Lil Wayne's daughter Reginae Carter shows off her beautiful smile and hourglass figure in a neon swimsuit while at the beach.
Summer is definitely approaching, and Reginae Carter decided to kick it off by heading to the beach while looking her best. The daughter of Toya and Lil Wayne clearly looked as if she was enjoying her time, showing off her floral bikini and matching hot pink wrap skirt. Her caption how she feels about her life, with her just being herself without realizing she's got the best in everything.
"I just been playing. I ain't even notice I was winning"
Reginae has never been afraid to show off her figure, with a lot of the photos on her Instagram feed show her modeling bikinis, swimsuits, and tight clothing.
While her fit body might have been through the process of religiously going to the gym and following a strict diet, she was slammed last year for promoting a dangerous weight loss supplement.
At 19-years-old, Reginae promoted an appetite-suppressing lollipop, even posting a photo of her actually eating it.
“They’re like lollipops, but better. @flattummyco has figured out how to suppress my appetite with freaking LOLLIPOPS. I’ve been keeping a few with me wherever I go, so I always have them close by. Right now you’ll find them in my gym bag, my car, my purse and honestly I have a few in my nightstand for those late-night cravings. I’m already starting to notice my tummy looking a bit tighter and it’s only been a few days! If you guys haven’t already, you need to get your hands on them and #suckonthis. #flattummypops”
Fans were quick to slam Reginae for promoting something that Kim Kardashian once promoted, too. However, they were quick to say that they expected more from Reginae, especially since the product she was promoting creates a culture of making starving oneself a norm.
"Stop scamming sis! A [expletive] lollipop don't make your tummy flat."
"Not you too. Honestly expect better from you. Appetite suppressant lollipops create a culture where we think it's okay to starve ourselves and I refuse to promote or support that."
Reginae never spoke about the issue again, and stopped promoting products such as the lollipop.
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