But it wasn’t her sexy outfit or twisting dance moves that got fans chatting — people were more interested to talk about her breasts and tried to point out that Sonja’s “breasts implants” looked “lopsided” while she was onstage.
Well, Sonja has fired back at her haters.
“People need to stop concentrating on bad lighting and makeup, bad angles, and focus on the bigger picture of all the good that came from the evening,” Sonja tells RadarOnline.com exclusively.
Sonja says it’s rude for her haters to pick on her when the evening as supposed to be about a bigger cause.
“The bottom line is, it's mean when an artist puts herself out there in character, in costume, playing someone else, like a vaudeville act like Moulin Rouge to raise money for the LGTB Youth Center and to support other artists,” she says. “And it was my catering company, Sonja and the City, alongside Carlyle Off the Green that provided the atmosphere and a wonderful evening for everybody who enjoys the art of cabralesque. For haters to make a spectacle of ‘if she had a boob job or she doesn't,’ it's not about that!”
Sonja asks: "If I'm already sticking myself out there, isn't that enough? Doesn't it take enough nerve for me to do that? And to also film it for my show?”
It sickens Sonja that people focused on something so unimportant.
“That’s a low blow and it's just hurtful,” she says. “It was just a cheap shot because I wrote very nice lyrics for people to enjoy themselves for a few seconds.”
Sonja’s name alone should have been enough to attract media attention, so the haters really didn’t need to make fun of her breasts.
“You don’t need that to get media attention when you have Sonja Morgan in a bustier performing and I'm spearheading the event,” she says. “You'll get enough hits based on that alone, no?”