Tuesday, January 24, 2023

‘Potato chips follow’: Alec Baldwin slams criticism of his ‘sexually suggestive’ caption.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Alec Baldwin was disappointed that some people interpreted his Instagram caption, which was posted alongside a photo of his wife and young son, as a “sexually suggestive innuendo.” The 64-year-old actor responded to one of his followers in the post’s comments section, declaring, “The United States is a country fueled by hate.”

Baldwin’s controversial comment was initially, “The old ‘let me rub your back’ trick,” which sparked a wave of criticism. It was posted alongside a picture of his wife Hilaria, 39, getting a back massage from their son, six-year-old Leonardo. One person commented, “Imagine you’re charged with involuntary manslaughter and the first post you make after the announcement contains a picture of your attention-grabbing wife posing with their young son and captioned with a sexually suggestive innuendo.” second person wrote: “Sexualizing kids is always so weird, but your own kid? Yikes.” Another person wrote, “That’s a freaking weird comment on a photo of your son and his mom,” while another called the choice of words “disgusting.” Many other people implored the father of eight to stop being “problematic” and using social media at the moment.


‘This is creepy’: Alec Baldwin slammed ‘sexually suggestive references’ about son and wife for the caption

Baldwin reacted angrily to the criticism, writing, “Potato chips follow,” and explaining, “I’ve adjusted the lyrics. The Baldwins have been the target of a number of internet rumors over the years, one of which claimed that Hilaria wore fake baby bumps during her pregnancies.

The Boston-born yoga teacher also recently received flak for trying to mimic a Spanish accent. However, the couple has more pressing concerns right now. Prosecutors previously announced they would charge Baldwin with involuntary manslaughter for the October 2021 murder of “Rust” cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

Hannah Gutierrez Reed, the film’s gunsmith who was responsible for the guns on set, is also facing involuntary manslaughter charges, which carry a possible 18-month prison sentence. Baldwin’s attorney called the charges a “horrific miscarriage of justice,” while Hilaria recently urged the paparazzi to “leave [her] Family at Peace” with an “Empathy” sweatshirt.

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