Tommy Lee’s completely nude social media post makes users question ‘double standards’


Motley Fool Drummer tommy lee On Thursday, social media users were stunned when he posed completely nude in a very not-safe-for-work picture.

The photo showed Lee completely naked from above and letting it all hang out.

The picture reportedly remained on Instagram for hours before it disappeared from the social media site. The picture also appeared on Musician’s Facebook Page.

“Ooooopppsss,” Lee wrote alongside the photo.

“Oh my god,” commented Lee’s wife, Brittany Furlan.

The snap showing Lee’s birthday suit still appears on his Twitter account as of Friday morning.

The hours-long wait for a nude photo to disappear from the site has sparked debate over whether the platform has a “double standard” in terms of censorship, Newsweek reported,

According to its website, Instagram’s Community Guidelines prohibit nudity on its platform “for a number of reasons.”

The policy included a ban on “genitals” and “certain photos of female nipples”, a topic that fueled online conversations. via the #FreeTheNipple social movement,

Social media users compared photos of Lee’s penis and nipples to the instant weight loss on Instagram.

One user, Junkie reporter Lavender Baz, tweeted that she is on her “last Instagram strike”. Reasons to make “a lot more” jokes about socks Whereas Lee can freely post his body online.

Lee’s photo comes two months after the actor’s photo cole sprouseK Butt sparks debate on celebrity nudes, Buzzfeed News reported,

“Good morning to my promotional team,” Sprouse wrote alongside the nude photo.

Some users felt that the Sprouse photo showed how women like Britney SpearsThe one who is fond of posting nude pictures on his Instagram does not get that much appreciation.

According to the news site, Spears received praise for her photo, while users claimed that Spears needed “therapy” and “assistance” to show off her skin.

Instagram did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment on its community guidelines.


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