Just recently, actor Blake Lively went out for a stroll in the city with her three daughters — James, 6, Inez, 4, and Betty, 21 months — whom she shares with husband and actor Ryan Reynolds. However, during her strolling time, she figured that the shutterbugs are stalking her and hiding in and out. Recalling the ‘frightening’ experience, she accused the outlet of being ‘deceitful’. Sharing her ordeal of what exactly happened, she then left a long comment on the publication’s handle which is now deleted. ‘You edit together these images together to look like I'm happily waving. But that is deceitful,’ Lively wrote.
"The real story is: My children were being stalked by a men [sic] all day. Jumping out. And then hiding. A stranger on the street got into words with them because it was so upsetting for her to see,” she said, adding that she attempted to ‘calmly approach’ the photographer, who ‘would run away’. "Where is your morality here? I would like to know. Or do you simply not care about the safety of children?” the Gossip Girl alum continued. She even urged the publication to delete it while asking them to represent the truth.
“Please delete. Please don’t buy photos from men stalking children. You can see on my face, even under my glasses that it was deeply disturbing. There’s a reason I’m holding my baby and pushing the others, not wanting anyone walk. So I had them all in my immediate safety in that scenario the felt dangerous as a mother. Please represent the truth here,” Blake’s comment read.
The screenshot of her comments was shared by Comments by Celebs where Lively even dropped a long comment, thanking them for sharing. She wrote, “One simple thing people can do is stop following and block any publications or handles who publish kid’s pictures. Feel free to report them. Or send a dm sharing why you don’t follow them. But it’s a simple way of only aligning with publications who have morality. And so many do. All are trying to service an audience.” ALSO READ: We Used To Live Here: Blake Lively Signs On The Dotted Line With Netflix, To Star And Produce Psychological Thriller Novel’s Screen Adaption
“So if that audience makes it clear they don’t want something —like photos of children obtained by men frightening and stalking them— the publication or account will do what the audience wants. It’s the only way that so many have already stopped. Because the people demanded it. So thank you to everyone who’s made that difference already. And thank you again for sharing. It’s fucking scary,” she continued. ALSO READ: Ryan Reynolds And Blake Lively Joke About Fourth Pregnancy On Social Media; Looks Like The Deadpool Star Does Not Want To Have More Kids
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