Beyonce has got it all literally and does not mind showing it off anyway. The pop singer constantly treats fans with jaw-dropping pictures on social media, leaving fans amused with her beauty. As Queen B owns brand ‘Ivy Park’, she’s often caught turning model for the brand. In a picture shared on social media recently, Beyonce has turned quite the model for Ivy Park and looks sexy as she rocks a sexy maroon coloured sweatshirt bodysuit. The picture Beyonce is a true winner.
On Instagram, Beyonce’s latest picture for Ivy Park in collaboration with a popular sports brand is winning hearts. In the picture, Beyonce is seen sporting a cool maroon-coloured IVY Park sweatshirt bodysuit and leaves us asking for more. With the pop singer’s picture on social media, Queen B literally has our eyes popping as she shows off her back elegantly with her back facing picture. In the picture, Beyonce is killing us with her lust-filled eyes and strikes a pose comfortably playing along with her long tresses. Also Read: Jennifer Lopez And Beyonce’s Oscar Snub Infuriates Wendy Williams; Says They Were ‘Robbed’ By ‘Jealous Bougie B*tches’
As the Lion King star poses for the camera, Beyonce’s picture with her flaunting her butt with the Addidas shoe perfectly dropping down on her leg is making us sweat right away. Beyonce also rocks a cool pair of maroon Ivy Park boots and looks quite the diva.
Many fans also took to the picture to leave their comments. One fan wrote, “Sis gone make me have a heart attack,” while another commented, “she just kicked Kanye's ass damn Queen B.” A particular fan also called Beyonce, “Bomb.”
Meanwhile, after the Oscars 2020 nominations have been announced, Serena William took a dig at the Oscars snub for not having Jennifer Lopez and Beyonce for their stellar performances. At the recently held Golden Globes Awards 2020, Queen B made a stylish appearance with Jay Z.
Image source: Instagram/ Beyonce
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