On Sunday, the Kardashian baby mama shared a picture of the fabulous octogenarian, whose real name is Helen Van Winkle, on Instagram (the post has now mysteriously been removed). In the photo, Winkle is wearing a Fashion Nova latex dress, proving that in the age of social media, you’re never too old to wear latex. Chyna is just the latest in a long line of celebrity followers of the cutting-edge great-grandmother, which includes the likes of Rihanna, Beyoncé, Nicole Richie, and Miley Cyrus, who has gone so far as to call her “a bad a$$ role model for all of us!!!!!!”
Winkle made her online debut just a few years ago at the ripe old age of 85 with the help of her grandkids, and her fun photos and tongue-in-cheek tagline (“stealing yo man since 1928″) have since garnered her more than 2.9 million followers.
Winkle shared the same picture of herself clad in latex on Instagram about seven weeks ago, and commenters then, as they are now, were all about Baddie’s bold style. In less than 24 hours, Chyna’s post garnered more than 100,000 likes and 1,200 largely complimentary comments. “That’s what I am talking about,” posted @jane_divitchy. “She still got it,” wrote @zanzanmini. “Baddie is the business!” wrote @medskoolbeautie, while @sigrierdal simply commented, “GOALS.”
This latest post is, of course, only one of many showcasing Madame Winkle’s fantastically outrageous outfits. At the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Baddie walked the carpet in a sparkling nude bodysuit, and her colorful Instagram feed is chock-full of delightfully over-the-top looks, like a marijuana onesie, a “hotline bling” cropped tank, and a crocheted bikini top.
More recently, she showed us all how to rock ripped jeans and shared some inspiring words of wisdom, including instructions to “love yourself as much as I love Drake.”
Wise words from the octogenarian queen of Instagram. Keep on keeping on, Baddie Winkle.
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