I’m never having an opinion on anything ever again.

Christ. The JLaw fandom are out for blood.

To the anons calling me a hater RE: Jennifer Lawrence - I’m not hating on her as a person, I’m hating on what she did in that moment and how she conducts herself in interviews from a PR standpoint. As a person she’s delightful and I enjoy her work. God forbid someone’s opinion on a moment involving a person, that isn’t aggressive or acrimonious, should be interpreted as hate.

RECAP: JLaw? Fine. Flipping friend off in front of media at most important moment of career? Not fine.

Scandals aside, I actually really dislike this photoset. JLaw seems like a really nice and genuine girl, but her judgment when it comes to the media shits me to tears. She can be a real PR nightmare sometimes. Winning an academy award and then flipping off your friend while in front of the Hollywood foreign press is the top of the list of stupidest fucking things you can ever do as an actress. I can’t tell you how many people she shit off that day that bring it up whenever her name is mentioned at an industry event. Some people were super offended, esp members of The Academy found it crass and disrespectful. Sure it’s funny to everyone else (In retrospect and photo form. Definitely was not received well at the time) and it’s ‘Oh, so JLaw of her!’ But its a bit of a sign of immaturity. She’s young, she learned her lesson, but the less she interacts with the press the better it seems.

EDIT: To the anons calling me a hater - I’m not hating on her as a person, I’m hating on what she did in that moment and how she conducts herself in interviews from a PR standpoint. As a person she’s delightful and I enjoy her work. God forbid someone’s opinion on a moment involving a person, that isn’t aggressive or acrimonious, should be interpreted as hate. 

RECAP: JLaw? Fine. Flipping friend off in front of media at most important moment of career? Not fine.
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Scandals aside, I actually really dislike this photoset. JLaw seems like a really nice and genuine girl, but her judgment when it comes to the media shits me to tears. She can be a real PR nightmare sometimes. Winning an academy award and then flipping off your friend while in front of the Hollywood foreign press is the top of the list of stupidest fucking things you can ever do as an actress. I can’t tell you how many people she shit off that day that bring it up whenever her name is mentioned at an industry event. Some people were super offended, esp members of The Academy found it crass and disrespectful. Sure it’s funny to everyone else (In retrospect and photo form. Definitely was not received well at the time) and it’s ‘Oh, so JLaw of her!’ But its a bit of a sign of immaturity. She’s young, she learned her lesson, but the less she interacts with the press the better it seems.

EDIT: To the anons calling me a hater - I’m not hating on her as a person, I’m hating on what she did in that moment and how she conducts herself in interviews from a PR standpoint. As a person she’s delightful and I enjoy her work. God forbid someone’s opinion on a moment involving a person, that isn’t aggressive or acrimonious, should be interpreted as hate. 

RECAP: JLaw? Fine. Flipping friend off in front of media at most important moment of career? Not fine.
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Scandals aside, I actually really dislike this photoset. JLaw seems like a really nice and genuine girl, but her judgment when it comes to the media shits me to tears. She can be a real PR nightmare sometimes. Winning an academy award and then flipping off your friend while in front of the Hollywood foreign press is the top of the list of stupidest fucking things you can ever do as an actress. I can’t tell you how many people she shit off that day that bring it up whenever her name is mentioned at an industry event. Some people were super offended, esp members of The Academy found it crass and disrespectful. Sure it’s funny to everyone else (In retrospect and photo form. Definitely was not received well at the time) and it’s ‘Oh, so JLaw of her!’ But its a bit of a sign of immaturity. She’s young, she learned her lesson, but the less she interacts with the press the better it seems.

EDIT: To the anons calling me a hater - I’m not hating on her as a person, I’m hating on what she did in that moment and how she conducts herself in interviews from a PR standpoint. As a person she’s delightful and I enjoy her work. God forbid someone’s opinion on a moment involving a person, that isn’t aggressive or acrimonious, should be interpreted as hate. RECAP: JLaw? Fine. Flipping friend off in front of media at most important moment of career? Not fine.