Teen Mom Kayla Sessler shows off her curves in a bra and tight jeans after star was accused of blackfishing in glam pics

Teen Mom Kayla Sessler shows off her curves in a bra and tight jeans after star was accused of blackfishing in glam pics

February 5, 2022

TEEN Mom star Kayla Sessler posed for a sexy snap, showcasing her curves in a bra and tight jeans after being accused of blackfishing.

The MTV star has been accused of cultural appropriation more than once.

While temperatures in her native Illinois dropped, Kayla heated up followers' Instagram timelines with a sexy snap.

The Teen Mom star posed for a photo in a tiny bra top and tight jeans, putting her curves on full display.

She captioned the post: "who else is snowed in today?"

Fans and costars flocked to the comments, praising Kayla's appearance.

Jade Cline, who also stars on Teen Mom, wrote: "Cute top boo."

Kiaya Elliott, of Young & Pregnant fame, also commented, writing: "You look cutteeeeeeeeeee"

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A fan chimed in: "Your style is everything."

Another commented: "OKAY BABY I SEE YOU."

The post came after Kayla faced backlash for a video she shared promoting a tanning product.


The clip kicked off with an untanned Kayla, sporting a black tank top and her hair pulled back.

She wagged her finger as music played in the background and began tanning her arm.

Immediately, her skin took on a much darker color, as the product is meant to.

Fans seemed to believe that Kayla was using the tanning product to appear a different race and was using a shade too dark for her skin to achieve that look.

One critic commented: "I'm confused at how y'all degraded & literally killed African Americans , for the color of our God given majestic features , & then tan to be darker. Just to be like us ! Make it make sense please"

Another wrote: "White girls wanna be tan!"

A third commenter wrote: "Trying hard. huh"

Someone else chimed in: "Black women will always be THE BLUEPRINT."

Kayla had plenty of support from fans too.

One supporter wrote: "What’s with all the haters claiming she’s trying to be black because she’s put a bit of fake tan on… I’m white and pale but in the summer I go dark, is the sun trying to make me black? No. She could probably go that dark by staying out in the sun too but doesn’t wanna damage her skin so fake tanning is a better option for her. girls just tryna give herself some colour and glow and everyone getting so mad about it for what exactly…. Literally can’t do anything these days without someone turning all hulk over it"

Another commented: "I’m confused at these comments lol so she’s suppose to be pale because y’all want her to be herself??? Or is it because she’s not black??? Lmaooooooo I am black and I’m probably lighter than her, so does that mean I can’t tan? If not I’d really be miserable"


Kayla has been accused of blackfishing in the past.

In September 2021, she was slammed after she shared a selfie video online, appearing tanner than usual and sporting long black hair.

The photo was posted to Reddit, where users claimed she was unrecognizable.

One critic commented: "Did she get a racial transplant? Or does she identify as black?"

Another wrote: "Even her emoji is Blackfishing."

A third Reddit user wrote: "She wants to be black."

Commenters also questioned whether Kayla had gotten work done, noting that the video "Doesn't look like her."

A month earlier, she faced similar allegations.

Kayla, who shares daughter Ariah with Luke Davis and son Izaiah with ex Stephan Alexander, has largely ignored the backlash.

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