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You Have to See Bella Hadid’s Cheeky ‘Yuck Fou’ Statement Tee

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Why speak when you can say it all with your T-shirt? Bella Hadid wore the ultimate statement tee while partying with pals at the Nice Guy in L.A. Wednesday, August 3.

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The Dior Makeup brand ambassador, 19, appeared to rock the ripped, oversize Braain Waashed ‘Yuck Fou’ T-shirt with the sassy phrase written in a white font, front and center. She skipped pants and instead paired the top with over-the-knee boots by Stuart Weitzman, a black choker and a white Chanel bag.

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Trendy pigtail french braids were the perfect laid-back style to complete her casual ensemble. The model and younger sister of Gigi Hadid went minimal with her glam, opting for fresh-faced makeup and a glossy nude lip with a hint of pink.

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Though Hadid’s outfit conveyed a less-than-thrilled attitude, she definitely enjoyed her time out with her friends and posted a loving pic with one of them to Instagram later on. In the shot, Hadid, who’s been dating The Weeknd since May 2015, snuggles up to her bud and gives her a kiss on the cheek. “Find you a bestie like @fannybourdettedonon,” she captioned the image.

find you a bestie like @fannybourdettedonon .

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Fiercely loyal herself, Hadid recently came to the defense of both her sister, Gigi, and friend Kendall Jenner after former supermodel Stephanie Seymour called them “bitches of the moment.”

“It’s crazy. I’ve worked with Stephanie before and loved her; she was sweet to me,” Hadid, whose mother is former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster, told Glamour magazine in her September 2016 cover story. “I don’t know if she meant it in that mean way. But even so, it’s still hurtful. … My sister and Kendall work their asses off. We’re all working hard.”

Although Seymour’s comments rubbed her the wrong way, Hadid insists there’s no bad blood. “I don’t want anybody to fail. Why would you wish that upon somebody?” she noted. “If you’re a powerful woman and you’re confident in yourself, you want other people to succeed.”