For the past month, Jason Derulo has had his shares of controversies. One of them was when he appeared during Andy Cohen’s SiriusXM show “Radio Andy” when he complained that his “anaconda” was digitally clipped from his upcoming movie “Cats.”
And he isn’t referring to the real snake. In this film, he will play as Rum Tum Tugger from the hit Broadway musical “Cats.”
For some of you who don’t know, this is the fourth longest-running musical in history. Last month, he also raised his eyebrows when he posted a photo on his Instagram that showed the bulge between his legs.
One fan asked him what kind of animal he was hiding under his pants, and Derulo answered back with “anaconda.” Unfortunately, that photo was taken down by Instagram, although he pointed out that he was not sufficiently aroused in that photo. Still, only semi-aroused, this singer must be a joker sometimes too because he posted a sandwich over his manhood.
For those of you wondering, here’s a brief description – he captioned it with “Good Mornin’ 💦.” On the background was Bali, he was nude except for a necklace on his neck and a snuggly pair of underwear that emphasizes his bulge. He was responding back and forth with his fans and even commented: “Don’t lie.. did you zoom?”
However, the controversy started when he was accused that he photoshopped his endowment. Even during the interview with TMZ, that controversy spun to life on its own, and the cameraman also asked if enhancement was done, and he answered back, “Photoshop?! Photoshop?! Man, don’t make -… Hey, there’s not enough women in this area”. He added then, “Just know, us, Haitians, we look different.”
It took two weeks after he posted it when Instagram took it down. All because of the controversy it reached. He took a screenshot of the notice from Instagram, claiming that the content was against the guidelines of the company.
He was mad about the removal of that post. He made an Instagram story saying, “Y’all ain’t going to believe this — Instagram took down my Bali pic! They took down my Bali pic!”.
The screenshot says, “We removed your post because it goes against our Community Guidelines on nudity or sexual activity. Out guidelines are based on our global community, and some audiences may be sensitive to different things,”
Jason Derulo also exclaimed, “Hey, listen, all these girls showing their ass and all kinds of crazy s— and I have underwear on in Bali, and they took my pic down. It’s discrimination. Like, I understand, I can’t help my size, but you can’t take down my pic.”
By his way of protesting, he posted another photo with a caption “F again— u mean? I have underwear on… I can’t help my size..”
A spokesman from Facebook, which also is the same company with Instagram, explained that the post violated its guidelines because of the “aroused genitalia.” That was the saga of his anaconda, and so it continued.