Ice-T's wife Coco has lamented the furore caused by a photo of her lying naked in bed with her infant nephew. The year-old glamour model expressed disappointment on Twitter that a "beautiful, natural moment" had been "twisted" into something negative by the media. I had no clothes on because that's how I sleep It was a beautiful,natural moment.. Since when is naked gross! Its completely natural! Thats how we were born,plus my family knows me and accepts me for that sic.
Skip navigation! Story from Politics. Appearing on the cover of Elle Brazil this May, Coco Rocha looks like her usual, fierce, chiseled self… with a lot less clothing on than usual. The model has a no-nudity policy, and she took to her Tumblr yesterday evening to clear the air:. For my recent Elle Brazil cover shoot I wore a body suit under a sheer dress which I now find was photoshopped out to give the impression of me showing much more skin than I This was specifically against my expressed verbal and written direction to the entire team that they not do so. I strongly believe every model has a right to set rules for how she is portrayed and for me these rules were clearly circumvented. Though the editorial direction of a story is ultimately up to a publication's creative team, no nudity means no nudity… but does that include Photoshopping out seams and fabric? According to Fashionologie , it's possible that she might sue Elle Brazil for breach of contract, but the image will still continue to be distributed.
Coco is famous for having more than an ample curves and she has certainly taken part in more than her fair share of racy photoshoots. Having made a living from posing in bikinis and showing off her cleavage, the year-old, who is married to rapper-turned-actor Ice-T, is a dab hand at working it for the camera. However, a recent photograph that she posted online may split public opinion and will be sure to start a debate on exactly what is acceptable.
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