Tommy Lee shares explicit ‘dickpic’ on Instagram | Celebrities

Tommy Lee shares explicit ‘dickpic’ on Instagram | Celebrities
Tommy Lee shares explicit ‘dickpic’ on Instagram | Celebrities

Celebrities“Oops”, writes Mötley Crüe founder Tommy Lee (59) with his most recent Instagram photo. But it’s clearly not really a mistake. The musician posted a very explicit photo of his body there.

Not a censored picture, but an explicit ‘dickpic’. With that, rocker Tommy Lee startled the internet a few hours ago. The full photo can be seen here, for the daring.

Tommy is back in fashion these days thanks to the Disney+ series “Pam & Tommy,” which cast his relationship with Pamela Anderson into fiction. In the series, prosthetics were used to image Tommy’s genitals.

That the photo has been online for so long is strange, because according to Instagram’s policy it is forbidden to post nude photos. In fact, the social network’s Community Guidelines explicitly state: “We understand that sometimes people may want to share artistic or creative nude images, but we don’t allow nude images on Instagram for various reasons. Nudes refer to photos, videos and other digitally created content showing sexual intercourse, genitals or close-ups of naked buttocks are depicted.”

Tommy Lee shares dick pick. © Instagram

Lee goes a step further than pop star Britney Spears, who was previously discredited because her nipples were visible in her photos.

Our editors have requested a response from Meta, the parent company of Instagram. We will complete this piece as soon as they receive it.


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