Has “eggplant friday” resurfaced? It looks like it has.
One week after rapper The Game posted controversial photos of an imprint of his man parts, Omarion jumped in and did the same.
On Friday morning, the singer shared a photo on Snapchat of himself posing shirtless and wearing a pair of Abercrombie boxer briefs. “Why I’m still her favorite,” the caption read, referring to his pregnant girlfriend, Apryl Jones.
It’s worth noting that the photo comes just one day following reports that Game has sparked underwear sales after his photos hit he web. A spokesperson for Ethica Boxers told TMZ that sales have increased more than 500% for the two separate styles Game has shared on IG over the past week.
So we wonder: Is Omarion trying to be the next Abercrombie model or is he giving Game a run for his money?
And while these types of photos have been well liked by men and women around the world (including actress, Lisa Raye), several have expressed outrage over the double standard. Several social media users wondering why when women post provocative images they are considered “hoes” or “thots.” But when men do it, it’s praised.
By the way, eggplant Friday, which was initially started by B.o.B, was banned from Instagram in January because of how incredibly inappropriate it became.