Whether you're going back to school or returning to work on Tuesday, Labor Day Weekend is officially upon us and there's definitely a lot of fun stuff for you to explore around your city in the next three days. A few people will be celebrating birthdays this weekend, including pop star Bebe Rexha, who has just hit a big milestone in her life. The popular recording artist just turned thirty-years-old and she's celebrating by showing off her body online, proving that thirty is the new twenty. In the photo, she's wearing a black thong and nothing else, doing the splits on the bathroom floor. The ultra-revealing image has been liked over 1 million times in three hours so, clearly, people are feeling it. Body positivity.
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The "Mean't to Be" songstress didn't intend to break the internet when she stripped down to her skivvies and hit a middle split while applying lipstick on a bathroom floor, naturally , but that's just how Bebe rolls these days. So how did the Kodak moment come about? The pop star was preparing for a concert when she said her hairdresser walked in and snapped the candid shot. So I'm going to post it. Please take that down right now. Not happening. My BirthdaySuit Self love.
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