Addison’s scandalous bikini selfie has many online users scratching their heads.
Addison Rae, a TikTok celebrity and the best friend of Kourtney Kardashian Barker, alienated some of her fans after publishing an image of herself online in which she was seen wearing a swimsuit that was deemed to be insulting. A lot of individuals made comments about how the bikini had a religious “theme.” After that, the post was taken down from the website.
The bikini in question is from a collection by Adidas that is titled Praying. It features the terms “holy spirit” spelled out over the bottoms of both cups, as well as the words “father” and “son” printed on one cup each. On the other hand, in Addison’s post, we could only make out the top of the bikini.
The following can be seen in the product description of the bikini on the Praying website: “Incredible faith powerful healing. Triangle Tie-In Side. I pray that God showers his blessings upon you and your spirit.
Someone commented, “Nah, this is extremely disrespectful to Jesus,” underneath the photo that was posted on Instagram and has since been deleted. Sad to see what y’all will do for money, while someone else on Twitter questioned whether or not someone would genuinely sell a bikini picturing the Holy Trinity.
to a shocking degree, rude We can only hope that the bikini worn by @whoisaddison was not part of a legitimate collection of swimwear. If what you say is accurate, you may have just lost a client.
An further user of Twitter provided the following commentary: “If Addison Rae was ridiculing any other faith, she’d be trending and getting cancelled RN. however, given that it is a Christian belief, she is not.” A fourth individual stated,
“Not adidas and Addison Rae making an obvious joke about Christianity.”
As of the time that this article was written, Addison has not commented on the garment or expressed regret for removing the item from the website.
In addition, it does not appear that Adidas has made any sort of public statement in response to the debate that the collection has provoked.
Others have also remarked on the contentious outfit on various social media platforms, with one user commenting, “I’m literally a Christian and I think this is so cute.”
Another individual merely shared the photograph by itself with the comment “OH MY GOD #addisonrae.”
After removing the swims-it photo, Addison started posting on social media about the launch of her new doll brand at Walmart.
Cosmopolitan UK has reached out to both Adidas and Addison Rae for comment; this article will be updated in the event that one of them provides a response.