Bella Thorne wore a Beach Bunny bikini in a new video and broke the Internet. She has worn the bathing suit before and every time she does fans go crazy. Bella was even compared to Raquel Welch in the white bikini that features gold and pearl hardware and a classic triangle design. Bella often wears pearl necklaces and she made certain to wear layers of the beaded jewelry in the now-viral video.
Bella wore the stunning bathing suit in the video for her song “Stupid F#cking B#tch” that she released on her Only Fans account. The video went viral quickly and now has over 401,000 likes.
The bathing suit that Bella Thorne wore is called the Pretty in Pearls Triangle Top and the Pretty in Pearls Skimpy Bottoms. It features gold hardware on the top straps in addition to strings that tie at the back of the neck. The bikini top retails for about $132.
The Pretty in Pearls Skimpy Bottoms has several strands of gold and pearl hardware on the sides. The bottom provides minimal coverage and the material is shirred. The Pretty in Pearls Skimpy Bottoms retail for approximately $180.
Bella wore her red hair wet and slicked back, away from her face. The pearl jewelry around her neck and on her wrists were the perfect complement to the gold and pearl hardware on the bikini.
Bella stunned in the video that you may see below as she slowly walked out of the water and made her way to the camera. She put her curves on full display and proved to her haters why she broke records when she launched her Only Fans account.
Now she’s proving that people do want to see her content and are willing to pay for it!
You may see the video that Bella Thorne shared with her 23.9 million Instagram followers below.
What do you think about Bella Thorne’s new video? Do you like her Beach Bunny bikini?
Are you looking forward to hearing Bella’s full song “Stupid F*cking B*tch?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.