Chloe Bailey can act, she can sing, and boy can she dance!
The older half to the sister singing group Chloe X Halle showed off her hip-swiveling skills on Monday, March 8. The star threw it back with Shakira‘s “Hips Don’t Lie” as she danced in a curve-hugging pair of camo pants and a pink crop top. Her toned tummy was on full display as she busted out a sultry belly dance in time with the music. The TikTok filters make it tough to focus, but it is certainly worth a watch!
Chloe let her long braids drape down one of her shoulders, and she accessorized with big hoop earrings as she expressed her “mood” in her apartment. She simply captioned her video, “hips don’t lie,” and included a cute dancing girl ?? emoji.
Her millions of fans sounded off about how much they enjoyed the clip. “CHLOE WHY AREN’T YOU LETTING US BREATHE?!” one impressed follower commented, while another said, “YALL CANT CONVINCE ME THAT THE BAILEYS ARENT EVERTHINGGGGGGGG.”
Some of her most devoted fans were proud of Chloe for living her life despite what her mentor’s dad thinks about her. “Take that, Mathew Knowles!” one fan commented. They refer to the recent interview that Beyonce‘s dad did, where he dissed Bailey. Mathew appeared on “Leah’s Lemonade” and said that a comparison between his daughter and Chloe is insulting to Queen Bey.
“You’ve got to be kidding me, right? You’re asking me that question?” Knowles responded when the show’s host brought up the comparison. “Are you actually serious that you are comparing that young lady to Beyonce?” He continued, “Are you telling me talent-wise, somebody is an idiot enough to compare her to Beyonce, talent-wise? Are there people saying her talent is equal to Beyonce? They’re idiots. Period!”
Chloe has yet to respond to Knowles’ criticism. Still, her little sister Halle took to Twitter to support her big sis! “how amazing is it that @ChloeBailey is already an icon,” Halle tweeted last week. “i ride for my sister till the enddd okayyyy.”
The diss must be hurtful for the duo because of how much they love and respect Beyonce. In fact, they recently spoke to Rolling Stone and praised the star for being their mentor. “The messages were so empowering,” Halle said when discussing Beyoncé’s and Destiny Child’s music. “It was so inspiring. It made you want to be yourself, and it made you feel confident and free in being a woman.”
i ride for my sister till the enddd okayyyy
— Halle (@HalleBailey) March 5, 2021