s happening to my body and my brain. My breasts are about eight times the size of normal.”
Dove Cameron previously confessed that she was not always comfortable talking about her period. The descendants actress told Seventeen“I used to spend my allowance on tampons. I just didn’t want to talk to anyone about my body. If I could go back and tell myself it was okay [to talk about my period]”I would go back and tell myself it was okay.”
This isn’t the first time Cabello, who will star in Amazon Prime’s Cinderella, got honest with her TikTok followers. Earlier this month, she spoke of an insecure feeling about her stomach while exercising.
“I didn’t tuck it in because I ran and existed like a normal person who doesn’t tuck it in all the time,” explained the Fifth Harmony alum. “And I thought, ‘Damn.’ But then I reminded myself that being at war with your body is so last season.”
She added: “We’re real women with curves and cellulite and stretch marks and fat. And we have to own that, honey.”