Chanel West Coast is doing it all over again – keeping Instagram entertained amid coronavirus. The 31-year-old rapper and “Ridiculousness” star has already made headlines over COVID-19 quarantine for flat-out admitting that she was “bored” while showcasing her thong-clad rear in a sizzling, sheer Gucci dress. West Coast also went fully topless bar leather pasties to announce that she was “just out here dodging Corona, like.”
Sunday brought a fresh Instagram story from the MTV face. The vibe was pool-time chill, and the cheeky angle showed zero in the way of clothes.
Chanel’s story was likely a selfie as the star shot herself from an unusual angle – the “Dead Roses” singer had snapped her bare legs from above while sunbathing on a striped lounger overlooking a pool view with pink floaties, plus a backdrop of greenery, palms, buildings, and nearly-clear skies.
Given that the camera cut Chanel off at the thigh, showing only her toned legs and pink-painted toenails, it can be assumed that she was wearing a bathing suit. Nonetheless, the vibe was slightly racy as Chanel opted out of confirming a bikini or swimsuit.
“Keeping my social distance,” she wrote, also adding: “SATURDAY.”
Chanel’s Instagram might no longer showcase her travels as the star stays away from the public, but one thing’s been going strong. West Coast is a regular influencer for Fashion Nova, frequently name-dropping the affordable clothing label in her sexy posts. A recent one showed the brunette flaunting her curves in a tight white crop top with matching yoga pants – a little Louis Vuitton in the background jazzed things up.
Chanel’s caption had mentioned Fashion Nova, but it likewise sent good wishes.
“Happy Saturday! Stay home. Stay safe ? outfit @fashionnova FashionovaPartner,” she wrote.
2020 hasn’t been the easiest for Chanel. Alongside finding herself slammed for a rant calling out fans for not giving her enough Instagram likes, Chanel faced backlash from trolls after she honored the late Kobe Bryant in her (fairly-new) “Dead Roses” track.
Despite having posted a heartfelt tribute to the 41-year-old NBA icon – complete with a photo of herself with him – Chanel faced backlash as trolls accused her of “profiting” off the Los Angeles Lakers player’s passing.
Chanel defends herself. The wave of hate over Kobe and 13-year-old daughter Gianna – along with seven others – passing wasn’t left alone as the rapper clapped back with full force.
“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,” she replied, adding:
“Wake up and get the message.”