At just 24, Bella Hadid has become one of the most surveyed models in the system. The young model often chose to go against the State of Israel, inflaming her millions of followers on the networks against Israeli military policy, and increased her power during Operation Wall Guard. After we calmed down a bit from the rage she provoked, in her latest interview with Vogue magazine she opened up about completely different issues.
Bella will star on the September magazine magazine, and in an interview teaser that went online, Bella talked about her early days in modeling. “It’s like I had two outings,” she said. “Me, who was in the process of trying to figure out who I was, and ‘Bella Hadid’ the alter ego, who was, I don’t know, a sex robot that goes out every night.“
Bella went on to talk about her first period as a model, opening up the issue of her social anxiety. “I have a crazy social anxiety and I do not like to celebrate, but I felt I was under tremendous pressure to be in this image because I assumed that was all people wanted from me. Now I do not want to be in this box anymore. Now I feel I am allowed to talk.“
The young model said that she suffers from social anxiety already in 2018, when she appeared with her mother, Yolanda Hadid, on the program “Making A Model”. “I will start crying and shaking if I have to do an interview on the red carpet,” she said. “It’s really stressful and nerve.wracking.“