The Vatican is asking for an explanation from Instagram after a photo of a Brazilian model dressed as a schoolgirl was liked on Pope Francis’ account.
- Instagram users notice Pope ‘liking’ under Natalia Gariboto’s race photo
- The Vatican has claimed that “Like” from the Holy See can be avoided
- After the accident, the Brazilian model joked: ‘At least I’m going to heaven’
The Vatican is asking for answers from Instagram after an accident on social media in which the pope’s account ‘liked’ a funny picture of a bikini model.
Eagle-eyed users noticed a ‘like’ pope below a photo of Natalia Gariboto.
Although the episode has caused a stir online, the Vatican says it is seeking an explanation from the Facebook-owned platform, along with an investigation into the Holy See.
We can avoid the “like” coming from the Holy See, which turned to Instagram for an explanation, “said a Vatican spokesman. Guardian.
Pope Francis’ (Instagram) official Instagram account appeared to have ‘liked’ a race photo of Brazilian model Natalia Gariboto (left) (27).
Screenshot taken by an eagle-eyed social media user shows ranfrancisus number shows like
After finding out what happened, Gariboto joked on Twitter: ‘At least I’m going to heaven.’
She linked to the website with the simple caption, “If Pope Francis wants a site, so should you.”
Kozhikode, the model’s management company, also took advantage of the apparent error by announcing that Gariboto had received the Pope’s official official blessing.
Legend has it, Pope Francis subscribed [her website] In a nickname, ‘she joked.
Francis’ account on Instagram is not followed by anyone, and the pope controls social media with a group of Vatican staff.
Vatican sources told the Catholic News Agency that an investigation was underway to determine what happened.
After the social media crash, the Brazilian model scoffed, ‘At least I’m going to heaven.’
The picture was first posted on Gariboto’s account in early October, but it is not clear when Pontif ” Like ‘appeared.
The pope’s permission was revoked on November 14 after the Vatican warned of wrongdoing.
Miss Gariboto received more than 160,000 likes in addition to being misdirected by wearing a short tartan skirt while packing books into a locker.
The 27-year-old Brazilian website has 2.5 million followers and is also present on Twitch, a streaming website owned by Amazon.