Jessie James Decker wore two skinny bikinis while vacationing in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico with her girlfriends, flaunting her impressive figure in some stunning Instagram photos.
Jessie James Decker didn’t hold back while on a “#baecation” in Cabo San Lucas with several girlfriends, posting numerous sexy photos on her Instagram feed. The country singer wore a blue bikini with pink trims and other colours in the first photo, showcasing her amazing body as she stood confidently on top of a swing. Jessie posed with her left leg outstretched, holding a plastic beer mug in her right hand and gazing out the window at the Mexican sun, while also wearing a cute straw sun hat and sunglasses.
“Cabo just came out of me,” the 33-year-old captioned the photo, celebrating the fun time she had with the girls while on vacation.
Earlier in her feed, the “Should Have Known Better” singer showed off her impressive buttocks in another tiny bikini. Jessie posed with her back to the camera as she gazed out at the beautiful seaside, pointing her fingers in peace and enjoying the sun in this photo.
The mother-of-three showed off her stunning figure in a black thong bikini, accessorizing with a beige sun hat and tying her sun-kissed locks into a ponytail. “Sun out [sic]…” she wrote in the caption, implying the other, more cheeky, part of the phrase, aka “buns!”
The cute and confident photos come after the “Flip My Hair” singer went through a rough patch after being humiliated on Reddit by internet users. The singer revealed she was moved to tears by the online comments, posting a moving video on her Instagram Stories. “They’re apparently talking about how much fat I have and how square and horrible my body looks,” she told PEOPLE. “It’s pretty terrible, and I can’t believe it’s happening in the world again, like people are doing it.”
Jessie then called the Reddit thread “disgusting,” reminding fans that she was a “human being” and that the humiliating comments had “hurt” her. “It’s not nice to be harassed, bullied, or torn apart.” “I hope my daughter doesn’t grow up in a world where people treat her this way, because it’s wrong, and I believe we can all do better,” she added.