While Queen Bey broke the Internet and got everyone rejoicing, Jess Hilarious' take on the direction of her own photoshoot has everyone talking for a much different slew of reasons.
For the photoshoot, Jess Hilarious and her preschooler are sporting matching Jordans and not much else, stirring up the debate regarding whether or not the comedian's pose with her son was inappropriate or not.
One of the most controversial reactions came from fellow comedian Corey Holcomb, who took to Twitter to ruthlessly dig into Jess Hilarious, saying, "This is a part of what's wrong with black America! These whores want their sons to be b****es. F***ing disgusting."
Naturally, his uncensored reaction sparked even more of a heated debate, with many leaving his mentions in shambles and offering their own point of view.
Take a look at some reactions to Jess Hilarious' nude photoshoot with her child in the posts below.
This is a part of what's wrong with black America! These whores want their sons to be bitches. Fucking disgusting 💩 pic.twitter.com/lSOlawWr58— Corey Holcomb (@thecoreyholcomb) February 24, 2017
I commend @jesshilarious for her picture with her son. Smh. Black men are supposed to be the first when it comes to uplifting Sistahs...— Jameria Benning (@Meria1983) February 25, 2017
@thecoreyholcomb What's wrong w/this? Mothers have baths w/their kids when they're very young. Some people aren't even there for their kids— Paul O' Farrell (@BruisedRedApple) February 25, 2017
@thecoreyholcomb she's the mother. I honestly see nothing wrong... you have no place to speak.— Dejon (@dejonrt21) February 25, 2017
@thecoreyholcomb if kim k did it y'all would've called it "art" y'all fake woke and hypocrite!— IG: memoirsofadoll (@kiv_msdemure) February 25, 2017
@thecoreyholcomb This is the most disrespectful tweet I've ever seen. Where's the comedy in this? Youre way off base. This is too far.— The B.L.A.C.K Media (@TheBLACKMedia) February 25, 2017
@thecoreyholcomb nah, your tweet & vulgarity shows you're part of what's wrong w/Black America. Smh— Queen Harrison (@goQueengo) February 25, 2017
@thecoreyholcomb next time you wanna speak for all of "black America" make sure you're not ignorant.— Kayla👑 (@lameusernam3) February 25, 2017
@thecoreyholcomb The picture is odd, yes. But the fact you trying to make a point while calling her a whore makes you apart of the problem.— sʜє pєттʏ fʟɑcĸo (@RoeLaFway) February 25, 2017
(Photo: Jess Hilarious via Instagram)
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