Shenseea knows exactly how to turn on her fanatics with her photos!
The Dancehall artist recently shared several hot candid photos of herself with a suggestive caption.
“Candid but…to how me fluffy like sheet spread,” she wrote beside her photos while giving props to Perfect Image Photography on Instagram.
In the photographs, Shenseea is seen sporting a blue denim jacket and a tight white short shorts, along with a white crop top.
Her outfit is complimented with a belly piercing, a chain that states “Shenseea” and a pair of gold gladiator high-heel sandal.
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Many overexcited Dancehall fans have flocked Shenseea’s post to share their unfiltered thoughts in the comments section.
“P$%^y fat till it pluk bbe me love shenseea from hearth I will tek a bullet fa u aswear on my life bby,” one fan expressed.
“Shen u p%^&y fat like it a feed pon lasco,” wrote another.
“Travelling wid 2 on di front 👍👍,” a user comment.
“Song na lie… fat up ina shorts… head raise when u walk pass,” added another fan.
One fan, who was apparently not fulfilled, advised the Jamaican singer to be substantial with her image and music.
“I hope @shenseea can make a range of music, not just sex filed music like @spiceofficial,” the user expressed.
“Spice last song had the depiction of school girls and how they should tick tock… and bum flick. I hope she’s teaching daughter to tick tock like how she teaching the susceptible young women of Jamaica. Sad part is she’s sending her own child to great schools with the money she gets from teaching young Caribbean women to skin out their pum pum,” the user added.
Shenseea, whose real name is Chinsea Lee, is known for songs such as “Love I Got For U,” “Rolling” featuring Sean Paul, and “Loodi” featuring Vybz Kartel.
The artist, who is originally from St. Elizabeth, received corporate sponsorship deals from telecom firm Flow and Pepsi-Cola Jamaica sponsorship as a representative of their ginger flavored soda in Jamaica.
Shenseea is featured on “Right Moves” with Christina Aguilera and Keida, off the pop icon’s new album “Liberation.”
In additional to Dancehall she has shown skills freestyling as a rapper.