Instagram model Julia Rose said she and her friends are planning more nude stunts following their exploit at Game 5 of the World Series on 27 October, the New York Post reported. Rose together with another Instagram model Lauren Summer exposed their breasts when Houston Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole was preparing for a throw. The incident caused a delay in the game, though it did not stop the Astros from winning.
In a telephone interview with the New York Post, Julia Rose said “we definitely have some more stuff up our sleeves” adding that all stunts would 100 percent occur at sporting events.
Commenting on the incident, Rose said she and her friend didn’t specifically choose Gerrit Cole saying she and Lauren Summer had no plan and chose the moment to lift their yellow shirts randomly.
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Both women claim that the stunt was aimed at highlighting the issue of breast cancer. Rose is a co-founder of online adult magazine SHAGMAG, which plans to donate its proceeds to women suffering from the disease.
To clarify, yes we knew we would get banned, yes the letters are real, and yes I would do it again lol. More importantly, subscribe to @SHAGMAG_ because the proceeds go directly to women with breast cancer to pay for their medical bills. 🤘🏻❤️— Lauren Summer (@HeyLaurenSummer) October 28, 2019
During the interview with the New York Post, the eye-catching model claimed that since the flashing incident the magazine had received almost $10,000 in subscriptions. She didn’t elaborate what sum of money the magazine intends to donate, saying: “We don’t have a set goal".
She also criticised the indefinite ban imposed on her and her friend Lauren Summer by Major League Baseball saying: “There’s definitely a double-standard. I feel there’s a lot of men who are able to body-paint and be shirtless all the time, but because we were topless, we were banned for life".
The exploit received mixed responses with some social media users doubting that the models were interested in promoting breast cancer awareness.
It kinda looks like your proceeds go to buying expensive World Series tickets, for you & your friend.#shagmagScam— Ryan Lim (@RyRySlim) October 28, 2019
More importantly get my magazine. How about some reports showing where the funds go?— Just Me (@dodgerfan2k17) October 28, 2019
Why not donate to one of these charities instead?https://t.co/sOGXc34UwF
Others noted that flashing is not the best way to draw attention to the issue of breast cancer.
That was a tacky way to support #breastcancer. Knowing lots of women having this cancer, what a disgrace to the foundation.— Karen Slater (@slaterkarenm) October 29, 2019
Although the bottomline cause is good. Many people do not want their daughters and sons exposed to women showing their tits on TV. Yes, if you ever have children, you can expose them to whatever you want. But you are not the parents of millions of children that may have saw you.— Bricktop ⓒ (@J7Jcortez) October 28, 2019