AceShowbiz - Doja Cat continues parading her new body after going under the knife to enhance her features. The hip-hop star has posted new thirst traps on her Instagram Story to show off the results of her recent surgery.
On Friday, April 21, the 27-year-old took to the photo-sharing platform to share the never-before-seen images. In the snapshots, she left little to the imagination as she went braless underneath a see-through white crop top with long sleeves.
The "Kiss Me More" hitmaker also bared her toned abs as she sported low-rise pants. She wore makeup with burgundy lips as she exhaled smoke in one of the photos, letting a cloud of vapor surround her. She completed her smoldering look with orange-tinted sunglasses.
Doja previously posted similar photos on April 17, weeks after she went under the knife to get liposuction and breast reduction. She went makeup free in the NSFW images that saw her taking selfies in front of a mirror. She teamed the racy top with a denim jacket, a pair of huge red slippers and a black-and-white beanie.
Doja revealed in March that she got liposuction and breast reduction. "got my t***ies done and my c**t bedazzled," so she tweeted at the time, before revealing that her new bra size is "32C."
But those were not the only changes that Doja made to her body in the last few weeks. Earlier this month, the Grammy winner unveiled a new demonic tattoo that earned her some criticism. The ink, which is based on a Giovanni Battista Bissoni illustration from Italian philosopher Fortunio Liceti's 1634 book "De Monstruorum Causis, Natura et Differentiis (On the Reasons, Nature, and Differences of Monsters)", features a human-animal hybrid and is placed on her left forearm.
The "So High" songstress then explained the meaning behind her new tattoo by sharing a quote about the "demonic" figure. "Images from the 1665 edition of Fortune Liceti's De Monstris," it read in part. "Originally published, without the illustrations, in 1616. Liceti's work, although not the first on the topic of deformities in nature, was perhaps the most influential of the period. In the wake of the book there was a huge rise in interest throughout Europe in 'monstrosities.': pygmies, supposed mermaids, deformed fetuses, and other natural marvels were put on display and widely discussed, becoming the circus freak-shows of their time."
Doja accompanied the quote with a caption that read, "your fear is not my problem." She also ranted against the haters via her Stories. "F**k you and f**k what you believe b***h," she wrote. "and I f**ked your mom b***h." Further taunting her haters, the raptress said, "satan said thanks for all the buzz," before adding, "goodnight p***y."