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Tyra Banks defends Bebe Rexha, once they are “too old” to be sexy, on the 29th of

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Tyra Banks fights back against the ageism in Hollywood.

The model and businesswoman, who is 45, was defending the pop singer Bebe Rexha, who was recently revealed as a male executive told her she was “too old” to be sexy, on the 29th.

“I think she’s the sexiest. Oh, Oh, oh, my God. If you look at her Instagram, you’ll see her in the photos? And I’m like, ‘I want to look like you … that is your body. Her face!!! She is beautiful … intimate and beautifully,” Banks told Access Hollywood on Wednesday.

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“When people have negative things to say about a person’s age, and they have a serious, of age, of personal insecurities. And I really, really feel for that person, and that’s a very ageist, and it says something very negative, because when the age starts to hit, it’s going to be painful. And so what they do is that they throw out of the negativity that they are feeling, about their fears of ageing on with you,” she added.

Banks went on to say, “I have to say is that we as human beings and as such, we want to hear what it does to the pain. I say, acknowledge it, and then get rid of it. And by throwing it out of the meditation. It is crying, it’s the call of your friends, call your mom. And that may be, and you will realize that the person who said that the pain is on the inside … and if anyone is negative about it is that they are afraid of him.”

The “America’s Next Top Model” host and producer, and do not let nay-sayers stop her.

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She was recently featured on the cover of the 2019 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. They are covered in the magazine in 1997, and made history as the first black woman to do so.

“Being the first black woman on the cover is, I think, because I didn’t think it was possible to, like this one,” the Bank is authorised, when she was asked to shoot the cover back on. “I would have never thought that it would be possible, I am a 45 year old on the cover of this magazine again.”

Rexha called the exec it on social media, but it is not the person for you. “Recently, I had a MALE music executive to tell me that I was too old, and that it was ‘confusing,'” she wrote.

“Because… I’m a songwriter and I post pictures on my Instagram, and that’s not what the women writers were [supposed] to do so, especially for my age. I’m 29,” Rexha — who turns 30 this month, and added to it. “I was sitting in a box. I make my own rules. I’m tired of the women are referred to as “products” when they are of age, and boys are referred to as sexy by your age.”

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She went on to say, “Anyways, I’m turning 30 on the 30th of August, and you know what, I’m not running away from it. I’m not going to lie about my age, singing the songs that I feel will sell better, because they sound younger.'”

“I’m going to celebrate my age, because, you know, I’m wiser, I’m stronger and trust ME, I’m a much better lover than I was 10 years ago,” Rexha rang out.

Fox News Mariah Haas contributed to this report.

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