Camila Cabello Sets Internet Abuzz With 'First Internet Nude' to Mark 23rd Birthday

The 'Senorita' hitmaker has garnered bunch of reactions as she takes to Instagram to share a throwback photo of her without a top in order to celebrate turning 23.

AceShowbiz - Camila Cabello is attracting attention with her cheeky birthday post on social media. A few hours before turning 23 years old, the "Senorita" hitmaker set the online world abuzz by sharing with fans her "first internet nude."

On Monday, March 2, the former member of Fifth Harmony uploaded a throwback photo of herself wearing nothing but a blue blanket. She, however, seemed to be only a couple-of-month-old in the picture. "I'm 23 in a few hours so I'm posting my first internet nude," she jokingly wrote in the accompanying caption.

Cabello's post prompted her friends to send her best wishes. Among those are her "Mi Persona Favorite" collaborator Alejandro Sanz who wrote, "happy birthday my little and talented, and kind, and hummble sister...and yesss...... beautiful." Author Robert M. Drake replied, "Omg you were the cutest baby ever!!! And happy birthday baby boo!! Hope you get what you deserve."


Cammila Cabello's collaborator Alejandro Sanz responded to her cheeky post.


Author Robert M. Drake commented on Cabello's post.

Mexican actress Consuelo Duval also sent the "Havana" singer a warm message in Spanish. "God bless you, beautiful, during every second that you breathe!!" she gushed in the comment section of her post. "Thank god you were born!!"


Consuelo Duval also chimed in.

Cabello's cheeky post came out just days after her former bandmate Normani Kordei called her out for taking too long before apologizing for her past racist posts. "It took days for her to acknowledge what I was dealing with online and then years for her to take responsibility for the offensive tweets that recently resurfaced," Normani said. "Whether or not it was her intention, this made me feel like I was second to the relationship that she had with her fans."

Though admitting that Cabello's racist slurs "was devastating" since it "came from a place that was supposed to be a safe haven and a sisterhood", Normani wanted the younger singer to learn from it. "I don't want to say that this situation leaves me hopeless because I believe that everyone deserves the opportunity for personal growth," she noted. "I really hope that an important lesson was learned in this."

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