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Amy Schumer Hilariously Rips The 'New York Post' For Calling Her Sun Hat 'Unflattering'

The actor and comedian took issue with the news outlet's criticism of the sun hat she wore in a recent Instagram post.

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Amy Schumer will not stand for anyone shaming her for... the use of sun protection?!

Yep, the New York Post targeted the actor and comedian's sun hat she wore in a recent Instagram post.

The Post's article was about the actor "breaking her silence" on the Barbie movie, which she exited roughly six years ago.

Obviously joking, Schumer captioned a photo of herself in sunnies and the aforementioned headwear:

"Really enjoyed Barbie and Oppenheimer but I think I should have played Emily Blunts role."
"Do better Hollywood."

Blunt portrayed the wife of J. Robert Oppenheimer in the film.

In their article, the Post mentioned Schumer was wearing "sunglasses and a large, unflattering sun hat."

Goodness.

Not to worry, though... In true Amy Schumer fashion, she hilariously responded with a follow-up Instagram post calling out the publication.

She wrote:

"The @nypost said my sunhat in my previous was unflattering. How dare you? That hat was voted most flattering hat by women trying to protect themselves from the sun."

Viewers of the Instagram post defended Schumer's "cancer prevention chic" style in the comments.

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Fortunately for the New York Post, they don't need an "unflattering" sun hat... they just got a lot of shade.