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‘Cake Cake Cake’: Fans Are on the Prowl After Seeing Serena Williams Rock Curve-Hugging Dress

There is no doubt that Serena Williams is one of the best tennis players of our time, as well as a “brick house, she’s mighty mighty just lettin’ it all hang out,” even while fully clothed.

The bodacious athletic talent put her figure on display while showcasing an $89 giraffe print dress from her Serena clothing line, sending fans into full swoon mode.

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Serena Williams looks fierce in her animal print dress. @serenawilliams/Instagram

“CAKE CAKE CAKE CAKE”

“Girl!!!! You are built like a BRICK HOUSE!!,” read just a few of the comments on the photo that racked up nearly half a million likes on the ‘Gram.

Williams captioned the photo, “Yes the dress did that. Dress by @serena First day off? 2 naps … A bag of popcorn … and well that sums up my day. No cooking…no cleaning. So back to training tomm @derickpierson.”

“Girl you spreading like corona,” wrote one person taking in the eyeful of curves.

“So beautiful let me get some of that booty,” wrote one woman looking to add onto her assets.

“Yasssss! That print on your skin😍”

While another person wrote, “Yo momma did that actually.”

Conquering her opponents and making history on the tennis court may be Williams’ bread and butter, but she’s long been outspoken about her love for fashion, and it shows in the outfits she wears while dominating her sport.

“I went to fashion school back in the early 2000s. This didn’t just pop up for me. It’s something I’ve literally been doing and designing for my whole life,” said the Olympic gold medalist in 2019 when launching her line.

From dresses, skirts, tops, scarves and bags, the line has something to offer for anyone’s wardrobe needs.

As the 38-year-old put it, the clothes “represent women everywhere—indomitable mothers, daughters and sisters; resilient businesswomen and entrepreneurs; outsiders and underdogs; little girls with crazy dreams and unflinching women of color.”

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