Blake Lively's latest Instagram post from Cannes has a whole lot of people upset.
The 28-year-old actress, who is currently in France promoting "Café Society" with Woody Allen, among other projects, took to Instagram Tuesday to share a split photo from the red carpet. One half shows Lively in a gold gown from the front and the other half shows her from behind.
"L.A. face with an Oakland booty," she captioned the photo.
The line, from Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back," did not sit well with many, who pointed out the issues with such a caption coming from a wealthy and famous white woman.
Jezebel writer J.E. Reich summarized the root of the problem: "In the end, it touts a diametrical opposition: that Los Angeles can be equated to elegance and/or beauty (read: whiteness), and that Oakland is its foil (read: blackness)."
Alas, Lively isn't the first white celebrity to use a line meant to celebrate black women's bodies.
Let's all do better.