Montana Yao is forcing her estranged husband, Malik Beasley, to look at all he is missing with her latest Ingram picture.
The model dropped a sexy photo where she is wearing a barely-there red bikini and doing the split on the beach.
The seductive move on the sand put Montana Yao’s amazing booty on full display, and she used the caption to dig her soon-to-be ex-husband by explaining that she is still very flexible.
She wrote: “My Happy Place ❤️ gave up 10 years of soccer, chose cheer and track in HS instead lol at least I still got that flexibility and speed tho 😂🙌🏃🏽♀️.”
Montana Yao’s followers think she is having a dig at her ex-partner, Malik Beasley, and his new girlfriend, Larsa Pippen, in her latest video where she raps about people who “chase clout.”
The model shared her latest post on Wednesday, captioning the video, “It’s Montana Yao” before posting the new lyrics in full for all her Instagram followers, who were quick to suggest she was referring to Larsa Pippen and Malik Beasley’s new relationship.
Yao had been married to NBA player Malik Beasley, 24, just eight months before filing for divorce, after her husband was spotted in November holding hands with reality TV star Larsa Pippen.
Beasley has claimed that he and Yao were over by the time he was seen with Pippen, although Yao believes otherwise, saying that they were “very much together” when it happened.
And 46-year-old Pippen said that she would not take any blame for the breakdown of Beasley and Yao’s marriage since she was under the impression that they were no longer together in November.
Montana Yao, 23, sits in her car in the video posted this week to social media, rapping her new song in full. She talks about a man who will come to regret what he has given up and refers to people as “lames,” saying “all they ever chase is clout.”
Among the comments were questions from followers asking, “Is this about Larsa Pippen?” while others agreed with her lyrics and told her that Malik Beasley is “missing out” on a “queen.”
Some comments also mentioned the couple’s 2-year-old son, Makai, calling him a “prince.”
Yao filed for divorce in December and took to her Instagram story to accuse Beasley of not supporting his son.
Beasley’s lawyers claimed that Yao had demanded unreasonable amounts of money and had denied any visits between the father and son.