Twitter Spews Hate on Emma Watson after She showed off her New Tattoo at the Oscars

Emma Watson made a statement in this year’s Oscars bash by flaunting a temporary tattoo bearing the words ‘Times Up’ showing her full-fledged support against the sexual harassment which has happened throughout the years in full-throttle.

On Sunday’s evening, she wore a sleeveless dress for the Vanity Fair Oscars bash which allowed us ample amount of glimpse at her inked arm. Emma who is a Brown graduate clearly forgot the apostrophe between the E and the S. However, the rest of the people were quick to notice it leading to an immense backlash.

 

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She was a sight during the bash, stunning us in the black sleeveless dress.

After people spotted the grammatical error, there was a storm of critics pointing it out to the rest of the world.

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There were some supporters as well but the majority of people were stuck on the apostrophe.

People were trying focus on the positivity but the apostrophe wasn’t giving them enough freedom.

They were expecting more of her.

While others simply mocked her for trying too hard.

There were some who were simply losing their mind.

Yes, it definitely looks like an easy fix.

Grammar Nazis were having a rage while they were at it.

But no matter, what some people decided to stand by her.

Emma looked like a goddess in her dress, not failing to impress us.

Last month, Ms. Watson donated £1million to a fund for victims of sexual harassment.

Emma was amongst the first stars to speak up against Harvey Weinstein who is currently facing a lot of sexual harassment and rape charges against him.

She worked with Harvey in 2011 when she starred in My Week With Marilyn.

She posted on Twitter: ‘I stand with all the women who have been sexually harassed, and am awestruck by their bravery. This mistreatment of women has to stop. ‘

She was pictured with Jennifer Garner who has also supported the movement.

Emma was photographed enjoying a glass of wine as she partied.

She supports the movement and I personally think that we should praise her for it.

(h/t: DailyMail)
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