Bella Thorne just snagged herself over 100,000 likes in under 20 minutes, posting a flawless and very leggy set of snaps by a window. The 23-year-old actress, singer, and “Life of a Wannabe Mogul” author updated her Instagram on Monday with low-key promo for her new “Lonely” single, but this girl’s always eyeing up the next thing. Bella was alerting fans to the December 4 release of “Stupid F-cking B-tch,” with followers also encouraged to shop her merch. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photos. They come as Bella also promotes her new “GIRL” flick – this, in the wake of #1 successes including “Infamous” and Netflix-streamed “The Babysitter.”
The photos, showing Bella on a white-painted window ledge overlooking a golden fall greenery setting, served up the Florida native in all her shapely-legged glory. Bella, wearing tiny boyfriend undies in red-and-white, also sported a baby pink sweater with “Lonely” on it, with her long red hair worn tousled and down her shoulders.
Bella, who also cheekily teased a sweater raise with her hands, took to her caption, writing: “Lonely merch live and #SFB in 4 days,” adding a long string of hand-waving emoji.
Quick to leave a like was Italian pop star boyfriend Benjamin Mascolo, with the hunk just today also appearing on Thorne’s stories in a cute couples snap. Bella has also been shouting out another Thorne. Sister Dani designed the “Lonely” merch, with a video showing the former Disney star’s younger sibling shared to her IG.
If you aren’t up-to-date, Bella caused a massive scandal this summer by signing up to adult subscription site OnlyFans. The join, both crashing the site and earning Bella $1 million in 24 hours, sparked outrage as Bella was charging $200 for nudes that weren’t nude, but it was the platform’s some 750,000 content creators who really proved bugged out.
Bella, accused of damaging the incomes of sex workers, faced yet more scrutiny after OnlyFans introduced a $100 tipping cap following her join.
Bella, who issued an apology to sex workers as she defended her presence on OnlyFans, maintained that she was trying to normalize the industry.
“I wanted to bring attention to the site, the more people on the site the more likely of a chance to normalize the stigmas, And in trying to do this I hurt you. I have risked my career a few times to remove the stigma behind sex work, porn, and the natural hatred people spew,” the actress wrote on Twitter.