Bebe Rexha is proudly showing off her curves just in time for summer.
In the first two photos, Rexha wears the swimsuit paired with a black midi skirt with flounce hem before revealing the entire suit as a “little gift” for her more than 10.5 million Instagram followers.
“Together the world could be ours,” she captioned the post. “Swipe for a little gift.”
The photos were quickly met with swooning fans, praising the songstress for her sultry vacation look.
“You are so beautiful,” one Instagram user replied. “Go off, hourglass queen! We love to see it.”
“You look amazing,” another person wrote. “Body goals!”
“Seriously? Body goals. More content like this, please. Thank you for keeping it real,” someone else commented. “Don’t listen to a single one of these haters. You are beautiful and if you’ve got it, flaunt it.”
“You look amazing, girl!” added another.
Rexha has been advocating body positivity for years and has repeatedly spoken out against body shamers.
In June 2021 she shared a message on TikTok, urging her followers to normalize different sizes and weights.
“How much do you think I weigh?” Rexha wrote across a clip of herself dancing in lingerie to Nicki Minaj’s song, “Good Form.”
“No one’s f—-ing business,” the text read. “Cause I’m a bad b—— no matter what my weight. But let’s normalize 165 lbs.”
Rexha previously opened up to People, about feeling a responsibility to represent women of all sizes.
“As a woman who wasn’t the cookie-cutter pop-star, I hope to inspire women to love their bodies and feel beautiful at any size,” she said.
The singer revealed that she had been told that “nobody likes a fat pop star” which left her deeply troubled.
“[That] f—-d with my head, because they made me believe that I was nothing unless I looked a certain way,” she said.
Although the singer likes to focus on being healthy, she no longer feels tied to being a certain size.
“I don’t deprive myself. I just don’t think that’s fun,” she told Women’s Health of her diet. “I can be very clean. When I try to be healthier, it’s no bread; no cheese or dairy, except in coffee; no sauces.”