As people fear for their lives and property in Florida, and attempt to recover from the devastation Hurricane Irma left in the Caribbean, Instagram models have been busy sending their love in the form of half-naked pictures.
Unbelievably it’s more than just one or two tone-deaf beauties who used Irma to show off their goods. But, this is 2017 and the age of selfies and social media folks.
Here’s a smattering of examples:
Carl’s Jr. commercial model Kara Del Toro used a picture of herself on the beaches of Turks and Caicos to send her “good vibes” to the victims.
“Sending positive thoughts and good vibes to the islands right now,” she captioned her photo.
Dana Hamm send her topless thoughts to the residents of St. Maarten, which was shredded by Irma.
“Sending warm thoughts & positive vibes to beautiful #stmaarten today. Looks like they got hit pretty bad, so keep them in your prayers. Just remembering this peaceful moment the last time I was there,” she wrote.
And Lana Alexandra, an Instagram model from the Ukraine, told her fans she was fine on her vacation in San Juan, Puerto Rico, while sharing a photo of herself in lingerie.
“Just wanna tell you guys that I m fine and it wasn’t bad at all! Still have two days of vacation here and going to take as much as I can out of it,” she said. “For now I want to share this photo that @ogfoto took of me few days ago! Hope you enjoy it!!!”
“Hurricane Irma will be the most powerful hurricane Puerto Rico had in years or ever. Promise to stay safe,” she wrote in the caption of another bikini photo days before.
“Sorry I haven’t posted in a while. I’ve been busy all week preparing for #hurricaneirma. To all of my Floridians & southern states, stay safe,” shared model Brittany Oldehoff in lingerie.
Many were not happy with the models’ shallow and self-centered response to the disaster.
“Yep, your body will definitely help the newly homeless,” wrote one commenter on Del Toro’s photo.
“Talk about tone deaf, as people are losing all of their property and in some cases their lives this is what you post? Selfish narcissist,” said another.
“Yeah this photo truly portrays how hard you’ve been working to prepare. I wish people would use the#hurricaneirma hashtag to just get attention,” an angry fan told Oldehoff.
But Hamm’s pic did manage to nearly make one man forget the hurricane.
“If you turned around I think I would forget about hurricane Irma,” he wrote.
h/t: New York Post.
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