Taraji P. Henson just lit the internet on fire after posting the hottest bikini picture you have ever seen, and she is not holding anything back! You have to see this…
The legendary actress posted the smoking hot photo on Instagram, where she is sporting what looks to be a new skimpy bathing suit.
“Feeling like #Ariel STAY SAFE!!! Oh and I did my own hair. K byyyyyyeeeee ?????” she captioned the photo!
But, in the picture, it’s a little hard to focus on her hair!!
“You are gorgeous,” one person said after seeing the shockingly hot photo.
In the pic, Taraji is standing in her bedroom wearing the strappy number and posed down showing off all of her curves! She is RIPPED — and it looks like she has spent most of her quarantine time working out!
Of course, the photo is melting down Instagram and her fans are going wild. “????????? #AintGodGood ✊?✊?✊?✊?✊?✊?✊?✊?✊?” one pumped-up fan posted. Another added, “Slay ???Queen ??
This picture is so hot, all a few people could muster up is “DAMN!”
We should point out, we agree with her…the hair is on point! “That hair got you acting different, I’m here for it get spicy ?” one fan commented.
As you know, Taraji is a smart, talented, and all-around great person too, so it makes this picture that much hotter!
“Damn THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. You’re an icon and my role model Miss Taraji,” a person posted. We couldn’t agree more.
Taraji is spending part of the time under quarantine helping others — like we said she is amazing — by starting a campaign to help black people who are disproportionally affected by the virus.
The actress launched a service that will allow access to free therapy during the outbreak.
“Anxiety and stress builds up quickly with so many changes every day and if you’re anything like me, you need somebody to lean on, to talk to, to help manage your anxiety,” she said in a recent Instagram video.
Adding, “But I also know it’s not easy for everyone to just pick up the phone and call a therapist, because who’s going to pay for it?”
Henson is operating the campaign through The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation, which is named to honor her father who suffered from mental health issues after serving in the Vietnam War.
You can access the free therapy on their website…HERE!