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Queen Minaj The {Ama 2000s} President Causes A Stir

Queen Minaj The {Ama 2000s} President Causes stir

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With a unique outfit, Limpopo girl, Queen Minaj(20) is making rounds on socials after she pulled thousands of the crowd closer to her in Pretoria, attredgeville.

She was in a halfnaked clothing where shoppers had to stop whatever they were doing and followed her throughout. 

They also demanded to take pictures with her.

"When walking around with confidence, half naked doesn't emphasize that I'm selling my [email protected]! At all no- She said.

Queen Minaj explained that she can afford her self hence she's always looking stunning in her unique outfit, and will walk around with a g-string in another town.

" I can afford my self as a youmg business woman, I have sex on my own time, 2 two months I do spent without intimacy as I don't chow many men.

How many times during this year's super hot and humid summer did you just wish you could strip all of your clothes off to cool down?

Well, it turns out being naked may not only be more comfortable but healthier as well. Some experts say that donning your birthday suit more often can help with myriad physical and psychological problems.

So how do you reap the benefits?

Now that you've got an easy way to get a better night's sleep and lose some body fat, how about smoothing out your skin? Restrictive clothing and undergarments often leave indentations and marks all over our bodies, leading to drying and wrinkling of the skin.

"Going naked is great for healthy skin," plastic surgeon and skincare expert Dr. Michael Fiorillo told us. "It helps the elimination of sweat toxins that clothing can reintroduce to the body and better overall blood circulation."

With your sleep, skin and supplements taken care of, there's of course the mental component to embracing your nude body. "Spending time in the nude is a great way to get in touch with your body," Dr. Jenn Mann, relationship expert and creator of the "No More Diets" app, told us. "Most people in today's society are so disconnected from bodily sensations and this could help."Dr. Mann believes more time in the buff can help women battle body image issues. "Being in the nude reduces shame," she added. "You can work on self acceptance and that can be very healing."

So take this as permission to let loose and ditch those clothes — after all, it's good for your health!

Dr. Lance Brown, a dermatologist in NY, agreed, adding, “Wearing restrictive clothing can cause excessive sweating which may lead to inflammation of the skin follicles, rashes and breakouts. Going bare gives your skin a chance to breathe.” On tv interview.

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