Chanel West Coast took less than 30 minutes to be told: “Sun’s out cheeks out” today. The 31-year-old rapper and “Ridiculousness” star posted a blazing-hot boomerang of herself boarding a private jet on Thursday – doing it in Daisy Dukes and being shot from below didn’t leave much to the imagination for Chanel’s 3.8 million followers. West Coast has mostly stayed low-key since the May 25 murder of black man George Floyd, even announcing that she’d be taking a “break.” The bombshell is back, though.
Scroll for the video clocking Chanel over 70,000 views in under 45 minutes. The MTV face didn’t indicate where she was headed to, although she was definitely doing it in style, seen holding a luxury Louis Vuitton holdall as she flaunted her killer body in a skimpy and black-strapped top and frayed Daisy Dukes while stepping up towards a private jet. Runways are windy – no two ways about it – with the LOL Cartel founder’s hair blowing in the wind as the sun also beat down on her.
West Coast – who’s had her bikini photos trashed this year after fans accused her of having a “puffy” face that looked like it was “on steroids” – received little, if any, complaints as her post went live. The rapper captioned her stunning post: “We out ✈️✌?? Go like & comment on my last post too! ?.” The instruction to “like” a past post may well tie into Chanel’s 2020 rant over not getting enough likes from her followers. Keep scrolling for her topless “Dodging Corona” photo.
It was the thumbs-up all around. “I would ❤️ to be walking behind you getting on that plane. ???,” one fan wrote. Meanwhile, another said: “Get it girl !! Looking ???.” Chanel – who released “No Plans” amid the global pandemic – even had a few fans pumped over her latest IG stories showing her recording new music. The “Sharon Stoned” rapper’s now-viral “Corona Rap” never got an official release, but it didn’t go unnoticed.
Chanel is fully backing the Black Lives Matter movement, having shared posts that included a photo of black and white children hugging one another – “My favorite picture ever. PURE LOVE!” she wrote. Meanwhile, a separate post made the rapper’s views clear:
“If you are racist you can go ahead and unfollow me now. I support black people, and I support ALL people! #BlackLivesMatter does not mean that all lives don’t matter. It does not mean all cops are bad. It is a movement to bring awareness to how many black lives have been taken at the hands of crooked cops!”