Andre Russell’s wife Jassym Lora hits back at netizen for a body-shaming comment

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Andre Russell, Jassym Lora | Instagram

Andre Russell’s wife Jassym Lora is a popular figure on Instagram and has over 337 thousand followers. Jassym is drop-dead gorgeous with a well-toned body that can give the best of Hollywood and Bollywood actresses’ complex. However, she has been a recipient of severe trolls over the last few days. Many have even ‘body-shamed’ her, and the same hasn’t gone down well with Jassym by any stretch of the imagination.


Jassym, recently, uploaded a few pictures of her on Instagram with the captain saying, “You become very dangerous when you learn how to control your feelings.”

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Jassym Lora | Instagram

Soon, Lora’s social media account got filled with a lot of body-shaming comments. Reacting to the same, she hit back at netizen for being disrespectful towards her, giving a fitting and appropriate reply to one of the Instagram users.


Here’s how Jassym Lora responded:

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Both Russell and Jassym are very active on social media and like to interact with their fans and often treat them with their sizzling pictures. Jassym also accompanies Russell to the cricket stadium and can be seen cheering for her husband wearing the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) jersey in the Indian Premier League (IPL).


Andre Russell, Jassym Lora

Lora is a Jamaican model and a Fashion Lifestyle Influencer; she has been married to Dre Russ since 2016.

Jassym Lora | Instagram
Jassym Lora | Instagram

In January this year, the couple took to their respective Instagram accounts to welcome the birth of a daughter, Amaiah S Russell.


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