Addison Rae is a personality that unquestionably dominates TikTok and the hearts of millions of people. However, she is seen involved in a controversy that has given her as much fame as haters.
Although the publication was deleted due to the violent reactions of the Christian community, Addison was seen wearing a white bikini with the words 'Holy' in a side and 'Spirit' in the other on her breasts.
The swimsuit is from the Praying line in collaboration with Addidas and is called 'Holy Trinity Bikini', however, although in Addison Rae's publication it is only seen from the hips to the head, the rest of the bikini says 'Holy Spirit' in... well, in the 'brazilian hair removal area'.
That bikini is on sale, and it costs approximately 100 dollars. In fact, Christina Aguilera used a similar one a short time ago, however hers was in French.
Addison has more than 88 million followers on TikTok and more than 40 million on Instagram. The model is so famous and well-known that obviously her pictures made their way to churches (of course she has a secret Christian following) and Christian groups, which caused Addison to remove her post.
Many photography professionals and friends of Addison's praised the publicity highly, as was the case with Mark 'The Cobrasnake' Hunter, who called the publication a “home run”. While singer Tate McRae said "Oh my God Addison."
A lot of other people definitely didn't like what Addison did and totally disapproved of the 21-year-old model's bold outfit.
“Nah this disrespectful to Jesus. Sad what y’all do for money,” one critic wrote, while another added: “This is not okay! BLASPHEMY!” Another person just wrote “so messed up,” and another inciting more people to protest wrote: “Is nobody gonna talk about this disrespecting religions?”
Addison Rae has already been under the scrutiny of public opinion for some time. Two years ago, she disappeared from social media after some posts about the Black Lives Matter movement were taken out of context because she said she supported the All Lives Matter movement.
“All lives CANNOT matter until Black lives do. The Black community continues to be oppressed. And the Black community has been and continues to be “damaged by systemic racism,” the model said in a video she posted to apologize.
However, it seems that the celebrity knows when to stop, when to apologize and when to move on, since it is not for nothing that he is one of the most representative figures of one of the most used platforms on the planet.