Chlöe Bailey makes a stop at "The Real" to chat about going solo, her journey to self love, and lets her haters know they will just have to deal. More inside…
Now that the sensational Chlöe Bailey has stepped out on her own, she’s learning how to navigate her more risqué image. And with that, comes more trolls and haters.
Last month, the 23-year-old launched her solo career when she released a music video for "Have Mercy," which features Chlöe as a modern-day Medusa that seduces men into a sorority house before turning them into stone.
Today, the "Have Mercy" singer and her mother, Courtney Bailey, stopped by "The Real" to chop it up with the ladies about everything she has going on career wise.
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The "Ungodly" singer is all about self love and body positivity, encouraging her fans to love themselves no matter what society says. While she exudes body confidence, there are times she has to remind herself that she’s that "b****."
When you’re confident, a lot of times it seems like people want to try and tear you down. Oh yes, Chlöe has haters. And she has a message for those who say she does too much.
"Maybe I do, but that’s who I am. They’re talking, so that’s good," she said.
Get into her interview where she talks about how her sister Halle Bailey has been a major support and more below: