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Mary J. Blige Posts Age-Defying Bikini Pic for Her 46th Birthday

Avatar • Jan 16, 2017

Mary J. Blige isn’t letting her issue-plagued divorce from Kendu Isaacs keep her down. The day after her 46th birthday, the singer posted a picture to Instagram wearing a bright yellow bikini with the simple caption “#MOOD”.

Photo: Instagram.com/therealmaryjblige

The look is definitely different for Mary J., who usually wears black and stays covered up. Who knew she was working with all of this goodness under those leather jackets and knee boots? We hope to see a lot more of carefree Mary J. Blige in 2017!

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DWO
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DWO

Nice, but Mary it is time to drop the weave.

Rozina Hinds
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Rozina Hinds

Mary, you can do whatever you want to “your” head!

DLS77
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DLS77

Rock it Mary! Show him what he is missing ?

TWA4now
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TWA4now

She looks great!!!!

Lolalao
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Lolalao

She looks fantastic!

Marvellous Marv
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Marvellous Marv

Gwan MJB!

nina
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nina

wow her skin is so beautiful, make me think of this song ” Black is gold ” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vbSgtkT-ks

so
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so

um…ok

ione whitt
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ione whitt

Those implants look real uncomfortable

naia
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naia

OMG she’s over 35 I can’t believe she is still attractive!!! (every article here)

Purple Sound
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Purple Sound

Lol more like every single article featuring a woman who is over 30 smh

Black Girl With Long Hair
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That is not the intent of the posts. It’s a celebration of black women’s unique anti-aging abilities. It’s a celebration of the melanin that keeps our skin buttery soft into our 40s, 50s and beyond.

It is not an exclamation of disbelief at her beauty. But perhaps we can do better in trying to convey why we posts these kinds of pieces.

Incidentally many of these posts are among our most popular. Black women are constantly told that their/our beauty is not enough. We want to celebrate it as being phenomenal.

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