Christina Milian left jaws on the floor after putting her post-baby curves on display and now, fans are wondering if she even had a child one month ago. The 38-year-old gave birth to her second kid, son Isaiah, on January 20 and while she’s been pretty private on social media since she wowed fans when she revealed her unbelievable bounce back body. The “Drop It Low” singer channeled her inner badass while sporting a tight jumpsuit that showcased her sexy curves on Instagram Thursday.
Posting two thirsty shots, Christina Milian looked almost unrecognizable flaunting her tiny waist in the black ensemble which she paired with ponytail braids, red lips, huge sunglasses, and oversized hoop earrings. Leaving fans begging for more, her followers couldn’t get over her post-baby body which appears tight and back to her normal fit self after just giving birth. The mom of two didn’t flaunt her weight loss in the caption. Instead, she used this time to drop a subtle flex.
“Lookin’ like I’m ready to hit the stage.
Fun Fact: When I was a teen I dreamed of being signed to Def Jam.. every cd I owned, every group, rapper or singer I played in my car was majority Def Jam artist. From that point I set my intentions,” she captioned the snap before her subtle brag. “And with my Mom-Manager by my side at 18 I signed my first record deal to be @islanddefjam’s 1st ‘urban pop’ artist. It was a dream come true.” Her fans didn’t pay attention to the caption because they were too focused on her post-baby body.
“Damn! Did u even have a baby?!!!! Lol,” one follower asked her. “The snap back,” complimented another. “How much weight have you lost already? You look amazing,” stated a third. As The Blast reported, Christina Milian and her boyfriend, Matt Pokora, welcomed their first child together just over one month ago. Sharing the very first shot of him on social media days later, the “Soundtrack” star made her adorable birth announcement. “And so we begin. Isaiah 1/20/20,” she wrote. Adding he’s “simply perfect,” Christina Milian told her baby boy, “The world is yours Son,” and signed the message by writing, “Love, Mom & Dad.”