Singer Halle Bailey Claims Her Butt Grew 6 INCHES . . . From Doing SQUATS Not SURGERY!! (PICS)

Halle Bailey, 22, has been in the gym for the past six months, working hard on her fitness game.

And now, Media Take Out has learned the singer has been telling those close to her that her glutes have grown about 6 inches naturally. She claims that this body transformation is completely natural — and doesn’t involve surgery.

Yesterday she posted two selfies taken in the mirror during a workout showing her curvaceous butt in a pair of olive spandex shorts. “Very proud of my achievements,” she wrote in the caption, even flexing her arm muscles for the camera in the second snap.

The Little Mermaid actress has been busy lately, most recently appearing on stage with her big sister Chloe Bailey at the Essence Festival in New Orleans.

We have to admit, the gains are quite noticeable. This is how he looked before:

Halle is a singer and actress. She is best known for being one half of the musical duo Chloe x Halle along with her sister Chloe Bailey, and has received five Grammy nominations together since 2018. Her role as Skyler Forster on the television sitcom Grown-ish earned her a nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series at the 2020 NAACP Image Awards, and she will portray Ariel in the upcoming live-action Disney film The Little Mermaid .

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