Addison Rae Looks Gloomy in First Outing Since Her 'Holy Trinity' Bikini Pics Labeled 'Blasphemous'

The social media personality has been receiving heavy criticism after sharing a photo of herself in Praying's swimsuit, which reads 'Father' and 'Son' on the triangle tops.

AceShowbiz - Addison Rae is not looking happy after receiving heavy backlash. The social media personality was looking gloomy after she landed in hot water for wearing a religious-themed "holy trinity" bikini.

The TikTok star was photographed sporting a glum expression ahead of a Pilates class in Los Angeles on Thursday, August 4. In photos surfacing online, the 21-year-old was frowning as she walked with her head down while rocking a plunging black crop top and matching shorts.

Seemingly attempting to keep a low profile, Addison hid her face under a black $350 Balenciaga baseball cap. She also wore Nike sneakers and had her phone tucked into her bottoms while holding a bottle of water.

On Tuesday, August 2, Addison posted a since-deleted photo of herself in a white bikini which read "Father" and "Son" on the triangle tops. Though she did not do a complete body reveal, the bottom of the swimsuit read, "Holy Spirit." The skimpy two-piece, which appears to be a collaboration with Adidas, is from the site and retails for $100. The name of the bikini is "Holy Trinity".

Social media critics were quick to fire at Addison's original post, with many calling it "blasphemous" and "disrespectful." One person tweeted, "Nah this disrespectful to Jesus. Sad what y'all do for money," while another naysayer added, "This is not okay! BLASPHEMY!"

"Is nobody gonna talk about this disrespecting religions," a third chimed in, with a fourth deeming the bikini "so messed up." A separate social media user blasted, "All I'm going to say is -- these people are going to learn the hard way not to play with GOD. Just wait and watch," while another wondered, "why do you gotta disrespect Christianity like that?"

"You don't disrespect any other religion, just Christianity? And why do you have to create it, @adidas?" someone else pointed out, "Not that I was ever a fan of adidas (or Addison Rae for that matter) but I'll never buy anything from adidas."

Addison deleted the post on Wednesday, August 3, according to Page Six. However, many commented on her other Instagram and TikTok posts about the swimsuit, urging the "He's All That" star to apologize.

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