How does it really feel? Chloe Bailey is about to let you know.
The singer not too long ago bought candid on how her sultry social media posts, together with snaps from music video shoots, seashore footage and trend occasions are being scrutinized by the general public.
“A lot of times I’ll be confused,” Chloe informed Latto throughout an interview with Apple Music launched March 30, “because I’m like the things that I post that people will have the most think pieces about, every girl be posting the same thing.”
“And I’m like, ‘Okay so why is it with me a problem?'” she continued. “Or when I do it, it’s forced, it’s contrived.”
The “Have Mercy” artist, who shot to fame at 13-years-old on YouTube along with her sister Halle Bailey, mirrored on the rationale why she thinks the general public reacts in a detrimental means.
“So, I’ve been sitting there, thinking in my head and I’ve come to the conclusion that it is because they are not used to seeing me in that light,” she confessed. “They have grown up with my sister and I since we had our little short baby locks on YouTube and everything.”