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Drag Race's Aura Mayari Serves Up Cake in Sexy New Pics

Drag Race's Aura Mayari Serves Up Cake in Sexy New Pics

Aura Mayari
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The queen was recently eliminated from RuPaul’s Drag Race season 15.

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In the words of Super Bowl Halftime Show performer Rihanna, “cake, cake, cake, cake, cake.”

Aura Mayari was recently eliminated in episode seven of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 15. As a result, the queen is now focused on selling branded merch and continues to share out-of-drag thirst traps.

The latest addition to Mayari’s merch lineup is a t-shirt that reads, “any hole is a hole.” This is obviously a line referencing Aquaria’s “any hole is a goal” quote from the Snatch Game on Drag Race season 10. Mayari is selling these new t-shirts on MyBestJudy Merch.

If we’re being completely honest, though, it’s easy to almost miss the words printed on the t-shirt when Mayari shares a steamy new picture with buns completely out.

As expected, Mayari’s new thirst trap got a bunch of reactions. Kornbread tweeted in response, “I’m the world’s biggest bottom, but things have changed after this tweet #8.5.” Cynthia Lee Fontaine wrote, “Stunning! As The Queen of the ass and cucu specialist I approve this message. Get her merch now!” Coco Montrese teased, “I just died and went to heaven!” Sasha Colby commented, “Auuurrrraaaaa.”

It’s no secret that Mayari has been considered the trade of season 15 by many fans, who are now salivating over these cakes. Despite her shorter-than-expected run on Drag Race, Mayari is out here thriving and living her best life.

There’s always room for cake if you ask us!

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 15 airs Fridays on MTV.

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Bernardo Sim

Bernardo Sim is a writer, content creator, and the deputy editor of Out. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim is a writer, content creator, and the deputy editor of Out. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.