Bella Thorne was catching some rays at the pool of the Hard Rock Hotel in Florida when she shared a video of herself rocking out in a powder blue bikini.
She can be seen sensually dancing to rapper Russ' new song "Best On Earth."
"It’s getting nasty @russ w that new fire music," Bella wrote in the caption to her post.
Russ quickly shared Bella's video and was excited about the shoutout by Thorne.
"It’s dope to see the music just getting around and getting recognition," Russ said in his post. "@bellathorne out here gettin it to #bestonearth (2 watches and that ring goin nuts.)"
The rapper was taken with how iced out Bella was in her vid.
He commented on Thorne's post and said, "Lemme borrow a ring."
She must have been amused by the remark because she replied, "@russ come over I'll introduce to my safe."
The Babysitter is Back
Bella Thorne recently announced her return for the sequel of Netflix's hit movie, "The Babysitter."
The star shared some cute snaps of her with her character Alison's signature bright red hair. Her caption read, "Just a little @netflix baby."
She also shared a picture on her Instagram story that showed her character's cheerleader uniform. The words, "@netflix and I back together again!?!!"
Bella Praises Instagram
Before the bikini party, Bella Thorne was singing the praises of Instagram after their decision to remove plastic surgery filters from the platform.
The star took to twitter to express her feelings.
"So proud of Instagram for removing the plastic surgery themed filters," Bella wrote on Twitter. "I have been saying this needs to be done for a while this is not good for our mental health and stability."
A spokesperson for Instagram announced that they are banning the cosmetic surgery filter to promote wellbeing.
"We're re-evaluating our policies - we want our filters to be a positive experience for people," the spokesperson said. "While we're re-evaluating our policies, we will remove all effects from the [effects] gallery associated with plastic surgery, stop further approval of new effects like this and remove current effects if they're reported to us."