Jhulie is a ‘lazy, mean’ woman who can’t keep her hair straight

Jhulie is a ‘lazy, mean’ woman who can’t keep her hair straight

The mother of an Indian beauty blogger has said her daughter Jhulsia Jhansi has turned into a “lazy” woman who has “no confidence”.

Ms Jhanesi, 24, was born with thinning hair, was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and struggled with a variety of other health issues, including obesity and a condition called “laboratory syndrome”.

Now, she has had her hair regrown, has become the face of the Jhulli brand, and has become an internet sensation, with millions of followers.

“She is a lazy, mean woman who doesn’t care about her appearance and looks for what is on her mind,” her father, Gopi, said in an interview with the Hindustan Times.

“It is a very difficult situation for her.

She is not a happy person and her behaviour is bad.”

Mr Gopis claims his daughter was diagnosed as Type 2 diabetes at the age of eight and suffers from “lack of sleep, depression, and anxiety”.

Ms Gopiy, who works in marketing at a major multinational, said her daughters hair has become a symbol of her family and the Indian diaspora.

“The hair on her head has become her symbol and we want to have her get a haircut.””

We also want to give her a chance to have a normal life again, which is a huge responsibility of her.” “

The hair on her head has become her symbol and we want to have her get a haircut.”

We also want to give her a chance to have a normal life again, which is a huge responsibility of her.

“Her hair has grown out and she is always talking about it. “

She has always been very strict and she has never really let her hair grow out,” he said.

‘It’s not just Jhulas’ article The father said the JHulsi brand is “a symbol of India” and hopes to inspire people with similar stories. “

My daughter has been a very sad girl, she does not talk about it or have any kind of support.”

‘It’s not just Jhulas’ article The father said the JHulsi brand is “a symbol of India” and hopes to inspire people with similar stories.

“When you are a young woman who is suffering, you should feel supported by your family and by your peers,” he added.

“That’s what we want for Jholsia.”

‘We’re not trying to be a model’ ‘Jhulies’ website and social media account have received thousands of likes and shares.

“I am a proud Indian woman, who believes in equality for all,” the blog said.

Ms Julies family says her mother’s health has been “severely affected” and she’s in need of help.

“We are not trying the Jholia brand as a model,” the father told the Hindutva Times.

The blog, which has received over 1.5 million likes on Facebook and nearly 500,000 followers on Twitter, said Ms Juhasi is the “most popular beauty blogger in the world”.

“People have loved her for her work, and she deserves to be given a chance,” the site said.

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