FAMU graduate who posed nude on campus, Terica Williams, recently shared a cryptic message about waiting to be awarded her diploma.
Terica shared the message via her Instagram stories following criticism over the racy grad photos she posted in July. In the photos, she was seen standing nude in front of FAMU’s “Rattler” snake statue.
“If I’m going down, three professors are going with me [celebration emoji],” she wrote.
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Terica continued in a second post, saying all she wanted was for her degree to be “conferred.”
“All I want is for my degree to be conferred. I don’t want no problems with anyone,” she said.
In a third upload, she asked her followers for their prayers and support.
“Prayers please [teary-eyed emoji][hand symbol emoji].”
In a fourth post, the gorgeous grad wrote that anyone else in her position would’ve “crumbled” if they were faced with what she’s currently dealing with.
“Any other person would [have] crumbled in my position,” she said. “I’m really built different.”
The FAMU alum also shared a TikTok video of herself poking fun at the alleged situation, in which she was seen wearing a cap and gown in front of a green screen courtroom.
“You’re honor I wanna say I’m sorry for the things I’ve done,” Terica mouthed to an attached song while pretending to plead for a diploma. On top of the video, she wrote, “If they try to take my degree [distressed emoji].”
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Her Instagram post’s caption additionally read, “Thank you, Your Honor [distressed emoji] #tericastar.”
Prior to the uploads, FAMU announced that they launched an investigation regarding her nude photos via a press release on July 30. In it, the university’s Vice President Of Student Affairs, William Hudson Jr., Ph. D., said the school was “aware” of the viral pictures.
Williams has refused to listen to critics, as she posted another sexy photo of herself, wearing a revealing black dress with heels on Aug. 12.
“Gotta see it through,” she wrote.