Samantha Hoopes Shares A Scandalous Photo With An Inspirational Message

Ford Springer | Reporter

Samantha Hoopes wants her fans to know that even though she’s a world-famous swimsuit model she still struggles with insecurity.

Model Samantha Hoopes attends the 2016 GQ Men of the Year Party at Chateau Marmont on December 8, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images)

(Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images)

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model admitted that she doesn’t often share what’s really going on in her life on social media, but took a moment to do that in a post on her Instagram page Monday.

“There’s something about a black and white picture that sets the mood,” Hoopes wrote. “I am never open about things on IG but I feel like this is a platform to be used to help others. I may come off as a confident person but at the end of the day I’m so far from that.”

“I am insecure, so hard on myself & I know other people are like that too [especially because] of Instagram,” Hoopes continued. “I want to help others feel confident & strong we are much stronger than we think.”

“I always try to tell myself that it’s not about what happened in your life it’s how you over come those obstacles & destroy them that makes you as a person,” she added. “Always remember what you see on IG isn’t necessarily real it’s only what people want you to see so let’s help each other in [conquering our] fears doubts & lift each other up.”

Hoopes has appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue for four-straight years. Although she struggles with some personal issues on the inside, she clearly doesn’t let it bother her in front of the camera.

Ford Springer



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