Ryan Reynolds was trolled again by his wife Blake Lively on social media.
“Deadpool” actor, Ryan Reynolds, helped move a snapping turtle under a car this time. Blake drooled at his “fine a–arm” as he helped move the turtle.
On Sunday, the 44-year-old actor wrote on his Instagram story, “Snapping turtle: pick a worse place to chill.”
In response, Blake posted a DM about the post claiming it was a “thirst trap” because he highlighted his muscular arms.
On her own Instagram Story, the 33-year-old actress wrote, “Are we supposed to believe this isn’t a post about your fine ass arms?”
The joke was continued by drawing attention to Reynolds’ bulging triceps and biceps.
Prior to becoming Hollywood’s most adoring couple, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds were just “buddies” –which isn’t surprising since the two are one of the most down-to-earth couples in Hollywood.
In an interview, Gossip Girl star Blake said,
“We were such good friends for so long, and we both got to know each other as friends. It didn’t click for a good year and a half. That’s what I appreciate about our relationship is that he’s my friend first and foremost.”
They met while filming “Green Lantern” in 2010 and got married there in 2012. The famous Hollywood stars have been married now for nine years. Together they have three daughters: six-year-old James, Inez, four-year-old Betty, and almost two-year-old Betty.
Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, and Will Arnett had recently interviewed Reynolds on the SmartLess podcast about the first time he met his wife, Blake Lively.
Jason asked Ryan in an interview, “What year did Blake and her little angel wings float down onto your life?”
Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds joked about the poor box office performance of the movie ‘Green Lantern’ during the conversation.
“I met Blake on the darkest crease in the anus of the universe called ‘Green Lantern. We were friends and buddies, and about a year and a half later, we went on a double date, but we were dating separate people. [We] always kind of kept in touch sort of casually. Next thing you know, she was going to Boston, I was going to Boston, and I said, ‘Well, I’ll ride with you.’ We got on the train, and we rode together. I was just begging her to sleep with me.”