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Instagram star SLAMMED about online message in which she pinballed to 9/11 as & # 39; dramatic & # 39;
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A fashion influencer has come under fire for a caption that reduced the heartbreaking effect of 9/11.

Xenia Tchoumi, 32, placed a photo of himself leaning back against the New York City skyline – with One World Trade Center visible in the background – accompanied by the words & # 39; Making it dramically since 2001. # nyfw2019 & # 39 ;.

The Russian-Swiss-Italian influencer was quickly slammed by commentators on the post, forcing her to quickly change the caption.

Bad taste: Influencer Xenia Tchoumi, 32, quickly removed an offensive caption that refers to 9/11 as & # 39; dramatic & # 39;
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Bad taste: Influencer Xenia Tchoumi, 32, quickly removed an offensive caption that refers to 9/11 as & # 39; dramatic & # 39;

Bad taste: Influencer Xenia Tchoumi, 32, quickly removed an offensive caption that refers to 9/11 as & # 39; dramatic & # 39;

According to screen shots of the now edited slogan, the social media personality uploaded the photo around 8.46 am, the moment the hijacked plane crashed onto the Twin Towers 18 years ago.

The photo was taken in a hotel room in the Meatpacking District against the Manhattan skyline in the morning.

& # 39; You will never really understand that meaning, & # 39; a commentator took revenge under the photo of a pouting Xenia in a black off-the-shoulder dress girded at the waist, in which she tagged the Gucci and Dyson brands.

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According to another report uploaded this week, the Xenia brand hair tool arm flew to New York for the shows.

Criticism: Xenia & # 39; s post caught the attention of people who said the caption was inappropriate - before she changed it quickly

Criticism: Xenia & # 39; s post caught the attention of people who said the caption was inappropriate - before she changed it quickly

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Criticism: Xenia & # 39; s post caught the attention of people who said the caption was inappropriate – before she changed it quickly

Offended user Irene_901 told the model that & # 39; reference to 2001 is not a joke & # 39 ;.

A follower named Sean_In_Manhattan also rejected the offensive caption as & # 39; not appropriate & # 39 ;.

Another wrote: & # 39; Today is the memorial day. May all their souls rest in peace! #neverforget & # 39 ;, to which Xenia responded with various prayer emoji & # 39; s and a love heart.

The above critical comments appear to have already been removed.

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Within 10 minutes the caption on the post was changed to read: & # 39; Making it dramatic for fashion week # nyfw2019 & # 39 ;.

Another, more suitable post was added to Xenia & # 39; s Instagram story, with a photo of an abandoned Times Square with the caption & # 39; It is surreal to be in this beautiful city on 9/11 & # 39 ;.

The influencer announced last week that it will be represented by the American talent agency CAA.

In her biography, London-based Xenia describes herself as an independent entrepreneur and feminist with an economic degree, noting that she speaks six languages.

VIP: Xenia Tchoumi attends a DKNY party during New York Fashion Week

VIP: Xenia Tchoumi attends a DKNY party during New York Fashion Week

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VIP: Xenia Tchoumi attends a DKNY party during New York Fashion Week

Posing: The influencer has shared many photos in New York City since he arrived during the fashion week

Posing: The influencer has shared many photos in New York City since he arrived during the fashion week

Posing: The influencer has shared many photos in New York City since he arrived during the fashion week

Posing: The influencer has shared many photos in New York City since he arrived during the fashion week

Posing: The influencer has shared many photos in New York City since he arrived during the fashion week

New York: Xenia, pictured, came under fire for the caption that refers to 9/11 as & # 39; dramatic & # 39; - that she edited quickly

New York: Xenia, pictured, came under fire for the caption that refers to 9/11 as & # 39; dramatic & # 39; - that she edited quickly

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New York: Xenia, pictured, came under fire for the caption that refers to 9/11 as & # 39; dramatic & # 39; – that she edited quickly

Earlier today, former The Hills star Kristin Cavallari was faced with kickbacks after an Instagram post was uploaded to her feed with the caption & # 39; NYC for 24 hours & # 39 ;. And what a time to be here … always remember & # 39 ;.

The tribute station simultaneously promoted multiple tagged fashion brands and displayed the blonde star in a deep deep black mini dress, giving followers the reality TV personality, 32, & # 39; insensitive & # 39 ;, & # 39; show deaf & # 39; and & # 39; disrespectful & # 39; noticed.

The mother of three soon blamed a & # 39; social media employee & # 39; who works for her after the post went viral.

Kristin claimed that the person & # 39; had undertaken to post the image with a modified caption & # 39; and that she was not aware of the changes she had in a fitting jacket then.

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Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives in terrorist attacks in New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania on this day 18 years ago – and followers told Kristin to pay your respect & # 39; instead of sharing a self-promotion post.

The message from Xenia also comes just a few days after multiple influencers were slammed for posting & # 39; toondove & # 39; tribute to victims of hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas by scantily clad bikini photos & # 39; s and & # 39; belfies & # 39; to share.

A lifestyle from Tennessee was criticized online last month for its decision to share photos during a motorcycle accident.

And controversial blogger Marissa Casey Grossman (no Fuchs) was punished for uploading a sentimental post to her deceased loved ones, while at the same time promoting a swimsuit she was wearing.

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