Draya Michele is turning heads and stopping traffic just by showing off her insane body and doing it in skin-tight and super-tiny leather. The 35-year-old reality star and Mint Swim founder joked that her Saturday street photos were “for business use only,” with her 8.2 million Instagram followers sending her major thumbs-up as soon as the images went live. Draya, who knows a thing or two about business and watched her swimwear empire grow from a $12,000 save-up start to $1 million in 2017, proved what a boss wardrobe looks like. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photos. Draya, who doesn’t just talk the talk, was walking the walk, with multiple photos showing the “Basketball Wives LA” alum out on city streets on looking like pure fire.
The snaps, taken during daytime and seeing masked bystanders in the background, showed Draya crossing a street and wearing a high-waisted black leather miniskirt and matching jacket, with the insanely-tight fabrics clinging to her every curve as a caramel-colored and no-bra tank underneath offset the jet blacks – she also sported heels and a black leather shoulder bag.
Draya, also wearing shades and with her long hair worn down, kept her signature poker face, with the final shot showing a slight head turn – talk about sass. The caption, “For business use only,” suggested the Oh Polly collaborator to be in full $$$ mode, and she’s got reason to. November has seen the star partially selling out of her 8 Other Reasons jewelry collab, with Draya also continuing her Fashion Nova promos, SKIMS influencing, and gear-up for “Doses of Draya” reality series.
Click here for the photos – scroll for more. In summer 2020, Draya announced 10-part docu-series “Doses of Draya” would be coming. The show, airing on streaming platform Zeus, will offer a behind-the-scenes look at the mom of two’s multi-faceted career, with Draya making a statement and telling fans:
“I’ve come a long way, from humble beginnings, and have continued to reinvent myself and evolve my brands over and over. I hope my fans have appreciated my honesty along the way.”
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Draya, who this year made headlines for tipping a waiter more because he was black, added that she’s proud to be partnering up with Zeus, a black-owned business.
“As a woman of color, I couldn’t be more excited to be working with Zeus, a Black-owned streaming service, to share my story, and to let people into my daily life in a way I never really have before,” she said.
Draya’s post today clocked her a sweet 75,000 likes in an hour. Scroll for the thigh-highs and Cheetos binge.