Amy Schumer talks about her role in the “insane” drama that surrounds Hilaria Baldwin and her exaggerated Spanish roots.
The 39-year-old comic was caught in controversy after she shared several snaps mocking and the fitness guru / mother of five for claiming to be from Spain when she was born in Boston.
But Amy made it clear that she only loved Ms. Baldwin, 37, telling Entertainment Tonight, “She’s amazing and I wish her and her family the best. And I hope she can visit Spain as much as she wants.
Intervention: Amy Schumer (above 2019) offered her two cents on all of Hilaria Baldwin’s controversy over her pseudo-Spanish heritage after being accidentally dragged into all the mess after several jokes on Instagram
Asked about the whole ordeal, Schumer said, “Oh my god, I really don’t even know what to say. I didn’t know this was going to happen, obviously.
Shedding light on the situation, she continued, “I feel like it was so insane and entertaining that I think Hilaria is probably the only person who is happy with the insurgency on Capitol Hill because she has. distracted [people] Starting from.’
“She is amazing and I wish her and her family the best,” she added. “And I hope she can visit Spain as much as she wants. “
Amy first teased Hilaria late last year, reposting a photo of the yogi in lingerie holding her toddler son, while the I Feel Pretty actress said she ‘just thought it was’ was funny ”.
“It’s a little crazy to be in lingerie with your baby. I just thought it was a little funny, then I saw that she had made a video and she looked a little upset, ”Schumer recalls.
“Not against me, but on the comments she was getting. I was just like, “I don’t wanna be mean,” and she seemed like it might be hurting her, so I just took that. ‘
Smile and Strip Him: Amy first teased Hilaria late last year, reposting a photo of the yogi in lingerie holding her toddler son, something while the I Feel Pretty actress said that she “just thought it was funny.” Amy’s version of the post is seen above
Follow-up: Explaining her logic behind the second post mocking Hilaria (above), she said, “I thought we were playing a little bit more, so I wrote,” Hey listen, I also like the ‘Spain. But then it became all that and people were really upset so I just took it off [too]’
Although Amy and Hilaria managed to get along, Schumer couldn’t help but have fun after Baldwin was called in for twisting her Spanish heritage.
“We were just playing with each other and then the whole Spain thing came out,” Amy continued, explaining the logic behind another Hilaria-inspired Instagram post.
“I just felt like everyone was looking at him. Just like, “What’s going on? I thought we were playing a little bit more so I wrote, ‘Hey listen, I love Spain too. But then it became all that and people were really upset so I just took it off [too]».
Amy quickly realized that she wanted to be “out of the story”.
“Listen, she’s a mom. She has a million and a half children, and it’s really hard, ”Schumer laughed.
Fake accent: Amy’s jokes came after allegations online that Baldwin faked her Spanish accent, while pretending to be from Mallorca, Spain, when she was in fact from Boston
“So I – I don’t want them to have a bad time.” But also, you can’t just pretend you’re from Spain, ”she reasoned.
Earlier this month, the Baldwin family were rocked by accusations that Hilaria faked her Spanish accent, while pretending to be from Mallorca, Spain, when she is in fact from Boston.
The social media frenzy started with a tweeter who said: “You must admire the commitment of Hilaria Baldwin in her long ten-year period of posing as a Spanish person.
Baldwin has since responded to accusations that she ‘faked’ her Spanish accent and heritage, posting a video on Instagram, stating: ‘Yes, I’m a white girl. I am a white girl.
Long con: The social media frenzy started with a tweet that read: “You have to admire Hilaria Baldwin’s commitment to her ten-year long period of posing as a Spanish person”