“Pride & Prejudice: Atlanta” actress Reginae Carter is stepping on folks’ neck with her sharp fashions.
The 20-year-old celeb came through slaying this week in some of her most trendy attire, capturing fans’ attention with her debonair fashion choices. She took to Instagram Thursday and shared a photo of herself posing in front of her blacked-out Range Rover.
She was draped in Fashion Nova wear including a sleeveless, khaki crop-top, matching high-waist joggers and black open-toe heels. She kept the accessories to a minimum, only rocking a $3,595 black Chanel purse. She also wore her signature ringlets and natural makeup.
“I am the sunshine mixed with a little hurricane 😘,” Carter wrote in her image caption.
Her post was showered with a mass of compliments.
“Push thruuuuu Nae 🔥 step on they mf neck 😍.”
“Ok ok I see you baby girl ❤️ outfit on point.”
“This outfit is 🔥 ur so gorgeousss glowed tf up best believe that 💯.”
“Stay fly and stand your ground Gorgeous …. You have been raised by a Queen 😍.”
However, not all folks were sold on her fashion and of course bashed the reality star.
“I just can’t get into her looks idk why 🤷.”
“Am I the only one who zoomed into her pinky toe 😂 need new shoes sis.”
It’s safe to say that Carter is no stranger when it comes to criticism. A spat between a social media troll and her mother Toya Wright took place earlier this year after the person urged the star to put on makeup, after posting a bare-face selfie.
“You not ugly but you need make up sis ❤️,” the detractor wrote, triggering Wright to fire back, “She don’t need s–t. She’s beautiful with or without.”
The “T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle” star told BET in 2017 that she often feels pressured being in the media spotlight. She also claims to deal with scrutiny from fans due to her father Lil Wayne‘s musical success.
“I feel like people put pressure on me for no reason,” she said. “They don’t look at me like this little girl growing up, they look at me as Lil Wayne’s daughter and Toya’s daughter growing up. … I still make mistakes. I still do things, like I’m growing up.”