Angel Reese lashes out at ‘weird’ AI photos surfacing online.

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LSU women’s basketball forward Angel Reese shared a concerning message about her alleged AI photos.

Taking to his X account on Tuesday, the 2023 NCAA champion claimed to have fake AI photos, but did not reveal further details.

“Making my fake AI photos is crazy and weird AF!” Reese wrote in a post.

“Like I know I’m fine and I think I appeal to some people but I’m literally 21 years old and I’m going to do this when I’m never going to,” she followed up. said in the message.

Angel Reese takes a mirror selfie in New York City. Instagram / Angel Reese

It is not clear where the alleged images came from.

Fans showed support for Reese, who is also a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, in the comments.

One person wrote, “Angel just keeps winning,” while another said, “Focus on your goal!” Ignore the Internet.”

The Rays and the No. 3 seed Lady Tigers prepare to face the No. 14 Rice Owls in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on March 22.

Angel Reyes shoots a basket against Sania Feagin #20 of South Carolina in the second quarter during the championship game of the SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament on March 10, 2024 at the Bonne Secours Wellness Arena. Getty Images

The game will be played on LSU’s home court at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center in Baton Rouge.

Reese — a junior with one year of eligibility remaining — is averaging a double-double for his third consecutive season.

The Baltimore native did not say whether she plans to declare for the 2024 WNBA draft, which will be held April 15 in Brooklyn.

Players must make their decision in March, unless they are still playing in the postseason — after which, they have up to 48 hours after their final game to declare for the draft.

LSU’s Angel Reese points to her ring as Iowa’s Caitlin Clark looks on during the national championship game. Zach Boyden-Holmes / USA TODAY NETWORK

Reese’s decision could not come until next month if LSU makes the Final Four, which takes place April 5 and 7.

The Tigers are looking to repeat as champions after defeating Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes 102-85 in last year’s national championship game — when Reese was named Most Outstanding Player.

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