Chloe Grace Moretz has problems with the way she body takes care of a family guy meme made him look at himself in a different light.
Chloe Grace Moretz was deeply affected by the meme
The Kick ass The actress shared that in the past, she wasn’t too affected by what people said about her because she knew it wasn’t true and understood that being an actress comes with gossip. However, when the conversation turned to her body, it made her extremely uncomfortable.
“For a long time, I was able to be the Chloë that people see and the Chloë that I am in private,” she shared with Hunger magazine.
“Then those two worlds collided and I felt really raw and vulnerable and open,” she explained. And then came the onslaught of horrible memes that started being sent to me about my body.
Chloe Grace Moretz Family Guy Meme
The actress’ body was under scrutiny for a shitty paparazzi photo. “There’s one meme that really got to me, the one of me walking into a hotel with a pizza box in my hand,” she said. “And this photo was manipulated into a character of family guy with the long legs and the short torso, and it was one of the most popular memes at the time.
She realized that everyone was making fun of her body and it suddenly made her painfully aware that people were aware. The Greta The actress started in the business at 12 years old, for her, her body was the last thing on her mind as she played cool roles like Hit Girl.
The meme featured main character Peter Griffin in a deleted scene where he is a woman with long legs and a blonde wig. The character has been dubbed “legs go all the way up”. Passersby were terrified of her because she had no torso only legs. They screamed and ran away from the character. You can see why Moretz was a little bothered.
Chloe Grace Moretz tried to defend herself
Moretz admitted that when she had had enough, she opted to call someone laughing at the meme right in front of her, but it didn’t go over well at all. “Everyone was making fun of my body and I talked to someone about it and they were like, ‘Oh shut the fuck up, that’s funny,'” she recalled.
The blowback put the actress in a weird headspace and she cowered. “I just remember sitting there and thinking, my body is being used as a joke and that’s something I can’t change about who I am, and it’s posted all over Instagram .”
The hate was tough on the young actress mostly because it seemed like everyone collectively agreed that it was true. “It was something as benign as walking into a hotel with leftovers. And to this day, when I see that meme, it’s something very difficult for me to overcome.
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“I intend to get behind the camera,” she shared, and for her acting is a “form of therapy.” What she says is that she is goal oriented and that keeps her focused and distracted from the negative.