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Former Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Irina Shayk Denies Supporting Russian Invasion of Ukraine

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Sometimes a salad is just a salad. It’s true. And sometimes a salad is used as a sneaky way to support the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

The question is, what was former Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Irina Shayk’s intention when she shared a photo of a salad?

The salad itself is not the problem. Some are wondering about the spelling of the caption for the photo she recently shared on her Instagram story. The caption read: “Russianzz Wednesday”.

Instagram Image/Story of Irina Shayk

The Russian model’s use of the letter “Z” in the caption raised some eyebrows. The letter was painted on Russian military vehicles during the war in Ukraine and was used by those who support the Russian military.

She says she had no political message included with her salad

So, is the beautiful Irina Shayk showing her support for the Russian invasion? Or the Russian army? According to the 36-year-old, the answer is no. She had no political message included with her salad.

Shayk deleted the photo of the salad, then posted a message in hopes of clearing up any misunderstandings. Her post reads, “Sometimes a salad is just a salad.”

The message continues: “I promise: no coded messages or political commentary here. Wishing everyone like it.

Instagram Image/Story of Irina Shayk

Is Shayk telling the truth here? Didn’t she know that the letter “Z” was used to show support for Russia? I couldn’t tell you. I tend to believe that was an honest mistake.

It would probably be almost impossible for her not to be aware of the use of the letter, I know that. But I’m willing to give him the benefit of the doubt.

Is it because she looks good in a bikini? Not entirely. I’ll admit that might play a small role in my decision to ignore this, or at least give it a second chance.

Fortunately, such things are not for me to decide. I’ve put both sides on the table, I’ve given you a taste of this twisted mind, but ultimately it’s up to you where you land on this one.

I will leave with a reminder of some of his work. Take it or leave it.