Chelsea Houska‘s stunning summer body got its moment ahead of the weekend. The “Teen Mom 2” star – whose Black Lives Matter headline-making recently saw her unfollowed as she posted about a cute gold blazer over murdered black man George Floyd – received little in the way of complaints as a snap of her was posted to the Lauribelles Instagram. Chelsea, 28, both influences for and has collaborations with the clothing brand. The Fashion Envy Bodysuit donned now sees fans asking: “How is it possible you’ve given birth to 3 kids?!”
Scroll for the photo that saw the MTV face showing off her signature love of denim and a little grunge edge. Chelsea, whose 5.7 million Instagram followers make her the most-followed “Teen Mom,” was seen striking a sideways pose in a light-filled room and backed by a plant as she flaunted her killer figure in tight button-stud jeans with a distressed finish, plus a likewise tight and one-shouldered black bodysuit. Chelsea’s fiery locks were worn down, with her new sunflower arm tattoo also on show.
A caption from Lauribelles read: “A little bit of sass never hurt anyone! ? Link In BioTop: Fashion Envy Bodysuit Jeans: Bessie KanCan.” The photo now largely seeing fans crush over the bodysuit comes amid controversial headlines Chelsea made in early June – as The Blast documented, Chelsea showing off a gold blazer as 46-year-old black man George Floyd’s murder sparked #BLM’s resurgence proved ill-received. “Disappointed and unfollowed,” a fan had written as Chelsea had yet to break her silence.
Chelsea lost approximately 5,000 followers as her Lauribelles promo photo was deemed tone-deaf. “Your privilege is showing” topped comments, with one fan writing: “Imagine having a platform to voice concerns that are going on in with today’s world (the same world your children are growing up in) and using it to post about clothes. #yourprivilegeisshowing #cancelled.” That same weekend, Chelsea addressed the situation, writing: “My heart is absolutely broken for George Floyd and his family. We need to do better.” More below.
Chelsea was back in the news ahead of the weekend for digging back to 2014 on her Instagram as she edited a caption deemed “offensive” by some. The “ling ling” Asian reference shouting out movie “The Hot Chick” has now been edited out to simply show Chelsea’s friend’s IG handle – the photo showed the mom to Aubree, Watson, and Layne with a pal at Christmas. As The Blast documented, many felt the reference not to be problematic as it directly quoted a movie featuring part-Asian actor Rob Schneider. Others, meanwhile, found it unacceptable. Co-star Kailyn Lowry has also made headlines this month for her Hispanic “thug” comment and deleting her Twitter.