Evelyn Lozada may be on “Basketball Wives” co-star O.G.’s bad side, but she’s on the good side of fans after uploading her lastest swimsuit-clad photo.
“Palm trees & 80 degrees 🌴🌞” Lozada captioned the image of her rocking a cutout black bikini as she posed in shield-style mirrored sunglasses against a bamboo wall in Miami Beach, Florida.
The look had fans stunned by how great the VH1 reality star’s figure looked.
“You S–tting Me?? 43 Where?? Body Is A1 🤤🖤 @evelynlozada”
“You look AMAZING!! The last time my stomach was that flat i was 18 😩😩🤣”
“You always look so ‘together’ and happy. Thank you so much for just being such a positive influence for Latino Women. You are such a sweet person with a beautiful personality. God Bless You!”
“No offense to J. Lo. I love her, but you @evelynlozada are killing her babe. You got it all the way around. Body of a Godess Keep being you and staying beautiful.”
“Please post your workout regimen. You look amazing!!!”
The 43-year-old’s rock-hard abs led one follower to wonder if she got plastic surgery, likely following the birth of her second son, Leo Crawford, in 2014.
“Did you Eva get a tummy tuck or working out was all needed or was your stomach always flat ?” the follower wondered.
“@delreyrina Never got a tummy tuck… Stomach been pretty flat most of my life. Training & not eating too much crap helps too,” Lozada answered.
It was not eating too much “crap” that aided Lozada in dropping the 45 pounds she told OK Magazine she gained during her pregnancy. In a write-up for the publication five years ago, the reality star dished on how fellow new moms can get their old figure back.
“I know it’s hard to cook, and fast food is probably the easiest thing to eat during this process. However, stay away from fast food, sodas and chips. If you don’t, you will add unnecessary pounds,” she advised. “Try to eat lean protein, fresh fruit, veggies and grains. Yes, it sounds boring, but if you want your body back, you have to eat right.
“Think about your health for your baby, and eat five small meals per day. Keep in mind that your body is trying to repair itself. And please drink 64 ounces of water per day,” she added.