It comes to no surprise that Tammy Hembrow has become one of the most controversial celebrity figures known around the world. Following her upshot to fame and fortune as a result of her reality TV career, Hembrow recently posted a scandalous picture of herself at the beach online in her “naked bikini” designed by California brand, Minimale Animale. The reality star, who is not only a social media influencer but a mother, made the decision to boast about her “nude” appearance on social media site Instagram on Tuesday, and she’s received some backlash from people accusing her of stirring the pot.
Hembrow was met with a great deal of support from her loyal fanbase when posting the racing images, as she is known to enjoy putting it all out there for her viewing audience. However, she also attracted the attention of haters who quickly hit back to accuse her and the post being too provocative.
This “naked bikini” is accurately named, as it leaves very little to the imagination. Since the thong portion of the bikini contains little fabric, it seems to disappear into Hembrow’s ample curves, therefore leaving the impression for the viewers that nothing is there. The minimalistic bikini comes with both a G-string bottom and a tiny triangle bikini top.
Hembrow posted the images of herself on Instagram with the following caption: “Tammy Hembrow x the Minimale Animale EUPHORIA launches tomorrow.”
The “naked” bikini is Hembrow’s own design, which explains her enthusiasm to promote it with all her fans on social media to get them to buy it.
Hembrow’s social media promotion of the swimwear comes after some critics already labelled the product “unwearable” because it reveals so much skin.
Another wrote: “So how much is this piece of floss??”
“Lmao w this pic u literally don’t even see the suit, all they’re selling is body,” someone else mentioned.
Additionally, another person wrote: “This whole thing is 189 Australian dollars wtff. No way waste of money doesn’t even look like anything.”
The bikini is not eligible for returns due to a high possibility of contamination of the product since it requires “close contact” to say the least. Therefore, if you want to invest in this bikini, you had better make sure you get the size right, otherwise you’re out of luck and Hembrow keeps the purchase.
Readers on Daily Mail also had a lot of comments to share:
“Save your money, if you are going to show that much of yourself, you might as well go to a nudist beach for free! Ms. Hembrow, your Narcissistic Personality Disorder is out of control. For the sake of your kids, get professional help!!!”
In fact, one viewer compared Hembrow’s ridiculous “naked bikini” design to the story of the Emperor’s New Clothes, where the emperor parades around without any clothes because he gets tricked into believing they’re made of the most luxurious fabric.
An American reader wrote, “Women will never ever be respected or taken seriously by men when they dress half-naked.”
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