Jason Lewis From “Sex And The City” Admits To Shooting Rice Around Cats In His Yard And Is Sorry For That

January 30, 2021 / Posted by:

Since the name Jason Lewis may make your brain spit out MariahCareyIDontKnowHer.GIF, he played Smith Jerrod (aka the Absolut Hunk aka Samantha Jones’ blondie boy toy actor) in the last season of Sex and the City and in both movies. Since then, he’s been in the show Midnight, Texas, as well as some Lifetime movies and other shit nobody has seen, but today (which is Caturday of all days) he’s known as a pussy-abusing wad of corroded ass cheese. Because he’s been shooting rice near stray cats to scare them out of his yard. After getting called out, Jason sharted out a sowwy. Nice try, trick, but when the cat takeover finally happens, you’ll still be at the top of their enemy list.

Opel Barnes, a woman who goes by the username @savingpussies on TikTok, posted a video where she says she’s been feeding cats who were left homeless and hungry after losing their human. TMZ adds that the cats’ owner died in September and nobody took them in, so they’ve been out of a home. And not only are they homeless and hungry, but they’ve also had to dodge flying rice being shot at them by Jason Lewis. The cats have apparently been shitting in Jason’s yard, and instead of scattering orange peels and lavender around his yard after Googling “how to humanely keep cats out of your yard,” he decided to shoot around them with rice.

In the video, Jason tells Opel that she’s been “unreasonable” in the way that she’s talking to him, to which she says that he’s being unreasonable by shooting at the poor cats. “Unreasonable would’ve been putting pellets in here instead of grains of rice” is Jason’s response and then he goes on to burp out about how he’s not hitting them and is just trying to scare them off. Opel lets Jason know that she’s trying to get them to trust her so she can put them in a new home and he’s making it impossible for her to do that.

When Kim Cattrall made it clear that she was done with Sex and the City and called Sarah Jessica ParkerĀ a fake hypocrite, Jason Lewis took SJP’s side because he needs the check he’s all about being nice. Yes, that’s true, he is all about being nice, because we all know that the epitome of nice is scaring the shit out of poor stray cats (which puts more shit in your yard, dumbass!) by shooting rice at them.

In a statement to TMZ, Jason apologized and admitted he made a mistake:

“Everyone who knows me knows my love of animals. I’ve tried for months to work with a person who is coming into the neighborhood and feeding a large group of feral cats in an effort to relocate them as they have been filling the yards with fleas and waste. I made the wrong choice in shooting rice into the dirt (not toward the cats) to spook with the noise and scare them away. To fellow animal lovers that I disappointed, I’m sorry.”

The thing is, there’s a much easier and humane way to keep cats from caca-ing in his yard. All Jason has to do is fill his yard with a stinkier #2 and every living thing will stay away. And yes, by that I mean putting a TV in his backyard and playing Sex and the City 2 on a loop. Although, that wouldn’t be very humane either, now that I think about it.

Pic: Wenn.com

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