The 31-time-year-old Meant To Be singer was makeup free as she stepped out of the popular juicery,
As she strutted back to her car rocking a black tank top and leggings, the star walked her adorable rescue dog Bear, who she adopted back in 2016.
Casual: Two-time Grammy nominee Bebe Rexha went makeup-free while picking up food at Kreation Organic in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon
While baring her glowing complexion, Rexha kept her hazel eyes hidden under a pair of black aviator sunglasses and blonde hair in a messy bun.
Earlier in the day, she gave her 10.7 million Instagram followers a look at how she maintains her toned physique while riding her Peloton bike.
After working up a sweat during Alex Toussaint’s class, the beauty filmed a video of herself drenched in sweat with the caption: ‘Okayyy.’
Stepping out: After stepping out of the popular juicery, the 31-time-year-old Meant To Be singer was seen carrying her food in a large brown bag
In June, Rexha promoted body positivity with a TikTok video of herself rocking a navy blue lingerie set before reminding fans that her weight is ‘no one’s business.’
Towards the latter end of her TikTok clip, Rexha revealed that she is a healthy 165lbs, a weight that she wants to ‘normalize’ going forward
As Rexha danced around to Nicki Minaj’s infectious track Good Form in her living area, text reading, ‘How much do you think I weigh,’ appeared above her.
Fit: Earlier in the day, she gave her 10.7 million Instagram followers a look at how she maintains her toned physique while riding her Peloton bike
Active: After working up a sweat during Alex Toussaint’s class, the beauty filmed a video of herself drenched in sweat with the caption: ‘Okayyy’
As she got closer to the camera, showcasing her ample bust, Bebe confidently typed that her weight is ‘no one’s business. Cause I’m a bad b**ch no matter what my weight.’
She spun for the camera and let a fan blow around her softly curled tresses, before proudly revealing her weight by writing: ‘But let’s normalize 165 lbs.’
‘Feeling like a bad b**ch today,’ captioned the Meant To Be singer, who shared the body positive clip with her 6.4million TikTok followers.
Confident: For the post, the singer-songwriter slipped her curvy frame into a navy blue lingerie set
Lovely in lingerie: Bebe’s gorgeous lace lingerie, consisting of a bustier top and thong-style panties, was from her recent collaboration with intimates brand Adore Me
Bebe’s post has amassed over 1 million likes and 8.8 million views.
Nearly 30,000 comments were left on Rexha’s lingerie-clad clip, with many fans thanking the songstress for combating Hollywood’s often rigid beauty standards.
‘After knowing bebe shares our body type I feel so much better,’ wrote one appreciative follow, while another stressed that Bebe’s content is ‘what we need on this app.’
No one’s business: Bebe confidently typed that her weight is ‘no one’s business. Cause I’m a bad b**ch no matter what my weight’
Normalize it: She spun for the camera and let a fan blow around her soft curled tresses, before seemingly revealing her weight by writing: ‘But let’s normalize 165 lbs’
Rexha’s body positive posts also exist on her Instagram page.
‘I WANNA SEE YOUR REAL BODIES. YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL. THICK. SKINNY. CELLULITE. STRETCH MARKS. FOLDS,’ captioned the star in April, while modeling a black one piece suit and a makeup-free face.
She encouraged her followers to send her ‘NO PHOTOSHOP BULLS**T’ videos of themselves, which she later reposted onto her page.
On all platforms: Rexha’s body positive posts also exist on her Instagram page, which is followed by nearly 11million people; Bebe pictured on June 18
Speaking to Health in 2020, Bebe admitted that she ‘went through a point of really not liking myself’ and that she can sometimes slip back into a negative mindset.
‘I still have my moments — but I just started trying to be nice to myself and doing things every day,’ she explained, seemingly referring to sharing her unfiltered body on social media.
While speaking of the pressures to be super thin, she said: ‘I see pop stars who are super thin. I could definitely get there.’
‘I’ve done it before, where I was 120-something pounds—and I was just miserable. I was always cold, never eating,’ the performer recalled.