‘The Way You Swing It Side to Side’: Alexis Skyy Teases Fans with ‘Silhouette Challenge’

The Silhouette Challenge is taking over TikTok and Instagram by storm. Celebrities like Tiffany Haddish and Chloe Bailey have done it and gotten plenty of nods of approval. Now Instagram model and entrepreneur Alexis Skyy is ready to take this challenge on, and it is right up her alley when it comes to the content she likes to put out.

Skyy is not one to shy away from the opportunity to show her body, so doing the Silhouette Challenge is a trend she was not about to miss out on. Typically, the participant of the challenge comes on camera with the lights on, showing their face and what they’re wearing. Then the lights go off, and the background is illuminated, usually with a red light, and all viewers can see is the shape of the participant’s figure. However, doing her own version of the trend, Skyy appeared on camera already stripped down, with the lights off and her background lit up.

Alexis Skyy does the “Silhouette Challenge.” (Photo: @alexisskyy_/Instagram)

Teasing her fans, and trying to make an extra coin, she revealed in a Jan. 31 clip that she will only “turn the lights on when you subscribe 😂😎 link in bio.”

The 26-year-old left some of her fans hypnotized as she twerked from side to side.

One said, “The way you swing it side to side >>>>,” and someone else said, “U showin off 😍😍😜😍💦.”

Other watchers were determined not to be fooled by Skyy’s attempt to make some money.

“Lol and when u turn the lights on u have on a damn bra and pantie set ain’t nobody dumb😂😂😂 nice try,” said one person.

Another added, “It’s folks editing these videos they gone turn the lights on without ya help,” revealing that there is a new way people have discovered how to take off the red light and see what the participants have on.

Someone else just plainly stated, “Umm we seen u before it’s noting new js 🤷🏼‍♀️🤣.”

When it comes to TikTok challenges, Skyy already has attempted the “Buss It Challenge,” so time will tell what she decides to take part in next.

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