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Lindsay Lohan Expresses Disappointment Over Mean Girls Movie Joke

by Diana Wilson
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Lindsay Lohan finds herself at the center of controversy once again, as she expresses deep disappointment and hurt over a recent joke in the new ‘Mean Girls’ movie.

In a scene featuring Megan Thee Stallion, the rapper declares, “We are going back red. Y2K fire crotch is back!” – a direct reference to a 2006 incident that left Lohan emotionally scarred.

The infamous incident occurred when Brandon Davis, during a night out in LA with Paris Hilton, targeted Lohan with the offensive term “fire crotch.” This derogatory remark not only sparked a public feud but also became a painful chapter in Lohan’s life.

The decision to incorporate this historical moment into the film has reignited old wounds for the actress. According to The Messenger, Lohan revealed that she was blindsided by the reference and had not anticipated her past being dredged up in such a public manner.

The ‘Mean Girls’ franchise, known for its sharp wit and satirical humor, has often pushed the boundaries. However, the choice to resurrect a hurtful moment from Lohan’s past raises questions about the ethical boundaries of humor in the entertainment industry.

Fans of Lindsay Lohan have rallied behind her on social media, expressing empathy and support. Many argue that the joke crosses a line and serves as a reminder of the challenges Lohan faced during a tumultuous period in her life.

While the film’s creators may have intended the reference as a playful nod to the original movie’s cultural impact, the unintended consequence of reopening old wounds for Lohan cannot be overlooked.


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