The Little Mermaid 's Halle Bailey Addresses Claim She Got Breast Implants

The Little Mermaid 's Halle Bailey Addresses Claim She Got Breast Implants

Halle Bailey's got gadgets and clapbacks a-plenty.

The 22-year-old, who stars as Ariel in Disney's upcoming live-action version of The Little Mermaid, didn't hold back when she addressed plastic surgery rumors on April 13. Alongside laughing and crying emojis, Halle tweeted, "lmaooo not y'all thinking i got boob implants whattt."

"no ma'am," she continued, before sharing how she and her older sister Chloe Bailey were blessed in their own ways. "God gave me these and gave chloe the booty."

Halle's candid comment comes weeks after she and Chloe, 23, stepped out at the 2022 Oscars together. For the occasion, Halle showed some serious leg in a pale turquoise gown by Roberto Cavalli, while her sibling donned on an equally jaw-dropping dress featuring a high slit.

The Chloe x Halle duo previously chatted with E! News about how they lean on each other in times of doubt, with Halle saying that it's "so powerful and so special" to have Chloe help deal with the "imposter syndrome" she sometimes experiences with work.

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"My sister empowers me every day just by being herself and watching how hard she works," she shared. "I think that I've always had a great example in her growing up of what I would like to be and what impact I would want to have on people."

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Likewise, Chloe credits Halle as a source of strength in her life.

"Anytime I'm feeling discouraged, or like if I'm doubting myself, Halle will be the first one to make me snap out of it," the "Have Mercy" singer explained. "I'm so grateful to be on this journey of life with her, because there's so many moments where I do doubt myself and my capabilities. Having someone who knows every single bit and piece of me encourage me, it means the world every single time."

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