The gorgeous bikini and swimsuit photographs of singer Bebe have us green with envy, baby!
Bebe Rexha is a strong vocalist who uses her music as a platform to speak out against irrational beauty standards. Her admirers love her honesty, and songs like “Baby, I’m Jealous” examine self-perception!
Bebe frequently discusses body image when she uploads a picture of herself to Instagram, especially when she’s wearing a bikini or swimming.
During a trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico, in May 2019, the “Me, Myself, and I” singer shared a selfie of herself online wearing a red two-piece with the caption, “Here is what a real woman looks like on Instagram without Photoshop.”
She said at the time, “I definitely should [have] Photoshopped my tummy and made it look flat. I should have possibly improved the appearance of my legs using Photoshop.
I ought to have grown taller and stretched out my legs. Nevertheless, I didn’t. You could be badly treated by society.
Bebe, a singer and songwriter, has talked about how music has helped her grow and take care of herself. She acknowledged being “depressed” at one time in an interview with Self from February 2020, but said that music “had [her] back.” She also offered advice on how to maintain a good view of oneself.
The “Meant to Be” singer said, “I’m always complimenting other people, but the one thing we don’t do to ourselves is give ourselves praises or tell ourselves things about.
“For instance, we ought to keep reminding ourselves of our goals. You could tell people all day long how beautiful they are. Observe your.
Bebe has acknowledged that, despite encouraging people to accept their inherent inner and outer beauty, other professionals in the industry have been critical of her appearance. The singer of “I’m a Mess” revealed that she came under scrutiny before turning 30 because of her online publishing of sexy images.
The Brooklyn native posted a black-and-white Instagram picture of herself in black lingerie in August 2019 with, “I recently had a MALE music executive warn me that I was getting too old and that my brand was’confusing.'” “Due to… ”
I’m a composer, and sharing sexual images on Instagram isn’t what female songwriters, especially those my age, are [supposed] to do. I’m 29.”
Bebe continued by saying that while “guys get labeled as sexy with age,” she was “fed up” and “tired of women getting labelled as ‘hags’ when they get old.”
Anyway, I’m turning 30 on August 30 and, you know what, I’m not avoiding it, she said. I won’t make up my age or sing songs I think would do better commercially because they sound “younger.”
I’m going to take advantage of my advanced age because, well, I’m stronger, smarter, and, TRUST ME, a much better lover than I was ten years ago.