AceShowbiz - Jason Derulo made headlines after he posted a rant after Instagram took down his photo because the site considered it went against its "community guidelines." Unsurprisingly, Wendy Williams discussed the matter in the Thursday, December 5 episode of her talk show.
"Now look, we're a very loose show, but even we have to blur what was very obvious that he posted," the 55-year-old host said before showing the singer's deleted Instagram picture. "It goes all the way to his thumb, right here," she added, referring to a vivid outline of Jason's "anaconda."
"He looks very attractive but Instagram took down the picture because it's against the community guidelines. And then Jason posted a rant," she continued. A video of Jason slamming the photo-sharing site was then played.
"Instagram took down my body pic. They took down my body pic!" the "Cats" star opened his rant video. "Hey listen, all these girls be on Instagram showin' their a** and all kinda crazy (bleep). I got underwear on in Bali and they took my pic down. It's discrimination."
Wendy, however, disagreed, saying that it wasn't discrimination. "I mean, the only thing that women expose that people are so offended by, not me, is nipple. you know what I mean? There are some people who are offended by our nipple. But we don't have pop outs, we only have nipple. No, No, and even a lot of women are offended by nipple, which I don't understand," she said.
"Here's the thing, Jason. Your anaconda is not acceptable for social media. No, because you knew what you were doing when you posted it. You look really, really hot. It's good for off social media," Wendy continued. "As a matter of fact, when you come here on December 8, 18, rather, you can wear this."
She went on joking, "And now, because it's become a story, that's the only thing I'll be looking at the entire time I'm talking to him."
Jason recently re-uploaded the aforementioned picture on his Instagram account but that was also taken down. In the picture, the "Swalla" singer could be seen posing against the mist of a forest backdrop. He went shirtless and only covered his body with a black underwear that featured a vivid outline of his "anaconda." It was actually an old photo from his trip to Bali in last December.