It’s Naomi Osaka’s social media feed and he or she’ll put up what she needs to.
The 22-year-old tennis star — who often shares glam and swimsuit pictures on Instagram — hit again at critics Sunday on Twitter over remarks made about Osaka sustaining an “harmless picture” off the courtroom.
“I simply wanna say it’s creeping me out how many individuals are commenting @ me to take care of my ‘harmless picture’ and ‘don’t attempt to be somebody your not,’” Osaka tweeted. “You don’t know me, I’m 22, I put on swimsuits to the pool. Why do you are feeling like you’ll be able to touch upon what I can put on?”
Osaka, who gained consecutive Grand Slam singles titles on the 2018 US Open and the 2019 Australian Open, posted a pair of bikini images earlier this month, prompting a flurry of “fireplace” emojis from some followers — notably Hailey Baldwin — whereas others critiqued elsewhere.
“Soo, not pregnant.?” one follower commented.
“Somebody is rising up,” one other mentioned.
In a separate picture, during which Osaka posed in a yellow sweatshirt, blue bottoms, and Nike sneakers, one follower griped, “I don’t get why you’ll put up half bare pics of your self. Have some class… you don’t want to do that.”
Regardless of some off-putting remarks, Osaka is shifting ahead, placing the main target Monday on her equipment recreation.
“sneakers… you wanna speak about sneakers?” Osaka captioned her newest put up.
Osaka’s sneaker snap has amassed over 50,000 “likes” as of Wednesday.