Jennifer Aniston is being trolled for claiming she’s ‘so over cancel culture’.
“Cancel Culture” has been cancelled by Jennifer Aniston. The Morning Show host and executive producer remarked in a new interview with The Wall Street Journal that one of her “big” on-set regulations is “no assholes” allowed but added that she is “so over” the fad.
Aniston told the publication, “I’m so over the cancel culture. Probably since I said that, I just got a cancellation. Simply put, I’m baffled by what it signifies.… Can there be no atonement? I’m not sure. I don’t believe that everyone is like Harvey Weinstein.”
People are trolling Jennifer Aniston on social media for saying she is “so over cancel culture.”
After being found guilty of rape and sexual assault charges, Weinstein—the disgraced Hollywood producer whose allegations of sexual misconduct helped spark the #MeToo movement back in 2017—is currently serving a 39-year jail term.
Weinstein didn’t harass Aniston, but their interactions weren’t exactly enjoyable.
“He’s not a guy, you’re like, ‘God, I can’t wait to hang out with Harvey.’ Never,” she said. “You were actually like, ‘Oh, God, OK, suck it up.’ I remember actually, he came to visit me on a movie to pitch me a movie. And I do remember consciously having a person stay in my trailer.”
According to Weinstein, the Friends actress “never had any uncomfortable instances with me.”
Aniston has previously spoken up about her unpleasant encounter with Weinstein. The actor, who collaborated with Weinstein on the 2005 movie Derailed, stated that Harvey was nasty to her companion during a premiere dinner for the film ahead of The Morning Show’s 2019 debut.
Aniston said in the same interview that Weinstein had attempted to pressure her into donning a dress from his ex-wife Georgina Chapman’s clothing business while she was in London filming Derailed.