It's pretty uncommon for a celebrity of Jennifer Lawrence's magnitude not to have social media, but a las, Lawrence has neither a Twitter or Instagram account. If anything, it's yet another reason why we love her. She's always dancing to the beat of her drum — whether it's flipping off people at award shows or getting wasted Kris Kardashian's house, they don't make 'em like Jennifer Lawrence too often.
Despite championing her lack of social media, it does make it pretty difficult to find Lawrence's hottest moments. Other celebrities like Ariel Winter and Emily Ratajowski, for example, post hot pictures like they're going out of style — Jennifer Lawrence? Not so much. It takes a little bit of deep-diving on our part, but it's all deep-diving worth doing.
We would like to clarify however, that showing y'all sexy pictures of Lawrence on the red carpet is within respectable boundaries. Promoting and sharing any images that came from hackers? Nope, not OK. In fact, Jennifer recently shared that she's still not over the whole ordeal and rightfully so! That sh-t is a huge invasion of privacy and celebrity or otherwise, nude photographs should never be shared without consent. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter Lawrence recalled an exchange where someone had referred to her as a "good role model for girls", Jennifer detailed:
"I had to go into the bathroom and sob because I felt like an imposter, and I felt like I can’t believe somebody feels that way,” she said. “It’s so many different feelings to process when you’ve been violated like that.”
Hear that, guys? If you think Jennifer is a kickass actress and killer role model for women, you should respect her the way you would any other female! Looking at sexy photos is fine, when the actress says it's fine, ya got it? That being said, you can now resume to your regularly scheduled programming.