Followers Criticize Amy Schumer For Cyberbullying Nicole Kidman

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By Calvin S. Nelson

Amy Schumer is strolling again an ill-received joke that she made on-line about Nicole Kidman after social media customers accused her of cyberbullying the Oscar winner.

On Monday, the comic shared a photograph of Kidman on the U.S. Open and mocked her look in an Instagram submit, a lot to the frustration of her followers, Web page Six experiences. The submit garnered a lot destructive consideration that Schumer deleted it simply hours later.

Within the picture, Kidman, 56, appeared to stare intensely on the girls’s singles last between Coco Gauff and Aryna Sabalenka on the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York on Saturday.

The “Huge Little Lies” actor sported a pink costume and wore her hair in a aspect ponytail within the snapshot, which confirmed her holding her hand underneath her chin.

Schumer, 42, who additionally attended the match alongside her husband, Chris Fischer, captioned the submit, “This how human sit,” seemingly implying the Australian actor regarded robotic.

Social media customers scolded Schumer in unison and jumped to Kidman’s protection within the feedback part.

“Are you cyberbullying Oscar and Emmy winner Nicole Kidman proper now,” somebody requested underneath her since-deleted submit.

One other wrote, “This submit appears beneath you. What level are you making an attempt to make right here?”

“Bringing others down is at all times an indication of our personal inner insecurities anyway, so the critics right here ought to maintain a mirror,” commented one other person.

Reps for Schumer nor Kidman instantly responded to HuffPost’s request for remark.

Schumer swiftly deleted the preliminary submit, and adopted it up with an apology that took a jab at actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ ongoing backlash over their controversial help for his or her former “That ’70s Present” co-star Danny Masterson.

“I wish to apologize to all of the folks I damage posting a photograph of Nicole Kidman and alluding to her being an alien,” Schumer wrote in an Instagram submit that has additionally since been deleted. “I will probably be asking the forged of That ’70s Present to jot down letters advocating for my forgiveness #takingtimetoheal.”

Schumer’s sarcastic response comes simply two days after Kutcher and Kunis addressed followers’ scrutiny for writing help letters for Masterson forward of his sentencing for the rape of two girls.

Within the pair’s letters, obtained by reporter Meghann Cuniff, Kutcher insisted that Masterson isn’t an “ongoing hurt to society” and described him as a “position mannequin.” Kunis’ letter praised him as an “excellent position mannequin and good friend.”

Kidman has not publicly responded to Schumer’s disparaging remarks as of Monday.

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