Bebe Rexha is feeling like a BAD B… and she’s letting the world know!
The “Baby I’m Jealous” singer showed off her curves for an empowering TikTok video on Tuesday, June 29. Rexha wore a lacey, dark blue bustier with a pair of matching full-back bottoms as she strutted her stuff for the camera. The pop star included some text that reinforced a positive body image and told everyone to mind their dang business when it comes to her weight… she also called for the normalization of 165 lbs.
@beberexhaFeeling like a bad bitch today.♬ original sound – emm.
The blonde beauty appropriately set her video to Nicki Minaj‘s song, “Good Form,” and typed out a series of questions and statements as she worked her living room runway.
“How much do you think I weigh?” Bebe wrote while giving her followers a really good look. “No ones business,” she added.
“Cause I’m a bad b—h no matter what my weight,” she continued. “But let’s normalize 165 lbs.”
Proud Of Her Natural Body
This isn’t the first time that Bebe has blessed her TikTok follower’s timelines with an empowering, body-positive video. She kept it 100% back in March when she made a video set to Kendrick Lamar‘s song, “Humble.” She humbly showed off her gorgeous flaws (there’s not many) and announced that she was “so f—in sick and tired of the photoshop.”
In all seriousness, Rexha has publicly expressed her struggles with her self-image in the past. In November, she took to social media to show off her curves after the paparazzi snapped some unflattering photos while vacationing in Cabo San Lucas with her boyfriend, Keyan Safyari.
“I want to show you what I really look like,” Bebe explained. “Yes, I got thighs, I got a, but here’s what I fing look like in my bathing suit!” she wrote at the time.
“It’s just really hard because I find it hard to love myself sometimes,” she said. “I got stretch marks, I got cellulite, all of the above but I don’t do surgery.”
Her Beef With Designers
Bebe faced a lot of criticism for her body type earlier in her career, especially from high-fashion designers. She slammed the unnamed dressmakers that told her she was “too big” and refused to fit a dress for the 2019 Grammy Awards. “If a size 6/8 is too big, then I don’t know what to tell you. Then I don’t want to wear your f–king dresses,” she said at the time.
Since then, Rexha has battled the stigma surrounding curvacious women and become an outspoken pioneer of body positivity. We think she always looks fantastic! Her confidence is her sexiest feature!