Melissa Riso likely triggered some gasps when she posted an Instagram video of herself rocking a green snakeskin bikini on Saturday. In the clip, the brunette bombshell strikes a series of alluring poses that accentuate her voluptuous curves. She also does some dramatic flips of her luscious black locks, which only adds to the appeal of the video.
The post is a bit of sponsored content for Bang Energy's new line of hemp-infused products called "Stoked." In the clip, Melissa is promoting a flavor called Mango Bango Canablast. Even though the product is prominently featured in the video, it seems that most of Melissa's fans didn't notice it since they focused on complimenting her physical beauty in the comments section.
One fan seems to be tripping over their words in an effort to praise Melissa.
"You look amazing and beautiful and sexy and perfect," the effusive comment read.
Others kept their message short and sweet.
"Absolutely gorgeous," one commenter wrote.
"So beautiful," another added.
Although there seemed to be no sign that she had read them, Melissa is likely used to receiving these types of comments on her Instagram page.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, she received similar feedback when she posted a photo of herself rocking a blue bikini recently. In the comments, some compared her to a mermaid while others just showed their admiration with lots of heart, fire and kissing face emoji, among others.The bikini that Melissa is wearing in her most recent Instagram post is by a company called Meg Liz Swim and the design is called the "Serena." The bikini top and bottom are sold separately on the brand's website, and the cost ranges from $35 to $70 based on whether you buy one or both pieces. One of the most eye-catching aspects of each of Melissa's various bikini photos is the large flowery tattoo that's around her bellybutton. The model explained the origin of the ink in an interview with The Blemish and revealed that it covers a scar she sustained due to a car accident. The accident was very serious, and from the way she tells it, Melissa is lucky to be alive.
"The car I was in crashed into a huge semi-truck going 95," she said. "So I had internal bleeding in my stomach and I broke my spine. The doctors had to cut me open to save my life because I was dying. I'm so thankful to be alive and the doctor said I should have died or been paralyzed."She also added that she's very paranoid about crashing a car ever since that traumatic experience -- who can blame her?