Fitness Model Takes ‘Sultry’ Photos In Front Of Her Father’s Casket.

When one fitness model uploaded “sultry” images in front of her dead father’s casket, her search for popularity went viral. Her dad was a decorated veteran, and the pictures infuriated many of her followers, who dubbed her “sick,,” “vile,” and “disgusting.”

(Jayne Rivera, (Credit: Instagram)

Known for her fashion, travel, and swimwear posts, Jayne Rivera is an Instagram fitness model and TikHub personality. Her followers deemed the Florida model’s series of pictures taken in front of her father’s casket “totally inappropriate.”

Rivera’s father was a decorated veteran; funerals for our military heroes are somber occasions carried out with respect and dignity. Users of social media were offended when they observed the Instagram influencer’s “photo shoot,” many of whom claimed she did not seem to be in grief. The pictures painted Rivera as “sexy and sultry.”

(Jayne Rivera at her father’s casket (Credit: Instagram)

Still, butterflies fly away. Rip Papi was a best friend of mine. A life well lived, Rivera said on her Instagram page. The Miami model wore a fitting black one-sleeve blazer dress in the pictures as she stood by her father’s coffin, covered with an American flag. Photographs on social media infuriated thousands of people, the New York Post said.

Rivera positioned herself in one picture, praying with her hands. She was corrected, though, for her posture in another picture before the open casket with one leg raised.

Not cool Jayne, ur dad was a decorated vet, a photo shot by his casket should be beneath you. May he rest in eternal peace,” one follower wrote.
“Funeral photo shoots? Yeesh,” said another.
“S**t is just vile, and downright disgusting,” a third person commented.
A fourth person said, “The fact that u would post something like this tells us everything we need to know about you.”

(Jayne Rivera (Credit: Instagram)

Following her viral “funeral photo shoot,” Jayne Rivera lost a portion of her Instagram and TikHub following, according reports. Many of her followers stopped following her and strongly urged others to follow suit.

“Jayne, delete these pics, apologize for your lack of discretion or I will stop following you and I hope others will do the same,” one furious fan wrote.
“This is a hard unfollow. God rest that man’s soul,” said another fan.
A third fan simply commented, “Unfollowed.”

One social media user claimed the funeral pictures Rivera shared were “the most horrific Instagram post” they had ever come across. Many seemed to be in agreement.

“I can’t get over this,” one person wrote.

(Jayne Rivera, (Credit: Instagram)

Jayne Rivera chose to address the criticism following the viral images. The fitness guru told NBC News she “understood the negative reception,” but she clarified the pictures were taken “with the best intentions in a manner my father would have approved of had he still been alive.”

“Everyone manages the death of a loved one in their own ways; some are more traditional while others might come across as taboo,” Rivera said. “For me, I treated the celebration as though my father was right next to me, posing for the camera as he had done many times in the past.”

“There is nothing wrong with what I posted,” Jayne Rivera said in defense of her choice to post the provocative images. “I stand by that.” Although many attacked her choice to share the pictures on social media, several noted that the reaction was equally unsuitable as the post itself.

“Not what I’d have done, though grief is a weird thing,” one person wrote. “Maybe putting this girl on blast on the day of her dad’s funeral is a thing you could have chosen not to do.”

Rivera said that since her father was regularly shown in her Instagram stories, she felt it was reasonable for her followers to be informed that he had died. “I have worked very hard for eight long years building my audience,” she said. ” People from the outside judge a book by its cover without stopping to understand the intentions or underlying meanings of the book.”

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