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June 30, 2022

Mary J. Blige Stuns Social Media In A Knitted Bikini + Drops ‘Come See About Me’ Visual Ft. Fabolous

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Mary J. Blige Stuns Social Media In A Knitted Bikini + Drops ‘Come See About Me’ Visual Ft. Fabolous
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Mary J. Blige has something special for fans.

The icon dropped a new video for “Come See About Me,” ft. Brooklyn rapper, Fabulous. Mary shared a beautiful photo on Instagram, rocking a bright yellow bikini top and paired the look with matching knitted bell bottoms. Take a look:

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The visual is fun and gives off summer vibes. The two New York legends turn up on a tropical island. The single is off the deluxe edition of Mary’s 14th studio album, Good Morning Gorgeous, released earlier this year. She’s currently on a 23-city tour, Rolling Stone reports. The tour is her first solo headline since 2017. If you’re in the Tristate area, you could see Mary perform at a free concert. As reported on imore, Mary is joining forces with Apple Music for the free show. Tickets are on a first come first serve basis. 

Check out the visual:

Celebs in the comment section on Mary’s post showered her with love. Rapsody told the queen of hip hop soul, “My fav song.” Trina wrote multiple heart-eye emojis. Actress Kerry Washington commented with a bunch of yellow heart emojis. An adoring fan said, “Marrrrrryyyyyyyy! Sheesh MARY!! Please please please keep ya foot Pon di NECK!! Please and Thank you.”

Mary is having an incredible 2022. She headlined a historic all-hip hop lineup for the Super Bowl. Last month, TIME named Mary one of the world’s most influential people. Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small Sr., recently presented the “Real Love” singer with a key to the city. 

Last month, Atlanta gave Mary a day after headlining the Strength of a Woman festival and summit during Mother’s Day weekend. Also, in May, Mary accepted the ICON Award at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards. She’s one of only 11 other artists to receive the honor, joining the elite class of honorees like Stevie Wonder, Mariah Carey, Prince, Jennifer Lopez, Janet Jackson, and others.