Lori Harvey‘s fashion displays are going strong – despite coronavirus. The 23-year-old model and girlfriend to rapper Future made headlines this weekend for stocking up three overflowing grocery carts as she called her COVID-19 stock-up “World War Z.” The rising sensation is now stocked up with the multipacks of Gatorade and other essentials – perfect for returning to the day job.
Sunday brought a fresh Instagram update from the beauty. The update ticked boxes for style and elegance. Likewise, for showcasing the brunette’s sensational body.
Lori’s photo showed her shot outdoors and at sunset as she posed on a balcony and with her back to a city horizon lit up for the night. Lori was knocking the camera dead as she modeled a slinky and chocolate-brown dress in tight and ruched fabrics – edgy criss-cross detailing down the middle flashed both a little skin and the model’s bra.
Lori had blinged it up with a fancy wristwatch, also delivering her signature side-eye gaze as she posed looking flossy – no wonder 36-year-old Future is into her.
Video footage (seen above) of Lori hitting up her nearest grocery store doesn’t make the model the only famous face heading to the store. This weekend has seen “Big Bang Theory” actress Kaley Cuoco get into a fight with billionaire heir husband Karl Cook as the two stocked up their cart in a Los Angeles supermarket – Kaley was exasperated as Karl saw no reason to panic.
Lori, meanwhile, hit up her local Target in black spandex yesterday, joined by a male in a face mask as she bought everything she needed.
Lori’s Instagram following is, indeed, shooting up. Lori had less than 2 million followers back in January as Future flew her out to Jamaica by private jet – the model has racked up 200,000 followers since the first month of 2020, when she was arrested on a hit-and-run charge.
With Future’s paternity troubles and reputation – he has 6 kids from 5 different baby mommas – Lori is finding herself propleled to the forefront of the media’s lens, something that she called “definitely frustrating” as she spoke on a Pretty Little Thing podcast this month.
Speaking about the attention, Lori added:
“I think I’ve developed tough skin through it all. If someone wants to think the worst of you, they’re going to think the worst of you no matter what you say. You can’t defend a lie,” Lori told the podcast”I think it’s a lot of things that are false about me in the media because clickbait is very real. I think that’s one thing the public doesn’t understand. I don’t think there’s an article you can find about me that doesn’t have “allegedly” or “rumored” in it. Because there’s no confirmation and they don’t care to fact check.”