The reality TV star proved why she’s deemed one of the “baddest” chicks on the ‘Gram and flaunted her eye-grabbing beauty all over social media this week. She took to Instagram on Wednesday evening and shared a photo of herself posted up in Paris, France, according to her geo-location.
In the image, she sported a khaki-colored bodysuit, white and brown miniskirt, a pink fanny pack and cat-eye sunglass frames. The television personality also debuted her new hairstyle, wearing blond ombré tresses. Her post racked up more than 51,000 likes within 13 hours of her posting the photo.
Lee added in her caption, “I just wanna post up with you without getting posted with you, can we chill the Grown way?” Her fans bombarded her page with a shower of compliments.
“I freakin LOVE you!!!! @tommiee_ 😍🔥 that caption is everything. Real grown woman shit”
“Bae looking good 😘 and that wig is bomb af 🔥 Wish I can sit with you 😍 reminds you of sumn… 🤤 yum”
“Yeessss wife.. caption.. body… Everything 😍 you so fine omg 😍”
“You look BOMB, Bomb, bomb 👑💙 that’s right!! Keep up the good work oh the wig 🔥 it’s dope asf!!!!”
Although, Lee’s latest look was praised by fans, her recent red carpet ensemble received the very opposite reaction.
The “LHHATL” alumna attended the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards on Saturday, Oct. 5 and left a sour taste in folks’ mouths with her unconventional fashion style. She showed up wearing a light blue bustier, white joggers, pastel yellow Chanel flats, yellow tulle gloves adorned with purple flowers, black sleeping mask and a multi-colored umbrella.
She instantly received criticism.
“Why tf did Tommie wear sweat pants to the BET awards?” one Twitter user wrote at the time. “She pulled up to BET looking like she was granted day release.”
Another said, “Now Tommie you BETTER have not paid a stylist for that ensemble you really went to the BET Hip Hop Awards in.
Lee addressed her naysayers in a now deleted video earlier this month and wrote, “Y’all Gotta kno idgaf 😂 who funeral y’all was going too hard lmao #BET2019#tommieshit “HipHop” awards.”