Julia Louis-Dreyfus Ignites Controversy with Rolling Stone Cover
She looks amazing on the cover of the new issue of Rolling Stone, but unfortunately Julia Louis-Dreyfus' back tattoo is a conversation piece for all the wrong reasons.
The fake inking looks to be the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution all rolled into one, given the “We The People” intro and the John Hancock signature.
However, there is no document with both of those elements combined, therefore history nerds began slamming the magazine for messing it up.
“Today” anchor Al Roker joked, "[Hancock] would have if it had been like that,” while Savannah Guthrie openly wondered, “Who first discovered it? Who was looking so closely at that portion of the picture?”
A rep from Rolling Stone’s publisher Wenner Media even tried to cover the flub- "The Declaration of Independence is on the other side, but we couldn't fit in all the signatures."
Making light of the boo-boo, Julia tweeted, “Hancock signed the Dec. of Independence NOT Constitution. Yet another Mike f*ck-up. Dummy,” referring to her “Veep” director of communications.
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