At the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday, Amy Schumer stopped to take a picture with a 17-year-old named Jackson Murphy (then went on to deliver an amazing acceptance speech for her MVP award). Murphy reviews movies on his YouTube channel under the moniker Lights Camera Jackson. Still, he's not exactly famous. Even though he has 5,000 Twitter followers, it's safe to say Amy Schumer was doing him a favor. And he repaid her with this tweet:
The tweet has since been deleted, probably because Schumer saw it and responded. She was not amused:
In Murphy's defense, he did apologize, which is more than most adults can manage to do. We should all be thankful that there wasn't social media when we were teenagers. Or if you are a teenager, learn from this:
Schumer relented as well, and accepted his mea culpa:
Sexism is a bummer, for sure, but thankfully Schumer turned this into a teachable moment: Don't put creepy lies on social media and don't try to be funnier than Amy Schumer.