Jordyn Woods is catching a bit of heat after posting some beautiful shots of herself and family in front of the ‘Grand Mosque’ in Abu Dhabi, and several people are saying her sexy selfies are disrespectful to her surroundings.
“Triplets take on the Grand Mosque,” Woods captioned a selfie featuring herself, her mother, and sister. In the picture, all three women are wearing traditional blackhead scarfs seem to just be photographing their beautiful location.
Jordyn posted several other shots of herself posing in front of the stunning Mosque, where she captioned them “views ??.”
But, almost immediately, fans have started posting in her comments that taking a picture like this is offensive. “Haram and you have mocked our religion in an offensive way…” one person commented.
“The whole point of the hijab is to cover your hair …. wtf,” another person posted.
A few other people just seem to be warning her about the backlash, saying “I think you’re about yo get so much crap for this post.”
But, not everyone feels the way that a few fans do…
Interestingly, most of Jordyn’s fans think she looks incredible and are letting her know about it. “OmG you look soo beautiful in hijab,” one person said. “You look ? in a hijab,” another added.
Plus, one fan even gave her props for showing respect in the Middle Eastern county by saying, “Beautiful MA. Good on you for showing respect.”
Jordyn has been touring the country with her family for several days and many are now worried she may have issues getting back to the U.S.
As you know, President Trump suspended all flights inbound to the U.S. from over 20 European countries, and many airlines whose hubs are in the Middle East are shutting down travel.
“I hope they know all flights to U.S. except the United kingdom will not be allowed to enter the United States Air space. ????????????????yuall may be stuck,” one worried fan posted.
BTW — The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is located in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates. It is the largest mosque in the country, and during Eid prayers, it may be visited every day by more than 41,000 people.