Jennifer Lawrence’s Inappropriate Hawaii Story Has People Up In Arms
Jennifer Lawrence has maintained her status as the quirky, fun girl throughout her career by being “so relatable.” She’s tripped at the Oscars, admitted that she’s nothing more than a goof and seems genuinely like a fun person that most of us would like to hang out with. There has been, however, a growing (and vocal) part of the internet who have never fully supported J.Law, and they have gained a whole slew of new members recently after the actress admitted on television that she purposefully desecrated a sacred traditional Hawaiian stone while filming her upcoming blockbuster Passengers.
While appearing on the UK’s The Graham Norton Show, the actress tells a story about filming scenes for the film in Hawaii, and that while they were perched atop a sacred traditional Hawaiian mountain, she used the naturally occurring boulders to scratch her butt. She clearly understands what she did was wrong, but it didn’t stop her, saying “And you’re not supposed to sit on them, because you’re not supposed to expose your genitalia to them. I, however, was in a wetsuit for this whole shoot, so, oh my God they were so good for butt itching!”
Rightfully, the internet is not happy, and many have taken to Twitter to share their displeasure with the tasteless act.
Jennifer Lawrence: "i literally wiped my ass with sacred symbols of Hawaii"
Everyone: "so quirky. So relatable"
— gabriela (@miercolesgbr) December 7, 2016
Jennifer Lawrence made a joke about rubbing her butt up against a sacred rock in Hawaii and almost killing someone and I am tired of her.
— Morgan Jerkins (@MorganJerkins) December 8, 2016
— Shauna MacKinnon (@Shauna_j_mcleod) December 8, 2016
We’re not even sure how to reply to this story or why she would think that it’s so funny or relatable. We don’t relate to this type of action and we’re wondering if Lawrence will “get” that what she did was actually shockingly bad.
What do you think about Jennifer Lawrence’s admission? Let us know @BritandCo!
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