TikTok star Addison Rae on Tuesday was hit with backlash for posing in a “blasphemous” bikini that was Holy Trinity-themed — the “Father” on her right breast, “Son” on her left breast, and “Holy Spirit” on her bottom.
Rae, full name Addison Rae Easterling, received praise from her famous friends, Page Six noted, but the general public was not amused.
“Nah this disrespectful to Jesus. Sad what y’all do for money,” one comment reportedly said, with another user adding, “So messed up.”
“This is not okay! BLASPHEMY!” someone wrote. “Is nobody gonna talk about this disrespecting religions,” another user reacted.
Turning Point USA show “Poplitics” posted the scandalous photo, too, asking their followers to comment.
“Bikini BLUNDER,” the Poplitics post was captioned. “[Addison Rae] BLASTED for blasphemous bikini depicting the ‘father, son, and holy spirit’ on her NETHER REGIONS. Do you consider this to be edgy humor or is Addison getting struck down for this?”
“Would she do it with Islam or Buddhism?” asked conservative beauty guru Amanda Ensing.
Former White House photographer Andrea Hanks commented, “Any other faith and this would be [an] issue. Tacky.”
The social media influencer took heat last year, too, but for a far different reason. The “He’s All That” actress said hello to former President Donald Trump at a July 2021 UFC fight.
“I mean, I don’t support Trump,” Rae told the Los Angeles Times after liberals pounced on the influencer. “And if someone does, that’s their opinion and I respect everyone’s opinion, for each their own. But it’s very rare on occasion that you ever get to meet a former president, and I think most people could agree with me on that. It’s very uncommon. And I consider myself a friendly person, and so introducing myself does not mean I stand behind anything that any respective person condones.”
At the fight, Rae told Trump she had to say hello to him. “Hi, I’m Addison,” she said. “Nice to meet you. I have to say hi. Hello. It’s so nice to meet you.”
As noted by Vulture, Rae dismissed rumors that she is a registered Republican, which cited a registration in California.
“First I’m from Louisiana, second I’m not even registered to vote, and never have been,” the TikTok star said. “I’m actually doing it for the first time with someone important and I’m excited to do so.”