People say I go from a 5 to a 10 in a bikini, but others think I’m off the scale regardless | The Sun

WHILE some of us feel most confident when our bodies are hidden underneath loose-fitting clothing, others feel their best when they're exposing a lot more skin.

Myla, who is 26-years-old and posts under the acronym @wicked.myla, joins those who fall in the latter category.

Taking to TikTok, she can be seen smiling for the camera as she wears a cap and loose baggy t-shirt.

Myla says: "People say I go from a five to a 10 in a bikini."

Moments before the video ends, she rips off her oversized top.

She's then seen posing in nothing but a skimpy bikini and a pair of unzipped denim shorts.


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The video is part of a new online trend where social media users show themselves in rather casual attire, before unveiling a very revealing look.

She captioned the post: "Is this a true statement?"

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And Myla wasn't short of answers…

The post has since gone viral and racked up a whopping 105,000 views, with many taking to the comments section to offer their verdict.

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"It’s a 10 to a 10," wrote one.

A second praised: "Nawwww, it's more like from an 8 to a 15!"

A third penned: "10/10 already."

Meanwhile, a fourth noted: "That looks like a 10 to a 100."

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Another commented: "You're babe in bikini or not, babe."

And one more added: "You’re always a 10."

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