TN Lt Gov Posts Thirsty Replies On Gay Men’s Accounts

Nashville’s ABC affiliate reports:

A young man’s nearly naked pictures on Instagram have turned into a controversy for Tennessee’s lieutenant governor. Randy McNally’s Instagram history started circulating on social media Wednesday. His critics say it shows he is a hypocrite as the legislature passes anti-LGBTQ legislation.

The pictures were posted on an Instagram account by a man identifying himself as Franklyn. One of the pictures shows some of the man’s backside. He said McNally added him on Facebook in 2020, and then McNally followed his Instagram. He says McNally also sent compliments by direct messages, but they never met in person.

Nashville’s Fox affiliate reports:

The posts which have been viewed and recorded by FOX 17 News, largely depict the account holder posing in his underwear. On one post, the verified account of Lt. Gov. McNally states “Super look [user name].”

Another comment from the Lt. Governor account states “Hi Sunshine!,” while another depicting the user walking on a ramp in only his boxers states “I love it” with heart emojis.

On one post, showing the user’s buttocks in underwear from a ground view, the verified Lt. Gov. McNally account posted “[user name], you can turn a rainy day into rainbows and sunshine.”

McNally first appeared on JMG in 2017 when he praised Trump’s “courageous actions” in repealing protections for transgender students.