Lindsay Lohan Urges Removal of Hurtful Joke from Mean Girls Remake, Father Calls Out Tina Fey as “Real Mean Girl”

Mean Girls 2024: Lindsay Lohan Seeks Removal of Offensive Joke, Father Criticizes Tina Fey

Lindsay Lohan, the iconic actress from the original Mean Girls, is reportedly distressed by a disparaging joke directed at her in Tina Fey’s musical remake.

In a recent TikTok-like clip, rapper Megan Thee Stallion refers to Lindsay as ‘Y2K Fire crotch,’ reviving an insult from Lindsay’s past association with Paris Hilton.

Expressing Upset and Demanding Edits

Following the revelation of the hurtful quip, Lindsay expressed her disappointment through a representative.

Now, an insider close to the actress reveals to that Lindsay believes the line should be completely removed from the final cut of the movie.

The insider deems Tina Fey as the ‘real mean girl’ for writing the offensive joke.

Father’s Critique on Tina Fey and the Remake

Lindsay’s father, Michael, also chimed in on the controversy, criticizing Tina Fey for allowing the ‘condescending’ joke in the film.

He emphasized that the original Mean Girls, featuring Lindsay, remains unparalleled and questioned why Tina didn’t opt for a sequel with the original cast first.

Michael Lohan’s Remarks on Remake and Lindsay’s Talent

Michael Lohan, while refraining from making specific comments on Megan Thee Stallion and Tina, expressed his view that no remake, no matter how many times, can surpass the original Mean Girls with Lindsay.

He suggested that a sequel with the original cast would have been more successful and impactful.

The Controversial Scene and Lindsay’s Unawareness

In the new movie, Megan Thee Stallion praises the new popular girl, Cady, played by Angourie Rice, with the ‘Y2K Fire crotch’ reference.

Lindsay, who had a cameo in the film, was reportedly unaware of the joke until she watched the movie for the first time at the New York premiere.

Tina Fey’s Response and the Broadway Musical Stars

While Lindsay has not publicly responded to Tina’s praise during an interview, Tina acknowledged Lindsay’s significance in the original movie.

The 2024 musical comedy features Renee Rapp reprising her role as Regina George, with notable changes in the cast, including Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert not starring in the remake.

Studio Pressured to Edit and Lindsay’s Advocacy

The studio is reportedly aware of Lindsay’s sentiments, and calls are growing for the removal of the controversial scene.

Lindsay’s father emphasizes that it is ‘completely unnecessary and very disrespectful’ and calls for the studio to take action in editing it out.

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