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September 27, 2018

Teyana Taylor turns up the heat with her enviable body in reptile-print bikini

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Teyana Taylor recently sent pulses racing with a bikini photo that easily qualifies her as the physical illustration of “Body Goals.” While fans and followers drooled over her impressive physique, the singer insists healthy eating is not something she observes.

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Taylor, 27, sizzled in a reptile-print two-piece bikini that left little to the imagination. Her chiseled abs and toned thighs made for both an eyeful and fitness inspiration as the Harlem native leaned against a giant rubber duckie.

The photo, taken during Taylor’s Bahamas vacation, is only one of the many bikini shots she's been thrilling fans with, following her recent controversial tour.

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Taylor gained more recognition in 2017 after starring in the music video for Kanye West’s hit track, “FADE.” Fans were obsessed with her lean build and dancing prowess, but Taylor shocked the world when she revealed in various interviews that she isn’t a fan of healthy eating. She still eats pancakes and waffles.

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“Wellness sounds like some healthy [expletive]. I eat any and everything,” Taylor confessed last year, and wasn’t ashamed to admit her love for junk food:

“I love flavors; I don’t like textures. It’s hard to take down a vegetable without hearing that crunch. No matter how much I try, eating vegetables is really hard.”

“I love the purple bag of Skittles. I like powdered donuts by Hostess. I like Honey Buns by Little Debbie. I love Hot Cheetos. Cheetos Puffs. I love sour Starbursts. Oreos — the golden Oreos. I love pickles a lot, but I hate relish.”

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So how does the wife of NBA player Iman Shumpert get such a hot body?

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“I dance,” Taylor shared. “I have a dance fitness program called Fade2Fit, where we do live videos of us dancing. We combine dancing and exercise to make it fun and release pressure. You’ll see results in a week. I do it every day, and I have to choreograph it every day.”

She added:

“Some people feel intimidated when they walk in the gym. Some people don’t even want to leave the house. I wanted to make something where you don’t have to leave the house to get a workout and feel good.”

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Shocking, right? But then again, different strokes for different folks.

Taylor and her husband are parents to a two-year-old daughter, Iman “Junie” Shumpert.

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