Simu Liu, the 30-year-old MCU alum, recently yelled at legendary actress Sharon Stone on her social media, according to a new report from Just Jared. Sources say Sharon Stone complained about her ban on Bumble earlier this week, the dating app where women are encouraged to send a message first.
The 61-year-old wrote on his Twitter that people had complained about his account, believing that there was no way the account would be real. “Don’t close the hive to me!” Asked the actress. In response to his message, Simu noted that he did not have a Bumble account but had to ask, “What are you doing in six months?”
At the moment, it’s unclear why Simu has to wait six months to speak with Stone, but he could be busy working on a new Marvel movie. After publicly declaring his interest in the actress, his fans congratulated him on his audacity.
Earlier this year, Sharon Stone hit the headlines for a more serious reason, a lawsuit with rapper Chanel West Coast. First reported by Page Six, the media claims that Sharon’s legal team sued the Ridiculousness star for using his name and trademark in a song called “Sharon Stoned”.
Hey, I don’t have a bumble but uh … what are you doing in six months?
– Simu Liu (@SimuLiu) December 30, 2019
Sharon’s legal representatives filed formal court documents in federal court in Los Angeles earlier this year, hoping to stop the publication and broadcast of the song and its video.
According to court documents, Sharon’s team was concerned that Chanel West Coast had used the actress’ name repeatedly and free of charge not only in her title but also in the lyrics. Sharon’s lawyer added that Chanel had used his name, in total, more than a hundred times.
In addition, Chanel allegedly used the identity and personality of Sharon in the clip, including her image, identity, etc.
Sharon’s most famous role in the film, Basic Instinct, featured the culturally iconic scene in which Sharon uncrosses her legs to reveal her genitals, a scene that the video alludes to. Sharon and her team argued that she had total control over her identity in public and that she would continue to fight for her.