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Popular dwarf model, Fatima Timbo
and her physically challenged friend and TV personality, Tobi Green Adenowo danced to EDI by DJ Spinall feat. Reminisce.

They didn't allow their conditions to weigh them down as they danced and danced while people watched them in excitement.

Fatima Timbo is a dwarf who refers to herself as "little woman living life without limits." She's TV Personality, a Dancer & a Model.

The 22-year-old graduated with First Class in Accounting from Middlesex University, London and is pictured with her parents here

She recalls how her parents chose to keep her when they discovered that she would either have down syndrome or be a dwarf:

"It’s dwarfism awareness month! There has been a lot of controversy on the subject of terminating a pregnancy knowing the unborn child will be disable.

Sharing my own personal story; My parents found out I would either have dwarfism or down syndrome when my mother was 6 months pregnant. They were given the opportunity to abort me and chose to not do so. I’m living a very fulfilled and happy life.

I believe every life is worth living no matter what form ‘hardship’ or ‘suffering’ a person with disabilities may face. I believe every life serves a purpose in this world"
Four-foot woman with dwarfism who appeared on The Undateables overcomes bullies to become an Instagram model (but admits she has to fend off men with 'dwarf' fetishes)


Fatima Timbo, 22, from London was born with dwarfism and stands at 4-foot
The finance trainee overcame bullies to become a budding Instagram model
Despite confidence finds it hard to find genuine men, appeared on First Dates
A four-foot woman with dwarfism has overcome cruel bullies to carve out a budding career as an Instagram model.

Finance trainee Fatima Timbo, 21, from London, was born with achondroplasia, a bone growth condition that causes people to be short in stature with a regular-sized torso and short limbs.

After being bullied throughout high school, Fatima learned to embrace her condition and started modelling in 2017, quickly growing her social media following to 4,000.

But despite with her newfound confidence and appearing on dating show The Undateables, Fatima admits it's hard to find a genuine man - and has to fend off men with dwarf fetishes.

'I have to be wary of guys who just have a fetish for dwarfs because there are some guys that actually see me as something to tick off their bucket list. I would say it's harder to find a genuine guy if you're a little woman,' Fatima said.

But Fatima is still remaining positive in her search for the perfect man, and even tried hit show the Undateables- despite initially rejecting the idea when she was spotted.

One of the producers of the show found me via Instagram and thought I would be great for the show,' she said.

'It came about when'I declined at first because I didn't get past the name of the show. A few months later I reconsidered because I thought of the bigger picture of how I could inspire people and most importantly find love.

'My time on the The Undateables was great - I had so much fun filming but was I kind of worried about how the public would perceive me,' she said.
But Fatima has had to develop a thick skin to gain the confidence she has today, battling cruel comments from bullies as she grew up.

'The most popular comment I've had is 'midget', which I hate because it's a derogatory term for dwarfs or little people,' she revealed.

'The worst comment someone said about me was 'if I was Fatima's mum I would abort her because she's a midget'. When my friend told me, I couldn't stop crying because of how hurt that comment made me feel.'

'The toughest part is the constant staring of people when I go out. It's almost like going out in a funny costume.

'People always react when they see me by laughing, pointing, or some people just give me a disgusted look sometimes.

'I overcame this by simply ignoring them because I know ultimately those people don't have any effect on my life and they can only affect me if I let them.'

And growing up as the only person in her family suffering from the condition made it harder for Fatima.

She remembered: 'While I was growing up I remember seeing doctors quite often regarding my dwarfism. The doctor often suggested ways of helping my growth.

'One of them was injecting into my leg every day for around five years to stimulate growth in my legs which my dad did but I don't think that really helped.

'As I was growing up I noticed everyone was growing taller than me and that disheartened me because I wanted to be like everyone else.

'I'm the only one in my family who has the condition. My parents found out when my mother was six months pregnant that I'd either have Downs [Syndrome] or dwarfism. It happens to one in 30,000 births and I happened to be that one.'

However, she learned to be resilient from a young age, throwing her energy into performing to help build her confidence.

'Most of my life I have been confident because I would always be the first to throw myself into things. For example, at parties I wouldn't be scared at a young age to go to the middle of the dance floor and dance in front of a lot people,' she said.

'My parents then encouraged me to go to a dance school where I would perform in musicals and dance shows at Broadway theatres from the age of five to ten.

'From this experience that helped boost my confidence, it made me unafraid of facing crowds. However, there have been times I was not confident.

'In my secondary school there were certain bullies that wouldn't stop picking on me. I kept quiet for a long time until I stood up for myself and for the most part they would back off.

'I felt sad that I couldn't be like everyone else. I was very insecure about myself and I didn't like who I was especially when bullies picked on me.'

Tobi Green Adenowo on the other hand is physically challenged. She has issues with her both legs. She is a freelance Wheelchair Dancer.

Tobi Green Adenowo refers to herself as the 1st disabled Black TV Personality.

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