Chlöe Bailey is shutting down criticism over her determination to submit a topless picture on social media.
On Tuesday, the “Have Mercy” singer shared a picture of herself carrying a blond wig and masking her naked chest along with her arm, resulting in disapproving reactions from some Twitter customers. Bailey responded by encouraging her followers to have a good time everybody’s our bodies.
When one consumer requested if she posed topless for consideration, the singer replied: “do you see my nipples? no. we all have the same body parts, not that big of a deal. let’s celebrate ourselves.”
In a tweet Wednesday, Bailey clapped again at an individual who tried to insult her bodily look.
“Like you would have a chance,” she wrote with a laughing emoji.
Bailey, who has been scrutinized for embracing her sexuality earlier than, usually speaks out in regards to the significance of celebrating her physique.
Throughout an interview with In The Know from January, Bailey mentioned she believes embracing her sexiness is a type of self-love.
“We can love ourselves as much as we want to love someone else. In most relationships, you express love through sex. Why can’t you do that with yourself and love yourself?” she mentioned on the time. “Why can’t you be sexy for yourself? Why is it only okay when you’re sexy for another person that you’re in a relationship with?”
She added: “Be in a relationship with yourself. That’s what self-love is.”
Bailey, who began her profession making music as a duo with sister Halle Bailey, launched “Have Mercy,” her debut solo single, in September 2021. Her newest single — “For the Night,” that includes Latto — was launched final month.