Tommie Lee‘s latest sexy uploads inspired an unwelcome question from her fan base.
The former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star shared a thirst trap to her Instagram page on Thursday, April 9, that left fans almost speechless. She posted an alluring photo of herself in a tiny brown swimsuit that accentuated her hourglass shape and cleavage.
Lee posed sexily with her arms up and legs crossed in a bathroom while gazing into the camera. Her photo received more than 152,000 likes and a slew of compliments. One fan, however, wondered why she never posted photos with her children instead of thirst traps.
“Why never pic with the fam? Ppl dont have kids wish they do and ppl who have kids act like savages smh,” the person wrote.
Lee said she believed in keeping her kids out of the limelight and replied, “I have plenty they’re at my home, my family is not for IG this is a place of business for me…”
Her fans also jumped to her defense.
“Faaas dem wa faaas in your life… keep it private 👌”
“I wish people would understand this💯 kids don’t need to be in the public eye. They’re just kids.”
“Say it louder so they can hear you💪💯”
The 35-year-old reality TV star has two daughters. She was released from jail last May, months after she was accused of physically assaulting her youngest daughter by banging the child’s head into a locker at her middle school. Lee plead guilty to five charges, including first-degree child cruelty to children. She dodged 54 years behind prison and was handed down 10 years of probation.
During an interview with “The Breakfast Club” in July 2019, she denied slamming her daughter’s head into a locker.
“This whole situation really took a toll on me. … You know how reports go, it was a lot put on that and it wasn’t like that at all,” Lee said before explaining the alleged matter.
“My daughter took edibles to school and she got a charge from that,” the social media star said. “She took ’em to school, all the kids ate ’em, and, basically, they called me. … All the kids were rushed to the hospital.”
Lee said she wanted the best for her daughter and didn’t want to see her child go down the same path she did.
“I was arrested when I was 15 years old as a runaway, and that’s how I started my record,” Lee added. “It really hindered my life.”