Ginny and Georgia star Antonia Gentry is thanking fans for support days after Taylor Swift branded a joke her character makes on the Netflix series "sexist". Gentry, 23, shared a lengthy statement on Instagram Thursday thanking fans for their "voices and inspiration" in the days following the show's release. While she didn't address the Swift backlash directly, the actress' post comes three days after Swift, 31, expressed her disappointment in Netflix and the show's writers for including a joke about her love life. I never would have imagined something like this as a young girl -- that is, having a voice capable of impact," Gentry wrote. View this post on Instagram.
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The ad opens with a scene of Satan in hell, sitting on his fiery throne apparently depressed at a lack of success finding love. The couple hits it off, with supplemental scenes showing the two stealing toilet paper from bathrooms and taking a selfie in front of a dumpster fire. Actor Ryan Reynolds shared the video, made by his advertising company, with his more than 16 million Twitter followers on Wednesday in a tweet that racked up 21, retweets and more than , likes. A match made in hell is still a match.
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Example: [Collected via e-mail, November ]. I received this message today that claims to be a bunch of Jeff Foxworthy jokes very derogatory to Muslims. I find it difficult to believe they really came from him. You refine heroin for a living, but you have a moral objection to liquor. You may be a Muslim.
A: Nobody knows and we may never find out! Q: Did you hear about the joke that Andy Dalton told his receivers? A: It went over their heads. Q: Why can't Andy Dalton use the phone anymore?