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‘You Won’: Reginae Carter Slays the Internet with New ‘DMX Challenge’

A new social media craze surfaced within the last few weeks and of course “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle” star Reginae Carter left folks going wild over her recent rendition.

The 2000 hit single “What These B–ches Want” created by no other than rapper DMX, has been revived and is taking social media by storm. The song lists off a number of different women the “Get At Me Dog” artist apparently dated and people have taken it upon themselves to show off their various hairstyles for every name.

Carter who’s known for switching up her hairdos on a regular, participated in the challenge and clearly “won” over her fans. She took to Instagram Thursday evening and posted a pieced together video and photo collage of herself in several hairstyles.

Reginae Carter
Reginae Carter. @colormenae/Instagram

She captioned her post, “#dmxchallenge” and her image and videos played as DMX raps in his song, “There was Brenda, LaTisha, Linda, Felicia / Dawn, LeShaun, Ines, and Alicia / Teresa, Monica, Sharron, Nicki / Lisa,” adding a list of other names.

The 20-year-old’s clip drummed over 526,000 views and a mass of fans comments who ogled over her post.

“This my favorite video on the internet right now 😍 Nae killed it”

“The best one I’ve seen 😍 You won boo ❗️”

“@colormenae bomb especially when the said toya you had the bonnet an money like your mom they all fine 😍🤣”

“Girl you won this challenge hands down the best one yet 💁🏾‍♀️ serve em sis”

When it comes to slaying and serving looks, Carter seemingly never disappoints.

She drove social media overboard earlier this week with several videos flaunting her natural beauty, new brown and blond ombré ringlets and casual trendy getup.

Reginae Carter
Reginae Carter. @colormenae/Instagram

Several fans of the reality star have urged her to create a fashion line or brand of her own, showcasing her apparent unique style, but she has yet to do so. She did, however, partner with headwear company New Era in February to model their Super Bowl LIII Women’s 9TWENTY cap, adding that she believes “a good hat collection is essential to complete a stylish wardrobe.”

“Headwear is really something that influences my daily fashion choices,” she told Essence in January. “I may not rock a hat every day, but my collection is large enough that I could if I wanted to! Hats have famously been an accessory for men, but there’s no reason women can’t rock a hat to up their style.”

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