A Florida Art Gallery Is Planning To Show Kate Upton And JLaw’s Hacked Nudes In An Upcoming Exhibit

September 5, 2014 / Posted by:

According to the NY Daily News, an art gallery in St. Petersburg, Florida called CACA (a name which is entirely too perfect for this story) is launching an exhibition featuring the stolen iCloud nudes. CACA (which stands for Corey Allen Contemporary Art) sent out a press release to announce they’ve found a new definition for shameless by capitalizing on Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton’s hacked nipple pictures and displaying them on canvas in an upcoming exhibition by an artist named XVALA. Totally off topic, but I will be seriously disappointed if there isn’t a Puerto Rican drag queen out there with the name “Caca Xvala“.

The press released claims the hacked nudes will part of an exhibit called “Fear Google”, which features 7 years worth of images “found on Google of celebrities in their most vulnerable and private moments, that were comprised by either hackers or the paparazzi.” The show also features the leaked nudes of ScarJo from a couple years ago and a picture of Britney Spears with a shaved head. Um, do they not know that you can see that shit on the internet for free? DUMB.

The show is set to open on October 30th, but something tells me the FBI will be pulling out a chair and asking them to have a seat while they hang a cease-and-desist on the wall and ask them to describe what they see long before that. I doubt it’s legal. Unless it’s actually a sting organized by the St. Petersburg PD in association with Chris Hansen to catch fucking creepazoids, in which case…still illegal, right?

Regardless, it’s happening in Florida, which means that even if this art show is 100% legal, there’s a 99.9% chance that a shirtless meth-smoking Waffle House manager named Cross Eyes will lose control of his 1999 Toyota Tercel while getting road head from a Oxy-popping stripper who goes by the name “Krysstal Shymmer” and crash full-speed into the front of CACA before they get a chance to put out the first cheese plate. It’s Florida! How could that NOT happen???

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