Katarina Deme, Kid Laroi’s TikTok star girlfriend, rocks a floral bikini in a hotel room selfie… while his Justin Bieber collaboration Stay tops the charts
Her boyfriend’s hit single Stay, ft. Justin Bieber, remains at the top of Australia’s ARIA charts after three weeks.
And on Monday, Katarina Deme, The Kid Laroi’s TikTok star girlfriend, seemed to be in a good mood as she formed a storm for an Instagram selfie.
The 17-year-old, who recently celebrated her and Laroi’s one year anniversary as well as his chart-topping chart, rocked a floral bikini as she relaxed as she seemingly enjoyed a sun-filled vacation with her beauty.
Happy: On Monday, Katarina Deme, The Kid Laroi’s TikTok star girlfriend, appeared to be in a great mood as she posed up a storm for an Instagram selfie — as her boyfriend’s hit continues to dominate the charts
Katarina wore sunglasses and minimal makeup for the summery look, and smiled in the mirror as her boyfriend appeared to be sitting on the bed behind her.
The rapper, also 17, finally charted his first No. 1 single on the ARIA charts earlier this month.
The 80s synth pop song was produced by Perth-based hitmakers Michael ‘Finatik’ Mule and Isaac ‘Zac’ De Boni.
Summer ready! Katarina worse sunglasses and minimal makeup for the summer look, and she smiled in the mirror as her boyfriend appeared to be sitting on the bed behind her
Great place! The rapper, also 17, finally charted his first No. 1 single on the ARIA charts earlier this month. Pictured with his collaborator, Justin Bieber
Immediately after its release, Stay topped multiple Spotify charts around the world and is currently climbing up the Australian iTunes charts.
In the music video, the teenage pop star and Bieber dance in an empty station. It is shortened with scenes of a melodramatic Laroi racing through Los Angeles.
The rapper previously said that he wanted to show the rap scene of his home country to the world.
Cute: Katarina and The Kid Laroi recently celebrated a year as a couple
‘I don’t think America is totally turned on for how big’ [and] great is the Australian music scene and culture, but I think that’s kind of my job to shed some light,” he told Triple J last month.
The Waterloo-born star said he’s long dreamed of putting Sydney’s rap scene on the map “as Drake did with Toronto.”
Canadian native rapper Drake often gushes about his hometown of Toronto in his music, and even has some Toronto themed tattoos.
Goals: The Waterloo-born star said he’s long dreamed of putting Sydney’s rap scene on the map “as Drake did with Toronto.” Pictured next to Katarina