Members of the Christian community took TikTok star Addison Ray to church over some social media posts. Considered “Mocking Christianity”.
Tuesday, influencer and actor On Instagram, she shared a photo of herself wearing a white string bikini top with the words “Father” on one side and “Son” on the other. The image was removed after accusing him of doing so.
A collaboration between athletic apparel giant Adidas and fashion brand Praying, the full swimsuit also has the “Holy Spirit” written on the bottom, completing the Holy Trinity. She hasn’t publicly commented on the bikini backlash, so the reason Ray deletes her post is between her and her god.
As a rebuke to Rae’s original post, @XAVIAERD Tweet“All I’m saying is that these people are going to learn the hard way not to play with God. Just wait and see.”
“Why should I disrespect Christianity so much?” Tweet @DannyBee8801“You’re not disrespecting other religions. Only Christianity? And why should you create it, @adidas? Adidas.”
Other, but didn’t care Ray’s swimwear choice prompted the “He’s All That” star to “don’t listen to the church.”
“For those who are crying about Addison Raye wearing the Father’s Son and Spirit bikini, I want to support her. @JlNSOULNECKMEAT Tweet.
“Addison Ray mocking the Holy Trinity makes me a little more like her lol that bikini kinda killed me” Tweeted @gvkkyy.
A representative for Ray did not immediately respond to The Times’ request for comment on Thursday.
this is not the first time Famous TikToker Landed in warm water.Ray and Jimmy Fallon received criticism last year “The Tonight Show” segment We saw the 21-year-old teach a TV host a series of viral TikTok dances. fallon is invited creators Show off their moves on “The Tonight Show.”
“For the last show before the break, we did a little bit with Addison Ray. She gave me eight viral TikTok dances. We knew the creators of those dances had their own We know we deserve the spotlight.
“So now some of the creators are joining me to talk about how their dance went viral, and then they’re going to do the dance themselves.”
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