Chole Bailey isn’t the only singing sister serving body on the timeline. Her younger sibling and one-half of their R&B duo, Halle, came through for the ’Gram, and, from the reactions of fans online, she definitely did not disappoint.
On Tuesday, Feb. 23, Halle uploaded several snaps of herself on her Instagram account posing in her wild brown latex bodysuit from the ICY Park collection of Beyoncé’s Ivy Park athleisure brand. The singer wore a light makeup look while her hair was wrapped up in a black headscarf. The “Ungodly Hour” songstress was spotted with one hand placed elegantly on her right shoulder as she posed beautifully in front of a mirror for the sexy selfie.
“Working on my inner beyonce in my #icypark 🤣,” the actress jokingly captioned the post that garnered over 445,000 likes from viewers.
Big sister Chloe was spotted in the comment section, of course, cheering on her sister, writing, “yassssss 😍😍😍😍.” Her comment received over 1,700 like from fans gushing over how the two are always supportive of each other, including one user who wrote, “I love y’all bond!! I would love for my daughter to have a sister bond❤️❤️.”
Meanwhile, others continued to fawn over Halle’s angelic beauty, including one fan who joking wrote, “You know what, take it. Take my lungs.” They added, “I’ve lived long enough.” Another wrote, “Yes officer, this is the woman that stole my wig.”
“We had Halle berry now we Halle bailey,” a third expressed. “I’ve been blessed in my lifetime.” “Halle “coke bottle” Bailey everyone!!!” a fourth wrote.
The “Grown-ish” actress is currently in London filming for the live-action remake of “The Little Mermaid.” As previously reported, back in July 2019, it was announced that the 20-year-old was tapped to star in the Disney production, making it her first big-screen debut. However, Halle’s celebration over the new role was quickly cut short after racist trolls on social media emerged to voice their grievance over the film’s casting decision.
The actress eventually addressed the situation during an interview with Teen Vogue, telling the publication, “We’ve always learned to just keep our heads up no matter the situation.” She added, “No matter what anybody has to say about you … just keep pushing.”