Saweetie displays her VERY ample cleavage in a skimpy black crop top and miniskirt as she enjoys a wild night out with pals in West Hollywood
She always commands attention with her daring fashion ensembles.
And Saweetie put her incredible curves on display as she enjoyed a wild night out with pals at bar Delilah in West Hollywood on Saturday.
The American rapper, 27, flaunted her ample cleavage, taut abs and lean legs in a skimpy black crop top and matching miniskirt.
Turning heads! Saweetie (right), 27, flaunted her cleavage and toned curves in a tiny black crop top and miniskirt as she enjoyed a night out with a friend in West Hollywood on Saturday
The star, real name Diamonté Quiava Valentin Harper, added platform heels, a box clutch, and plenty of bling to the look – including hoop earrings and a crucifix chain.
She swept her extra long platinum blonde locks into a high Barbie-style ponytail, and kept her makeup ultra glamorous.
Saweetie opted for a metallic eye shadow, false lashes, winged liner, heavy bronzer on her cheekbones and a glossy pink colour on her pout.
Tressed to impress: The American rapper swept her extra long platinum blonde locks into a high Barbie-style ponytail, and kept her makeup ultra glamorous
The outing comes after she announced the upcoming release of her latest single Come And Shake That A$$ – Saweetie’s Freaknik on Instagram on Wednesday.
Sharing the album cover art, Saweetie told her fans: ‘SAVE THE DATE! 7/2,’ alongside a flawless snap of her sitting on a pink Honda in a leopard print corset.
Her debut studio album titled Pretty B***h Music is set to drop this summer but in the meantime, she’s enjoyed a string of hit singles such as Tap In, Fast, and Best Friend with Doja Cat.
Glam factor: Saweetie opted for a metallic eye shadow, false lashes, winged liner, heavy bronzer on her cheekbones and a glossy pink colour on her pout
Of the album, Saweetie told Hype Bae last year: ‘The key inspirations behind my new album was being a boss, getting money, loving my family, talking about them more and also just exploring my Filipino roots again.’
She continued: ‘I wanted to do something that highlighted the Filipino culture because I have a couple lyrics that are in Tagalog so I think that’s cool.
‘The “Pretty B*tch” movement came about when I started the “pretty girl tap in” on Twitter.
‘I really like that different types of boys and girls who look different were all tapping in because beauty is unique.
‘We should not all be looking alike but on social media a lot of people are starting to look alike. We need to celebrate our differences.’
Reflecting on her experience of releasing hip hop music as a female artist, Saweetie gushed that her career has been lucrative.
She revealed: ‘My experience as a woman in hip hop and rap has been great. I love getting dressed up, I like getting fly, I like getting my own money.
‘And I feel like music is kinda like the new drug dealers. We make a lot of money from a lot of different things and I’m really grateful to be put in my financial position.’