Armie Hammer’s Video Of His Son Sucking His Foot Got Him Trending On Twitter

July 28, 2019 / Posted by:

Armie Hammer made the decision to post about his 2-year-old son Ford Hammer sucking on his feet, and Armie didn’t just post the words, he posted the video in an Instagram Story and decided that’s something his 1.2 million followers needed to see. Armie, stick to liking bondage pics on Twitter!

You know that family with a laissez-faire attitude about nudity around each other or that brother and sister who are so lovey-dovey that they’re bordering on Lannister or when a grandmother innocently comments on the size of her grandson’s girlfriend’s breasts? This is one of those situations and it’s causing everyone to question themselves, realize they’re completely repulsed despite the purported innocence of the goings-on and immediately begin creating memes to deal with their trauma.

Paper reports that, in a since-deleted Instagram Story, Armie unwisely chose to showcase his son Ford going in on dad’s toes. Um…

Armie chose to ignore his wife Elizabeth Chambers’ off-camera assertion that “this is not normal” and he posted that. Here’s the caption he used and OMG, it makes it so much worse:

“This happened for a solid 7 minutes… #footfetishonfleek”

First off, I’m nearing 100 and even I’m not using “fleek” anymore, Dad. Secondly – HOLY SHIT….NO. NO. And NO.

This incident took the cringe factor of Armie’s dance scene from Call Me By Your Name and amped it up to DEFCON LEVEL CUT THE SHIT, ARMIE.

Here’s a few of the reactions:

Armie is known for his social media mishaps. As I mentioned in the beginning, Armie once “liked” a whole bunch of bondage content on Twitter without realizing people could see what he was into. He got flak (not fleek) for pissing on people posting pics of themselves with Stan Lee after he died. He even quit Twitter at one point because he had trouble keeping his fingers from stabbing responses out at everything that he saw that bugged him and proclaimed it “toxic.” (He returned shortly afterward.)

If only he had quit Instagram before posting that vid. Not only would it have helped him avoid being seen as a clueless creepy type, but it would have staved off the future lawsuit his son is going to file against him after learning that his dad posted that video.


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