The sexiest birthday girl Hoopz turned 40 on Wednesday, July 13 and turned heads in a hot cut out black swimsuit.
TV personality Nicole “Hoopz” Alexander shared highlights of her Las Vegas bday extravaganza on social media.
During one of her videos, she’s captioned flipping and enjoying cartwheels up and down a hotel hallway. While sporting a green front cut out dress and flip flops.
In between the gymnastics, a drunken Hoopz showed off her ballerina skills, flexing her pointed toes after attending a Cirque du Soleil show in Las Vegas.
“Flippin’ into my 40s like,” she added to the video on Twitter and Instagram. “I had the best time in Vegas with some of my best friends, and by far the funnest thing we did was go to see one of the shows!! See you Vegas.”
She kept her style sweet in a Windsor charming, ruffled skater dress! The dress features an off-the-shoulder neckline, a smocked bodice with a ruched drawstring, long sleeves, a sexy cutout at the midriff, and a tiered ruffled skater silhouette. Her color of choice … Sage green. The dress is also available on the site with short sleeves. Cost of the dress, less than 50 bucks.
Hoopz continued flipping in the hallway despite revealing the bottom half of her body and her nude thong. “My butt,” the Detroit native said while laughing into the camera. The video also featured footage from a male showcase and other photos of her friends and family.
During the beginning of her bday shenanigans the former girlfriend of Shaquile O’neal and Flavor Flav’s hot pick showed off in a red asymmetrical hemmed dress, with spaghetti straps. The same dress can be spotted on Shein for a whopping 17 bucks.
Additionally, the new 40-year-old turned up in a sweetheart neckline, purple strapless dress. She paired it with a wait chain. But the cheeky appearance debuted on her 2nd day of bday celebrations. The sister of 5 sported a front cut out black one-piece swimsuit with a wraparound string.
We found all the styles similar or exact under 60 bucks using the descriptions in the article.
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