Instagram models who flashed on live TV claim they wanted to spread breast cancer awareness, vow to return with more nude pics

Julia Rose revealed in an Instagram video they were going back to Nationals Park as they had 'forgotten their shirts' at the stadium.


                            Instagram models who flashed on live TV claim they wanted to spread breast cancer awareness, vow to return with more nude pics

Instagram models Julia Rose and Lauren Summer are defiantly heading back to Washington after flashing at the camera during Game 5 of the 2019 World Series in an effort to raise awareness about breast cancer.

The duo grabbed international headlines after flashing from behind the home plate in the seventh inning of Sunday's game. However, the sirens are now trying to make the most of their time in the spotlight after announcing Monday they were heading back to Washington, DC to take more nude photos, Inquisitor reports.

Michael Brantley #23, Jake Marisnick #6 and George Springer #4 of the Houston Astros celebrate their teams 8-1 win against the Washington Nationals in Game Four of the 2019 World Series at Nationals Park on October 26, 2019, in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

As part of their latest plan, Julia revealed in an Instagram video they were going back to Nationals Park. Both Julia and Lauren were topless in the video, saying they had forgotten their shirts at the ballpark and that they were going back for more pictures.

Julia is the model and founder of skin-baring magazine SHAGMAG, and is often seen in topless photos covered just enough to comply with Instagram’s strict rules against nudity.

According to her, the online magazine is a place where rising Instagram models would have a chance to have their own voice.

“I wanted to create a place that was fun but one that still had meaning. There is nothing wrong with sex and nudity, and wanting more of it but I definitely think our generation needs more of a voice,” she wrote in the description. “There are all these beautiful Instagram models, but who are they really? Who are the upcoming innovators and creators, and what the actual f*ck is going on in the world? So many questions and now there is an answer: SHAGMAG.”

Meanwhile, Lauren Summer, the brand executive of SHAGMAG, said on Monday she had joined Julia in flashing Houston Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole on Sunday night in a bid to raise awareness about breast cancer. 

“To clarify, yes we knew we would get banned, yes the [banishment] 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,” Summer tweeted.

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