Just a day after photos appeared online of Cassie posing nude , another nude picture of the singer has popped up online. The new photo is even more graphic than the first set, showing [artist id="2335742"]Cassie[/artist] fully nude and posing in a very provocative fashion.
Many celebrities have taken to their Twitter pages to react to the photos. Former [artist id="2400155"]Danity Kane[/artist] member D. Woods Tweeted about the leak, writing, “Cassie gonna sell some albums this round. Y’all see this nude internet photo?”
Meanwhile, [artist id="1244169"]Diddy[/artist], who has been romantically linked to Cassie in past and has mentored the singer throughout her career, came out in support of the singer. “Turn this one up real loud and dance on dem bi—es!!!!” he wrote to Cassie on Twitter, linking to a music video for the song “I’m Still Standing” by Elton John. “Let’s Go!!!”
Other celebrities — like [artist id="1164800"]Fabolous[/artist], who has worked with Cassie in the past — made light of the photo scandal. “Not really a gym type’a dude,” he Tweeted. “But Memorial Day weekend comin. I’mma be in Miami by the pool all day and the top gotta come off … right Cassie?”
Another Cassie collaborator, [artist id="1162899"]Ray J[/artist], also weighed in on the photos, Tweeting, “I’ve seen some small t—ies 2nite!!! On the internet hahahaha, they looked good tho.” And, in his usual fashion, celeb blogger Perez Hilton told MTV News, “She sure likes her piercings — all over!”
At press time, a rep for the singer had not granted MTV News’ requests for comment.
After the initial photos hit the Web, Cassie took to her blog and Twitter to confirm that it was her in the photos. “The recent personal pictures that have been leaked on the Internet of me were hacked and stolen out of my computer,” she wrote on her blog. “These photos were obviously never intended for the world to see, and it’s sad that people would really take time to steal and post them, it’s just evil. At the end of the day, breasts are breasts, mine weren’t the first you’ve seen and they won’t be the last. … People need to grow up, let’s move on. Thank you.”