Megan Thee Stallion revealed her new bikini range for Fashion Nova (Picture: Instagram/ theestallion)
Megan Thee Stallion has revealed her new shoot for Fashion Nova, featuring a host of bold bikinis to kick off hot girl summer in style.
The rapper, 26, whose real name is Megan Jovon Ruth Pete, revealed her latest collection of swimsuits for the fashion brand with
Megan donned a host of styles around a pool, matching a black shiny bikini set with PVC gloves, heels and a diamond bracelet and choker.
The Body star also posed next to a pink Fashion Nova refreshment cart in a matching candy pink thong bikini while models posed around her in orange and green sets with visors.
Megan also shared a video of her modelling more of her beachwear on Instagram, proving the designs were even twerk-proof as she bust a few moves around her house.
She joked:: ‘Heavy. My swim collection with @fashionnova is out now! Head to their website to get these looks (this a** not included).
We can get on board with wearing stilettos with a bikini if it looks this good (Picture: Megan Thee Stallion / Instagram)
Sadly a butt like this does not come with the bikini (Picture: Megan Thee Stallion / Instagram)
The rapper made her design inclusive for all shapes and sizes (Picture: Megan Thee Stallion / Instagram)
She added: ‘GOOD MORNINGGGG HOTTIES. Megan Thee Stallion x Fashion Nova is HERE. My second collection is has Thee HOTTEST swimsuits for all shapes and sizes for this mf HOTGIRL SUMMER.’
Megan has been working with the fashion brand since 2020, creating collections for Fashion Nova as well as working on giveaways with them too.
She said in a statement that the designs she had created where inclusive of all body shapes: ‘We worked hard to make sure all the sexiest pieces, for all body types, were in this collection. I am so excited to get my hotties ready for summer.’
If anyone knows how to pull off a skimpy look, it’s the three-time Grammy award winner, who has never shied away from a daring red carpet or music video look.
We’ll take one in each colour.
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