Blake Lively Is Once Again Talking About Her “Oakland Booty”

June 22, 2016 / Posted by:

Ah must say, I do believe my derrière is just about as thick and juicy as a big ol’ cast iron pan of plantation peach cobbler. Goodness me, it appears that talking about it has done given me a case of the vapors!

Last month, Blake Lively pissed off some people after she posted a front-and-back picture of herself on Instagram with the caption: “L.A. face with an Oakland booty.” Most people weren’t having it because they thought she was being racially insensitive. Despite the pitchforks, Blake never yanked down the picture from Instagram.

Even though Sir Mix-A-Lot himself gave Blake two anacondas up, Blake isn’t ready to let the whole “Oakland booty” thing go just yet. During an interview with Sway in the Morning (via UsWeekly) on Tuesday, Blake defended her decision to quote Sir Mix-A-Lot.

“It’s something I was proud of. I never meant to offend anyone. I was celebrating my body…It’s nice to have a nice curve and not look like you’re starving to death.”

Sway in the Morning’s Sway Calloway, who is from Oakland, added his two cents, saying: “I’m from Oakland, Blake. And if I say you have an Oakland booty, then you have an Oakland booty, damn it.

Blake also wanted everyone to know that the Blake you see walking up a red carpet is not what Blake looks like in real life. But does real life Blake still have an Oakland booty? Or is that red carpet trickery, like ass pads and a Bubbles® butt bra. Where is the real Blake’s real ass from? Berkeley? Alameda? These are the important questions.

Here’s Blake at the NYC premiere of The Shallows yesterday giving you discount dominatrix on top and DIY bride who forgot to sew the lining into her dress on the bottom.


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