Vatican investigating pope’s Instagram ‘like’ of barely-clad Brazilian model – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2020-11-21 15:32:00 –

  • Associated Press / September. 20

    Pope Francis delivers the blessing while chanting Angelus’ noon prayer through a studio window overlooking St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican City.

Rome >> The Vatican City is investigating how Pope Francis’ official Instagram account “liked” photos of lightly dressed Brazilian models.

Vatican officials said Friday that “likes” did not come from the Holy See. As a result, the Vatican worked “intimately” with Instagram to get to the roots of photography lovers.

Francis’ official Instagram account, with the username “franciscus”, has 7.4 million followers, but no one follows. Earlier this month, Franciscus was shown to like a photo of Brazilian model Natalia Galivot. Her Instagram account has dozens of photos of her in a lace bikini and provocative poses.

In a photo that Franciscus liked, she dressed as an apparent schoolgirl, leaning on a short tartan miniskirt and white garter stockings against a school locker.

What is called the Pope’s support has produced laughter and jokes on social media. At the end of Friday, it caught the eye of director Paolo Sorrentino. His television series “Young Pope” and “New Pope” depict a fictional Vatican in which Garibot’s poses may not be so out of place.

“It wasn’t me,” Solentino quoted one of his most beloved characters, Cardinal Angelo Boyero, the fictional Vatican Secretary of State, as he said in his own Instagram post. The attached photo shows Voiello wearing full liturgical clothing and holding a cell phone.

Francis has a strong presence on social media, and his Twitter account, Pontifex, tweets daily prayers in a variety of languages.

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