Who is Margot Foxx? Pope Francis’ Insta account caught 'liking' model in racy lingerie second time in a month

Margot Foxx, a self-professed 'tiddy queen' who posts risqué content on OnlyFans, had the blessing of being picked out from the flock during the holiest time of the year


                            Who is Margot Foxx? Pope Francis’ Insta account caught 'liking' model in racy lingerie second time in a month
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Pope Francis' Instagram account was once again caught by keen observers on social media, 'liking' a scantily clad model's photograph. Margot Foxx, a self-professed 'tiddy queen' who posts risqué content on OnlyFans, had the blessing of being picked out from the flock during the holiest time of the year, Unilad reports.

The official @franciscus account, which boasts over 7.5 million followers, does not follow any other accounts on Instagram. So whoever is in charge of the pope's account would have either found the post on the explore page or would have had to type Foxx's name in the search bar. However, a screengrab of the like on a photo showing Foxx in a tight black bodysuit went viral on the internet. The model came across the post shortly after and tweeted, "Hey that's me."



 

Having said that, this is barely the first time the pope's account has been caught 'liking' a model's Instagram photo. The Holy See reportedly requested Instagram for an investigation last month after the account had 'liked' a photo of Brazilian model Natalia Garibotto. The live streamer was seen in the saucy photo wearing lingerie resembling a school uniform, with ample display of her assets.

COY Co. -- Garibotto’s management firm -- subsequently quipped that she had "received the POPE’S OFFICIAL BLESSING." Meanwhile, Garibotto used the instant publicity to ramp up subscriptions. "On this very day, I was blessed, you could be too. Sexy content, follow back on socials, [the ability to] chat with me directly, monthly cash prize giveaways, signed Polaroids, and more!" she wrote in a subsequent post.

"We can rule out that the ‘like’ comes from the Holy See, which has turned to Instagram for explanations," the Holy See Press Office told the Catholic News Agency (CNA) on November 18. It's worth noting that Pope Francis does not run his own social media accounts, and has a team to take care of the same.

The Vatican is yet to respond to the latest 'like'.

 



 

Earlier this month, MEAWW reported how the Pope had congratulated President-elect Joe Biden for his election win. Biden, in turn, thanked him for "extending blessings and congratulations."

"The president-elect thanked His Holiness for extending blessings and congratulations and noted his appreciation for His Holiness' leadership in promoting peace, reconciliation, and the common bonds of humanity around the world," the Biden camp said in a statement, adding that he told the Pope that he would like to work together to further "a shared belief in the dignity and equality of all humankind on issues such as caring for the marginalized and the poor, addressing the crisis of climate change, and welcoming and integrating immigrants."

Pope Francis had a strained relationship with Trump and during early 2019, had called the President's wall project on the US-Mexico border "madness." When Trump had been looking to be made the Republican nomination in 2016, the Pope had made headlines when he shared that during a visit to Mexico that someone who thinks about building walls instead of bridges "is not Christian". 
 
Trump had responded by saying, "For a religious leader to question a person's faith is disgraceful."

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