Hmmmm – It’s not that the joke wasn’t funny, it’s just that it wasn’t, well, that much of a joke.
And when we say ‘funny’ we mean it was more ‘weird’ funny – not ‘funny’ funny.
But that’s only because rape is not a laughing matter.
Poor old Jen. She does need to understand, at some point, that from now on nothing she ever says will be private.
Actually that realisation should have happened the day her Twitter following broke the one hundred thousand mark.
Watch and learn Jen:
There. is. no. privacy. in. Hollywood. ever.
Just watch what you say in public from now on, please? Especially if it’s something a little, er, rapey.
Just think it rather.
Oh, and when your fans express their displeasure at your vulgarity on Twitter, you should think of making a public apology… they are your fans Jen. Come on now...
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