Teyana Taylor celebrated the 4th of July holiday in color; she rocked a brightly colored mini swimwear that left little to the imagination at a beach in Miami.
When it comes to wearing very little, singer, actress, and model, Teyana Taylor is well known for it, and during the 4th of July, holiday, she stripped down to her swimwear.
Taylor rocked a brightly colored two-piece outfit from the Guess x J Balvin Vibras Collection, as she took advantage of the summer weather at South Beach, Miami.
The singer accessorized with silver jewelry made up of several neck chains and mismatched earrings, which she didn’t take off when she went into the water.
The actress was not alone on her trip to the beach; she was in the company of her NBA shooting guard husband, Iman Shumpert, and their 3-year-old daughter, Junie.
While the little girl stayed away from the water, her parents packed on the PDA with kisses as they spent time in the water together. The visit to the beach in Miami was the third the family-of-three has had in three days.
They visited the West South Beach a day earlier and spent their time there playing games. The outings also gave Taylor a chance to show off her famous toned abs and great body.
The R&B crooner once said that she does not eat vegetables to stay slim, and she also shuns the gym and weights. According to the 28-year-old mum, weights equal to muscles for her, and while she loves looking trim and fit, she does not want to look like a bodybuilder.
Instead, the “Issues” singer exercises by dancing; Taylor has a website, FadetoFit, where she streams videos and dance workouts. In her view, some people get intimidated at the thought of going to the gym and prefer to workout in the comfort of their home.
The routine has worked for the Ford model, and she does it every day, without complaints. Another thing the “Hold On” singer does not complain about is motherhood.
The mum-of-one has settled into the role, so much so, that she’s determined to teach Junie that she is “Magic, beautiful, and smart.”
Taylor takes her role seriously, and often says that being a mum changed her speech and thought process, as she had to do things differently once it dawned on her that she was living for much more than herself.