Amy Schumer took a hit on Hilaria Baldwin over her questionable Spanish accent amid accusations that the Boston-born yoga guru was so. Falsifying its predecessors for years.
“I got it. I’ve been to Spain many times and loved it too,” the 39-year-old comedian wrote Sunday in a post that has since been deleted on Instagram of a photo of her wearing sunglasses and an oversized beach hat.
The post included an emoji for the option – a cryptic reference to Baldwin, 36, to “forget” the English word for vegetable during the “Today” segment.
Schumer and Baldwin Trade barbs last week After a joked comic He posted a picture of Baldwin wearing lingerie And her newborn baby, pretending that the shot was hers and writing that she “wants everyone to have a happy holiday.”
Baldwin responded with a video about body fakes – and it quickly confused fans of American accent.
Baldwin, who has five children with actor Alec Baldwin, has had to defend her fickle tone and questions about her legacy after a viral outbreak. Tweet from Leni Briscoe that read: “You have to admire Hilaria Baldwin’s commitment to 10 years in Spanish impersonation.”
In an Instagram video, Hilaria confesses that she was born in Bentown as “Hillary”, claiming that she spent “some of my childhood in Boston, some of my childhood in Spain”.
She said, “Yes, I am a white girl, and my family is white.”
However, her agency’s bio states that fitness enthusiasts “were born in Mallorca, Spain and raised in Boston, Massachusetts”.
On Sunday, Baldwin also tried to explain her ever-changing tone, saying that she, too, was confused.
She said, “If I speak Spanish a lot, I tend to mix it up or if I speak a lot of English I mix it up, then that’s one of those things I’ve always felt insecure about.” .