"We're at the Golden Globes," she said. "If you put your phone down, you'd know that."
The point Lawrence probably sought to make — "about the value of living in the moment rather than living in the screen of an Apple device" — isn't a bad one, Mic wrote. Maybe she's faced some serious pphubbing as of late and her frustrations over it "exploded."
"Earlier in the night, the actor presented an award with Amy Schumer ... As the two arrived on stage, they criticized someone in the front row for their phone usage," The Guardian's report read. "'Please turn your phone off,' Schumer said. Lawrence laughed and then said: 'Can you please stop taking pictures?'"
So is Lawrence justified in her interaction with Fernández-Feo, or was it as rude as social media users indicated?
Chris Trondsen, a reporter present for the interview, did say Lawrence's comments were "lighthearted."
Mic detailed Trondsen's account of the events through tweets.
"Contrary to the Internet's belief that the reporter said the journalist was reading questions off of his phone, Chris Trondsen said he was likely filming or taking pictures, and that the exchange between Lawrence and him was lighthearted and chill," Mic's piece read.
I was in the press room w/ Jennifer Lawrence. She did NOT bully that reporter. He was not reading questions off of his phone. #GoldenGlobes