Bella Thorne Wears Sheer Mesh Top On Instagram: ‘Give Me Compliments’

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Bella Thorne shared a provocative series of photos on her most recent Instagram post. On Friday, November 22, the actress uploaded images taken during the PUMA x Balmain gathering created in tandem with the Cara Delevingne LA Launch Event.

In the first red carpet image in the series, Thorne looked away from the camera. Her mermaid-colored hair tumbled down her shoulders in messy, beachy waves. Her eye makeup perfectly matched her tresses with golden shadow on the inside of her eye that blended into a jade green on the outside. The rest of her makeup was minimal with her brows shaped and enhanced, a light blush on her cheeks, and just a hint of rose-colored lipstick on her pout.

In the photos, the focal point was a black see-through mesh tank top designed by Balmain that the star paired with a black bra. She wore a multi-color sports jacket over the top to complete the look in some shots while she shrugged off her shoulders in other images. The way the shirt and jacket were positioned gave fans a glimpse of her simple black heart tattoo, which sat on the front of her left shoulder.

As for her accessories, Thorne wore her trademark septum ring and a number of necklaces that hung down over the mesh tank. The silver baubles included a big cross and a strand of large pearls that shined in the spotlight.

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Bro. Give me compliments ????

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In her caption, the “B*TCH I’M BELLA THORNE” singer made it known that she wanted nice comments from her fans, who delivered.

“You’re stunning Bella,” one fan wrote.

“Smoke show,” another commented, followed by multiple flame emoji.

“You’re so f*cking gorgeous,” another user gushed.

Many commented solely with kissing, flame, and heart emoji.

Thorne has had a love/hate relationship with social media comments, as she noted in her famous 2016 interview with Maxim — and it’s easy to see why she instructed her fans to comment with positivity.

“I used to be upset when I would see the [negative] comments,” she said at the time. “But I’ve started to realize that they may be going out of their way to make people feel bad about themselves because they have their own insecurities.”

Still, Thorne revealed the cyberbullies should relax.

“Sometimes I just want to say, ‘F*ck ’em, get off my socials, dawg,'” she said.

Thorne clearly hasn’t let the haters get her down, as the has continued to post sultry pictures.