Mary J. Blige set off a “bad b–ch” alert with her chic fashions and fierce looks this week.
The Queen of hip-hop soul tentatively broke the internet on Wednesday after she uploaded a thirst trap that showed off all of her assets. The “Just Fine” singer stunted on Instagram in a leopard-print curve-hugging bodysuit that exhibited her “curves” and “thick thighs.”
Blige jazzed her look up with a brown and tan fur coat, a pair of sunglasses and her blond brushed-out mane. She posed fiercely on a what appeared to be a rock and proudly let fans know that “hot girl summer” had come to an end and baddie fall was soon approaching.
“Goodbye #HotGirlSummer. Hello #BadBitchFall,” Blige captioned her post which received over 425,000 likes and 25,000 comments.
“🗣 Bad bihh Alert!! Yesss, Mary 🔥 gone and do that s’–t queen we stan 🙌🏾”
“Werrrkkkk muva 😍😩 damn let me go workout! Looking fierce Mary! !You always slay”
“This don’t make no darn sense 😍 man listen they can have those other women, I WANT MARYJ 🚨🔥 she thicker than a bowl of cold grits”
“Yesssss!!! Auntie mary you better show the tf out period!!🔥 you slay people to death 💀”
Blige is stepping into the fall with a slew of wins. She recently ended her Royalty Tour with rapper Nas and landed a role in a “Power” spinoff.
Blige, of course, became a global star after her debut album “What’s the 411?” was released in 1992, and she was quickly branded as the “Queen of Hip-Hop Soul” for being one of the first few artists to blend hip-hop and R&B successfully.
As for her dating life, she appears to still be single since divorcing her ex-husband and former manager Kendu Isaacs after 13 years of marriage. She told People in June, that she’s currently focused on herself and “enjoying” her own company.
“I think that I realized that no matter what comes to me, no matter how big or bad it is, I have to keep moving, I have to keep living. I said, ‘No, I’m not going to stay in this marriage. I’m out of here.’ That’s what thriving is about,” she said.
“I’m very content, and I’m happy with myself,” added Blige. “I learned to be happy with just Mary, just enjoying my own company, me by myself most of the time. I’m grateful.”