Reginae Carter, the eldest daughter of rap icon Lil Wayne, has a new attitude and a daring hair color to match.
The 20-year-old switched up her ombre brown and honey-blond tresses she’s been rocking lately for blue ringlets. Carter took to Instagram on Tuesday and posted a clip of herself dancing to Nicki Minaj‘s remix to Pop Smoke’s song “Welcome to the Party” while twirling her hair.
Carter’s blue ringlets fell just below her bust area and towards the middle of her back. She rocked a chocolate eye shadow and nude lipstick to complement her new hair color and was dressed casually. Clearly feeling her overall look, she wrote in her photo caption, “Ohhhh you killed this color and wig @jasmine.dior ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😍😍😍😍 @lahluvie on da beattt 🔥”
Her post accumulated over 387,000 views and over a thousand comments from fans who raved over her hair.
“Ouuuu girl this blue is hot 😍😍🔥 you’re so bomb. I wish we could be friends 😩”
” Supah lit 🥶 soooo fyeee 💙 blue is definitely for you sis”
“Omg you wearing the s–t out that blue hair babygirl 💙😍🔥 love u with this hair color!!”
“Yessssss sis u slayed tf outta that wig girl 😍 and I loooovveee that song ❤️ u super poppin sis”
Carter is getting praise now, but she recently was the subject of a stir when fans thought she had reunited with her ex-boyfriend, rapper YFN Lucci last month. It turned out, however, that the person who hopped on stage with the 28-year-old MC was his preschool-age daughter. Fans laughed at themselves as a result of the mix-up.
One fan wrote at the time, “I thought Lucci and Reginae got back together for a min until I realized it was it daughter 😭 “
Another added, “From first glance I was like ‘that’s Reginae’ 🤣 but this was cute tho lil mama lit 🔥”
Since breaking up with the “Heartless” MC, Carter has apparently been “glowing” more than ever. She even bought her first home a few weeks ago and announced the good news on social media, writing, “Today is a big day for me! At the age of 20 years old, I just got the keys to my own house 🤗 I’m a homeowner now 🎊so blessed and thankful!”