Latto Tells Cosmo Why She Keeps Her Man Private

ClayCo’s Finest Covers COSMO: Latto Speaks On Surgeries And Keeping Her Man A Secret

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Latto covers Cosmopolitan's Skin issue

Source: Chrisean Rose / Cosmopolitan

Latto stands for lottery and she’s definitely good luck, but that body isn’t just the result of luck. In the quotes below, she opens up about undressing for the magazine and making some changes to her physique:

What was your first reaction when you heard we wanted to shoot you nude?

My label manager hit me and asked, “Are you open to doing this?” And I said, “Yeah, I’m open. It just has to be tastefully done.” That’s why during the shoot, my eyes are glued to the monitor. My lyrics are vulgar and explicit but tastefully done, at least in my opinion. I wanted the pictures to be as well. Not just boom-bam right in your face but more like a tease. Like you’re imagining me being fully naked and not really seeing it for real. I like the fantasy aspect to it. I felt like the prettiest girl in the world, like that’s the best I’ve ever looked.

Your body is such a major part of your brand. Especially in an industry that puts so much stock in physical appearance, for better or for worse.

I’m young right now. I don’t have real responsibilities as far as kids and a husband. I feel like it’s the right time to embrace how my body looks—and before I have kids and wrinkle up, I’m showing it off while I can, boo.

Everyone always asks what my parents think about the sexy clothes I wear. My mama is here for it. She loves it! She’s like, “Girl, do it now!” She had me at 15 years old and wishes that she could have flaunted her body before kids. And then she turned around and had my sister at 19. She’s my biggest advocate.

It’s gotta be tough having all eyes on you. But it’s your job. And you’ve invested a lot in your body—from plastic surgery to working out and eating right.

I got a BBL in 2020. I also got 360 lipo. That’s on my stomach, back, sides, and whole torso. But then you’ve got to maintain it. So I just hired a trainer. I tweeted the other day that I was almost going to get a round two of surgery and then I was like, let me just get a trainer instead. If you look on my Instagram, you’ll see I’ve always worked out—before and after the surgery. But I will leave early or not push myself as hard. Having a trainer holds you accountable.

We really love the transparency! What was your favorite part about this interview? You have to go check out the full interview on Cosmopolitan for quotes on her friendships with Cardi and Yung Miami and more!

The July/August issue of Cosmopolitan, The Skin Issue, hits newsstands nationwide on June 27.


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