Kendall Jenner Gets Cheeky With Thong Bikini Instagram Post
The Maxim Hot 100 star’s 283 million Instagram followers are fired up over the steamy snaps.
Kendall Jenner, arguably the most fashionable member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, has posted a rare assembly of rear-baring snaps for her 283 million Instagram followers to enjoy.
The Maxim Hot 100 star sported a floral thong bikini in the viral, four-pic thirst trap—the New York Post reports that the swimsuit is by celeb-approved swimwear brand Heavy Manners.
The minimalist look was rounded out by shades and a baseball cap branded with her 818 Tequila logo to keep the sun out of her eyes. But in the last, most alluring photo of the bunch, she sheds the sunglasses and hat, then twists her body so her backside remains perfectly in-frame as she looks directly into the camera lens.
“Looking, respectfully,” one user commented.
“Respectfully, that a** needs SPF 80,” another person joked. “Hope you remembered your sunblock, UV rays can be very harmful to our skin.”
Jenner has recently been linked to Puerto Rican pop superstar Bad Bunny, a fact that a third commenter alluded to, writing, “I want to be @badbunny.”
Meanwhile, Jenner’s 818 Tequila label continues to grow, following a wildly successful breakout year in 2021—in which it became the best-selling new spirit of the year, per Nielsen data—and the subsequent launch of a top-shelf Añejo Reserve in 2022.
The spirit brand has faced criticism for allegedly exploiting workers in Jalisco, where its expressions are harvested and distilled. To quell concerns, 818 Tequila recently obtained non-profit certification organization B-Lab’s B Corp status, which ensures high social and environmental standards are upheld.
“From the moment we started this company and the first trip I took to Jalisco, I had said I wanted to make giving back a priority, not only to the local community but the planet at large,” Jenner said in a recent interview with Entrepreneur.
“I wanted sustainability to be at the core of our ethos. For me, it was so important that we were as kind to the earth as possible across our entire production process and supply chain.”