Kylie Verzosa sizzles in Bali in sexy bikinis

Kylie Verzosa is setting Instagram on fire!

The former Miss International titleholder recently flew to Bali, Indonesia, for some rest and relaxation, and she rocked some daring swimsuits during her short vacation.

On September 27, 2022, Kylie updated her Instagram with her first beach OOTD in Bali: a monogram Dior bikini.

The 30-year-old VIVA talent wrote in the caption, “Inspire me.”

The bikini top and bottom are sold separately on the brand’s official website, each piece costing USD410 or PHP21,000, which means her beach OOTD totaled PHP42,000.

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On Thursday, September 29, the beauty queen-turned-actress showed off her “beach bum” in her skimpy lime green bikini.

In the caption, Kylie wrote, “Inspiration is perishable, act immediately [emojis]”

Kylie set Instagram ablaze again on October 2, with photos showing her clad in a sexy, strappy black bikini.

“Straight to the point [black heart emoji],” the Kapamilya star wrote in the caption of her post.

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Kylie’s bikini posts on Instagram received thousands of likes and comments, some of which were funny reactions from her celebrity followers.

Drag Race Philippines judge KaladKaren quipped, “Sumosobra ka na sis.”

Kapuso actress Ina Feleo told Kylie in the comments section of her post, “Ayan tayo e.”

Jeweller Drake Dustin Ibay jokingly told his muse upon seeing her sexy bikini OOTDs, “Uwiii na!! [emoji]”

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“Goddesssss [emoji],” former Miss Universe Philippines titleholder Gazini Ganados told Kylie.

Kylie Verzosa

Kylie Verzosa

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Kylie Verzosa

Kylie Verzosa

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