Tommy Lee Share Fully Naked Pic in Instagram, Fan Show Concern
Early Thursday morning, Tommy Lee posted a shocking, NSFW photo of himself on Instagram
After first posting the photo to his official Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts, the Motley Crue drummer has since deleted the post.
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Lee is shown entirely undressed while sitting in a restroom in the picture that just includes his face. According to the Independent, the rock star captioned the photo of his exposed penis with the word “Ooooopppsss,”
As of Thursday morning 8AM EST, the photo had been removed from Instagram. However, it had already been visible for a while. It is not clear whether the photo-sharing site, which is owned by Facebook, deleted it or whether the musician himself did. Even from Facebook’s servers, it disappeared. Twitter, unlike Facebook and Instagram, allows pornographic content, thus it is still accessible there.
Before the photo was removed from Instagram, 1.4 million users had viewed it or commented on it. Brittany Furlan, Lee’s wife, commented “OH MY GOD,” on the post. Read on for more responses to the drummer’s shot.
Lee then posted a meme of an elephant on Instagram and Facebook, maybe as a joke about the removal of the first photo. Also, see the post down here.
The drummer’s penis has been on display in the past, such as in the sex tape that inspired this year’s Pam & Tommy miniseries on Hulu.
That naked photo from last Thursday’s issue of Cosmopolitan raised a good argument. Given how long it took to be removed from Facebook and Instagram, the magazine wondered if there was a double standard at play in giving Lee a “free pass” for sharing it. At the same time, “for the past few years, there’s been a steady stream of anecdotes shared by women, especially those who are plus-size or not white, of having their nude images rapidly removed,” as Cosmo’s Jennifer Savin put it.
Currently, Motley Crue is on the “Stadium Tour” across the United States with Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett. Buy your tickets here. Lee said at the first June show that he had injured his ribs and would play only as much as he could with a replacement. Later that month, though, he performed his first complete set.