Ben Affleck Responds To Teasing About His Weight Impelreport
Most of the time celebrity is history. But in some cases, history is history. As an example, we have the case of Ben Affleck, who gave statements after The New Yorker published an article about him last week, and titled it “The great sadness of Ben Affleck”. Shortly after the note came to light, the Internet erupted in a frenzy claiming that the writer had embarrassed the star for his overweight.
In the piece, apparently seasoned with a bit of humor, Naomi Fry (the author) talks about the famous photos that recently emerged from the actor on the beaches of Hawaii, shirtless and showing a tattoo that covers his entire back, while filming his next film, Triple Frontier.
In the article, which is in the “Annals of Apparitions” section of the website, the writer wrote, “Your gut is going out in a way that, in a more enlightened country like, for example, France, perhaps he is considered virile, not very different from the lustful Gérard Depardieu at his best, but in the United States, which is physical and fascist, he looks like a Homer Simpson. ”
The article went on to say, “A gray, blue towel wrapped around his midsection protecting him, evoking a shy teenager in a public pool.” Observing the water in front of him, his gaze dark and empty, Affleck is a defeated Roman senator. ”
The readers did not appreciate the writer’s comment referring to the intestine or its comparison with the animated character.
@Lefty__Knox wrote, “This is like the fifth time you posted this disgusting and shameful job to hack an article.The New Yorker lost a subscriber today.When did TNY become worse than the tabloids?
@deancollins wrote: “This is a really evil article, it’s pathetic to have fun with someone who is clearly depressed and deals with substance abuse for their own benefit. I can not believe @NewYorker has published this junk … ‘Never look down to someone, unless I help him get up. ‘”
The publication has been criticized online, due to its cruel opinions towards the actor, and for attacking a person who has suffered publicly and privately with alcoholism.
The story of the New Yorker ends with a trial and consultation: “The image suggests not only the fall of Affleck but also the fall of man.There is something about this exhausted father that induces panic.We have been living in a world by Affleck’s for So long, will we know each other when they’re gone? ” Affleck answered on Thursday and tweeted, “I’m fine, thick skin reinforced by gaudy tattoos.”