The comedian warned her young followers about the effects of aging with startling side-by-side photos on Instagram
Amy Schumer has a “warning” for women in their 20s.
The Trainwreck actress, 42, shared a message about aging with a funny before-and-after post on Instagram on Wednesday.
Schumer began the carousel with two photos of herself smiling in a purple ombré bandage dress at the Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne in 2012.
“Warning 20 somethings I looked like this at your age,” the comedian wrote alongside the pictures (although she was actually 31 when the special aired).
Then, in the final slide, she shared a grainy photo of herself making an angry face in a hospital gown, seemingly hooked up to an IV.
“Swipe,” she continued in the caption. “Life is coming for you.”
The I Feel Pretty star also shared the photos on her Instagram Story, where she delivered the same message in a slightly more blunt manner. “Girls in your 20s guess what? I looked like you too,” she wrote over one of the photos of her 31-year-old self.
She then shared the disgruntled hospital photo again, alongside which she wrote: “Life is coming for you bitches.”
Several female stars reacted to Schumer’s message in the comments section. Paris Hilton responded with a simple heart-eyes emoji, and Olivia Wilde commented, “💀.”
Wanda Sykes, Viola Davis and Michelle Pfeiffer all reacted with laughing emojis, and Amy Sedaris commented, “Hahahhahahhahhahah.” Daisy Jones & The Six star Camila Morrone, 26, joked, “[I’m] already at last slide.”
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Schumer frequently takes to Instagram to joke with her followers. In July, she shared a funny, zoomed-in photo of herself in a sun hat, which she captioned with a joke about Oppenheimer and Barbie, which she was originally slated to star in.
“Really enjoyed Barbie and Oppenheimer but I think I should have played Emily Blunts role,” Schumer wrote. “Do better Hollywood.”
After the New York Post shared a story about her post that included a description of her hat as “unflattering,” she fired back with another post. “The @nypost said my sunhat in my previous [post] was unflattering,” she wrote alongside a photo of herself sans hat. “How dare you?”
“That hat was voted most flattering hat by women trying to protect themselves from the sun,” she added.
Days later, she shared another photo of herself, this time wearing a floppy, gingham hat with scarf-like flaps that she tied under her neck.
“@nypost do you like my hat?” she wrote in the caption.
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