Jennette McCurdy, The Nickelodeon Chick Fired For Leaked Sexts, Is Throwing Ass Shots On Instagram In Response
If you haven’t heard of her, Jennette McCurdy had a show with fellow Nickelodeon girl/pop star Ariana Grande, Sam & Cat, put on hiatus when she had some lingerie selfies — posted below purely for the sake of reference — mysteriously leak online. During the show’s network-imposed break, McCurdy went all bad girl 4 lyfe on Nickelodeon, no-showing their Kids’ Choice Awards, holding out for a salary bump, and generally shitting in Nickelodeon’s faces until the network decided to “not produce more episodes” i.e. opting to kick Jennette’s very generous ass to the curb.
Now, a month after being forced out, McCurdy is going hard at her former employer with the above cannon shot of an Instagram photo on her personal account featuring the hashtags “#datass #fapfapfap #eww #boysaregross” along with the nips/ass combo platter. It’s just the kind of career choice you’ve got to stand up and applaud. Call me a feminist if you must but there’s nothing I like to see more than a young woman just reminding us all about her rights to do what she wants.
Listen here, guys, people like Jennette and I are not out there posting shots of our sexy 22-year-old ass and braless nips for the world for your sick sexual fantasies. This is about womanhood. Independence. Strength in the face of the male oppressors and the chains in which they keep us shackled. Let’s turn this patriarchy on its head, Jennette, me and you. Butt/nip combo platters? That’s what Mike from Breaking Bad would call a half-measure. Would Rosie the Riveter settle for a half-measure? NO. Would Susan B. Anthony? NO. Did Marie Curie stop working with radium because she showed it existed? NO! She kept going up until she died of radiation poisoning which, I admit, is not the greatest metaphor but nobody ever said the journey would be easy, Jennette.
Let’s take this fight to the streets. You hear us, Nickelodeon? We won’t let our rights to femininity and expression keep us from earning a living. I don’t care how many orifices Jennette has to show on camera or how gaping they have to be, we won’t stop until our voices are heard loud and clear. This is a revolution. This is change. This is feminism you can truly believe in.
Pretty sure that worked, right? Someone send her this blog in an email but cut out this part. Thanks in advance.