Malaysia Pargo recently caught a whiff of her body odor, and from the looks of things, fans seem to believe that she smells pretty good. On Monday, June 8, the original cast member of “Basketball Wives LA” posted a selfie on Instagram that showed her relaxing on what appeared to be a chaise lounge on her outdoor patio near her swimming pool.
Sporting fake eyelashes and a white tank top, the 39-year-old Malaysia struck her pose by placing her hand in her hair and leaning into her armpit. Malaysia sported a half-up, half-down style with long strands of straight hair hanging beside her face. In true fashion form, the reality star paired her plain garment with diamond stud earrings. “Classic,” she captioned the image.
Malaysia’s beauty post received over 32,000 likes and nearly 400 comments from people expressing the idea that she was secretly sniffing her underarm.
“Da sexy way to smell ur armpit 🤣🤣🤣still 😍😍😍.”
“This my pose when I gotta see sumthin real quick #whatsthatsmell You cute tho😍.”
“You make sniffing your own armpit looks so sexy! 😂😂😂.”
“This picture looks like you’re trying to smell your armpits on the low😂😂😂just joking and not trying to be mean.”
“How those armpits smelling? Sneaking a sniff, lol.”
“Armpits must smell good. What deodorant do you use😂?”
“What fragrance are you wearing😍?”
The Compton native has been spending a significant amount of time lounging at home during her shelter-in-place days, so it makes sense that she was relaxing on her patio. She announced during season 6 of “BBW” that she was leaving her West Coast roots behind and was settling down in Atlanta with her three children. Malaysia’s Southern property was the first home that she was able to purchase on her own. The television personality shares her children with her ex-husband, former NBA player Jannero Pargo.
As of late, the mother of three and her kids have been soaking up the sun in their backyard. The television personality lives bicoastal and travels to Los Angeles often to film “BBW.” It’s unknown when season 9 will premiere on VH1, since production was temporarily suspended because of the pandemic.