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Karrueche Tran looks phenomenal in a pink barely-there thong bikini on Miami beach

Karrueche Tran looks phenomenal in a pink barely-there thong bikini on Miami beach

She was last spotted partying the time away at Coachella music festival among the stars.

Karrueche Tran turned up the heat once again when she seen sauntering across the white sandy beach with pals, in Miami on Saturday.

The American beauty, 30, slid her slim and lean physique into a flimsy bikini which ensured onlookers took notice thanks to its fuchsia colour.
Karrueche Tran looks phenomenal in a pink barely-there thong bikini on Miami beach
As temperatures climbed to a blistering hot 30 degrees, the actress sizzled in very tiny thong-style bikini bottoms.

The Claws star raked her fingers through her waist-length crimped tresses while she maintained her stunning looks on the beach.
Karrueche Tran looks phenomenal in a pink barely-there thong bikini on Miami beach
Karrueche enjoyed a lazy day under the scorching sunshine as she played a gigantic game of Connect Four with her two male companions.

The actress made a name for herself in the acting industry in 2015 after the breakdown of her four-year romance with Chris Brown.

Despite being the picture of confidence on the beach, she admitted she had to deal with 'self-esteem and self-image issues'.
Karrueche Tran looks phenomenal in a pink barely-there thong bikini on Miami beach
Karrueche, who is happily dating ESPN NFL analyst Victor Cruz, confessed she always aspired to be 'curvy and thick' but in reality she has always been 'petite'.

She told StyleCaster last year: 'I’m petite. I’m small, and I always wanted be curvy and thick and have a big booty and big boobs.
Karrueche Tran looks phenomenal in a pink barely-there thong bikini on Miami beach
'That’s because that’s the perception of what’s beautiful out there to a lot of men. With social media, we have this perception that we have to be perfect and we have to look a certain way and we want to look like other people. I think it’s pretty f****d up.'

She added: 'I’ve dealt with self-esteem and self-image issues. I’ve accepted who I am with my body. It took a while for me to do that.'
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