The Xscape singer recently met up with the winners of her “I Fukn Love U” challenge that she held on social media a few months ago. The group hung out in Atlanta together, and Harris showed up looking absolutely gorgeous. She sported an orange “Good Vibes Only” graphic T-shirt, black distressed jeans, open-toe thigh-high boots, and a black waist bag.
Harris wore her hair in loose brunette curls and opted for a simple makeup look, including a nude lipstick. She wrote in her Instagram caption on Wednesday afternoon, “Almost forgot to post my #IFuknLoveUChallenge winners when they came to Atlanta to kick it with me. I Fukn ❤️ u guys.”
Her post with her contest winners — their challenge was to sing her “I Fuckn Luv U” song to win an evening hanging out in Atlanta with Tiny and her friends — drummed up over 23,000 likes and several fans comments. Although folks fawned over the singer’s post, it was Harris who stole the spotlight with her eye-grabbing look.
“Those Boots Majorgirl Are 🔥 you are looking good you have a glow about your self”
“Everyone off guard in this pic but you. 😂 @majorgirl always looks so beautiful 👠💗”
“Cute MRS TINY 😍😍😍 Is it me or u getting prettier as u age @majorgirl”
“This look 😍 you cute, Queen of the South. That was nice of you. Drop the EP already”
As of late, the 44-year-old mother of four has been focused on her music career. After songwriting and singing with her group Xscape for more than 25 years, she’s decided to branch off on her own and work on her first solo project.
She released her single “I Fuckin Love U” in early May and finished up her EP, although it has yet to be released. During a listening party in April, she explained why she wanted to release her solo project.
“Sometimes its harder to branch out from what they [the fans] know. … I thought, maybe if I create something different with this new music, maybe they’ll get into it,” said Harris.
The “Just Kick It” singer’s post comes weeks after she was allegedly robbed of $750,000 worth of jewelry on Oct. 6. She and T.I. were working with the Atlanta Police Department at the time to find the supposed culprit. Police said there was no signs of forced entry or damage to the vehicle from which more than three-quarters of a million dollars of goods were reported stolen.