Emily Ratajkowski‘s Instagram got hijacked last night – twice. The 28-year-old supermodel and Inamorata founder clocked herself over 5.9 million views for a poolside bikini party seeing her celebrate Memorial Day weekend quarantine-style – EmRata was shaking her stuff with 2018-married husband Sebastian Bear McClard for company, with the swimwear designer’s jaw-dropping body taking center stage.
The comments section no longer sees the London-born sensation’s figure as the main talking point. Likewise, the pool, or even the party spirit. A debate over race and religion – in particular, mentions of Jews – now dominates, alongside a remark over the model’s husband.
Scroll for the footage that saw Emily jamming her smokeshow body in a tiny, red, and snakeskin bikini as she was separated from Sebastian by a backyard pool. Emily was all for the partying as she bopped that booty, showed off the thong swimwear, and appeared to dance both for herself and her husband.
Over across the water, Sebastian was sitting in shorts and looking at his phone, before eyeing up his hot wife. A caption from Emily read: “He knows how to hype me up.”
A comment racking up over 670 likes read:
“White girl’s version of “getting hyped” hahaha.”
Emily – who has 26.3 million Instagram followers – now finds herself with a comments section querying her origins, with a debate over her English, Irish, Polish, German, and Jewish descent spiraling. Emily’s mother was raised Jewish. Her father was brought up Roman Catholic.
“She’s being sarcastic,” one fan wrote.
“She’s not even white” then came in as a reply, with a quick response to that reading: ” How is she not white? ?.”
Then it got very, very specific.
Emily, whose name rings Polish and has never publicly announced following a religion, saw the comments continue:
“Jews are not really white,” one user wrote.
“Because white isn’t a skin color?” another wrote.
“To be honest most Jews are not even ethncially Jewish unless your descended from the Israelites which most aren’t only a few are” was yet another Semitic-related comment – many more were left, with these forming a standalone debate alongside another mentioning producer Bear Mc-Clard.
Emily had said: “He knows how to hype me up.” Her followers have since left over 2,300 likes to a comment reading: “He did nothing lmao,” with users now unsure whether Emily was being sarcastic.
“Looked back down at his phone when she turned around,” one user stated.
Remarks over Emily and her husband have made headlines this month. As The Blast recently reported, a post showing his-and-hers pajamas from Emily’s 2017-founded Inamorata line had Instagram dubbing Sebastian “ugly,” with Emily hurtfully being told that she’d “settled” for respect.