If you Googled “Kate Upton’s nipples,” you’d see Kate Upton’s nipples on a horse and Kate Upton’s nipples under a white, wet t-shirt. We’ve seen Kate Upton’s nipples and we’ve seen pretty much every piece of her body except for both pairs of her down low lips (which I’m sure look like a dwarf rose blooming in the sunlight). Even though Kate Upton has been 98% naked, she’ll never get 100% naked. Details asked Kate if she’d ever do an artistic nude photo shoot in a fashion magazine and she shook her head no, because she knows that shitty bloggers (Why is everyone looking at me like that?) and asshole whores on social media will pick her apart and Photoshop her naked body on an ad for Real California Milk.
For me those photos are art. Your body is art, your body is beautiful, and to be photographed in that way is amazing and it’s received in a very positive way. But with social media and the Internet and not so great blogs and the attention like that, I don’t think that my pictures would be received in the way that I’d want them to be received. That’s why I’ve stayed away from them. I really appreciate those photos and I think those women are beautiful, but I think social media and the Internet has prevented me from putting myself out there like that.
If anybody knows anything about art, it’s Kate Upton. I watched The Other Woman the other day and Kate Upton had the charisma of an ingrown nipple hair and she made the driftwood in the beach scenes look like they were alive and full of emotions. It was so bad that it was performance art.
Yes, naked pictures live forever on the Internet, but so does saying that you will never pose naked. Doesn’t this trick know that you should never ever say never? Those words are going to come back to gnaw her ass cheeks off when her chichis are no longer the most magnificent tits on the stroll and she’ll have to try to get attention by posing with her nipples and cooch out in Playboy. Wait, I shouldn’t have said Playboy. Kate Upton’s body is a work of art and she only poses in the most artistic publications. I should’ve said Penthouse.