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Chanel West Coast Pops Insane Booty In Tight Pink Pants After Kobe Bryant Backlash

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By Rebecca Cukier

Chanel West Coast just doesn't stop making headlines. The "Sharon Stoned" rapper and "Ridiculousness" star made headlines earlier this month for accusing fans of not giving her enough Instagram likes – more recently, the 31-year-old has raised eyebrows for "exploiting the dead" as she honored deceased basketball player Kobe Bryant in her new "Black Roses" song.

Fans might well argue that the backlash Chanel faced was unfair (and she did clap back), but there likely weren't any complaints from viewers to the rapper's Instagram stories on Tuesday.

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Popping That Booty In Tight Pink Pants

Chanel West Coast dancing with Anaya Lovenote
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Chanel took to her stories earlier today. While early ones showed the MTV face letting cameras inside her home as she showcased her kitchen, closet, and LOL Cartel clothing line while wearing leather shorts, the ante was upped in later videos as Chanel danced around her fluorescent-illuminated bedroom with a fellow music face.

Chanel's video showed her popping her super-curvy and sexy booty in a skin-tight pair of pale pink pants, matching platform heels and a loose tan crop top revealing the rapper's bra underneath. Artist Anaya Lovenote joined Chanel, with West Coast suggesting that the two may be collaborating.

"Working on something fire with @anayalovenote," Chanel wrote as the two danced to music.

Slammed Over 'Exploiting' Kobe Bryant's Death

Chanel West Coast in a swimsuit
Chanel West Coast/Instagram

Chanel found herself slammed this week as trolls took the star's mention of NBA All-Star player Kobe Bryant out of context. Chanel had referred to the basketball icon after dedicating her new "Black Roses" track to the passing of 41-year-old Kobe. The Los Angeles Lakers player died last month alongside his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others when their helicopter burst into flames in Calabasas, California.

Chanel was in no mood to tolerate the haters, taking to social media to defend herself.

Claps Back: 'It's About Love...Get The Message;

Kobe Bryant with daughter Gianna
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Chanel responded:

“The song is about showing love to your loved ones before they are gone,” Chanel began, explaining the relevance of her track and the athlete’s untimely death. “It was Kobe’s memorial today and my friend just died as well. This song ain’t about me or you, it’s about spreading LOVE."

"Wake up and get the message," she added.

Chanel also mentioned that she is currently grieving the loss of her childhood friend Nicole Dubos – the rapper recently attended a celebration of life gathering to honor Nicole passing as a result of substance abuse.

Chanel Had Marked Kobe's Death

Chanel West Coast with Kobe Bryant
Chanel West Coast/Instagram

Chanel was amid the many celebrities taking to social media to mark the January death of Kobe and his daughter. Chanel did just this on January 26, posting a photo of herself with Bryant.

’I'm beyond sad right now. Aside from being an absolute legend you were the nicest and sweetest person ever. One of the few guests I was genuinely star struck and nervous to meet on our show. Growing up in LA all I have ever known since childhood is the impact you have had on our city. So many young boys and girls look up to you and your dedication to not only basketball but to the kids was so admirable! We changed our set to match the colors of your children’s book “The Wizenard Series: Training Camp” and seeing how excited you were first hand to present this great book for kids to the world made me see why you were the legend you were..." she wrote.

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