Addison Rae forced to remove bikini pic

Addison Rae is in the news for her latest swimsuit snap.

As reported by Page Six, the 21-year-old TikTok sensation shared a now-deleted Instagram photo of herself in Praying’s $A143 Holy Trinity Bikini, the top of which is printed with “Father” on one side and “Son” on the other.

While the image only captured Rae’s top half, the bottoms of the scandalous suit, which was created in collaboration with Adidas, reads “Holy Spirit” across the crotch.

While the He’s All That star’s famous friends gushed over the look – photographer Mark “The Cobrasnake” Hunter called it a “home run”, while Canadian singer Tate McRae wrote, “oh my god addison” – many commenters expressed their disapproval of the daring swim style.

“Nah this disrespectful to Jesus. Sad what y’all do for money,” one person wrote, while another added, “This is not okay! BLASPHEMY!”

“Is nobody gonna talk about this disrespecting religions,” a third wrote, while a fourth deemed the bikini “so messed up”.

Christina Aguilera was seen posing on the last weekend Instagram in the French version of the two-piece – printed with “Pere”, “Fils” and “Esprit Saint” – cheekily captioning her video, “A religious experience”.

The pop star’s post didn’t draw the same cricitism as Rae’s, however; perhaps things got lost in translation?

Praying is a favorite of young stars such as Olivia Rodrigo and Maddison Beer, in addition to Rae. It offers cheeky styles inspired from Y2K nostalgia. Popular pieces include a crop top that labels its wearer “God’s Favourite” and a shoulder bag that commemorates Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s decade-long love.

Rae had a rough few days. Page Six’s exclusive reveal that her 46-year-old father, Monty Lopez, allegedly “misled” a 25-year-old woman into a five-month affair.

Since then, she has cancelled press appearances, and said she’s been “struggling” to process the news.

This article first appeared on Page SixThis was reproduced with permission


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