Erika Jayne shared a series of racy photos of herself rocking Savage X Fenty lingerie on Tuesday, October 6, and she was quickly met by a critic.
After posting a couple of images of herself posing in a bra and panties designed by Rihanna, as well as a one-piece made by the singer, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was forced to clap back at the hater, who suggested she was concerned about what Erika’s son, police officer Tommy Zizzo, would think about the slideshow.
“SAVAGE X FENTY #savagexambassador,” Erika wrote in the caption of her photos.
After sharing her photos, Erika was questioned about what son Tommy, and his fellow police officers, would think.
“Hum, whats your son think about these types of photos you post and all his fellow officers seeing it?” the troll asked.
In response, Erika informed her hater that when it comes to her son and his co-workers, they have much more important things to do with their time than sit around scrolling through Instagram.
“They have more important things to worry about than me. Nice try,” Erika replied.
Following the interaction between Erika and her hater, a number of supporters of the RHOBH cast member weighed in.
“If they are seeing this probably saying….damn! His mom is hot!” one person stated.
“You are a grown a** woman! Your son, his coworkers? Get out of here with that mess. Erika, I wish I looked as good as you at our age! Slay all day honey!!” advised a second fan.
“Proud probably. Hot mom alert… and she is charismatic, uber talented, with a great sense of humor!” wrote a third.
As RHOBH fans well know, Erika’s son has never been seen on the show and the reality star and performer does her best to keep him out of the spotlight. That said, she did share a rare image of him on her Instagram page earlier this year.
During an interview with The Daily Dish in 2016, Erika said she was “very proud” of Tommy’s career in law enforcement before admitting that his job can get “a little nerve racking” at times.
“It’s a dangerous profession. I’ve known my son was going to be in law enforcement from the time he could walk and talk. That’s all he’s ever wanted and that’s kind of your role as a parent is to honor who your children really are,” she shared.