As you're probably aware, Brad Pitt isn't exactly crushin' it in terms of his popularity at the moment.
When Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad, most figured it would result in a he-said, she-said court and PR battle that would eventually result in split custody and no clear victor as far as the public was concerned.
Instead, Angie's come out looking like a concerned mom doing what's best for her kids, and Pitt like an unhinged jerk who morphs into a drunken rage-monster at night, like some sort of Charlie Sheen werewolf.
Pitt is being investigated for child abuse following an ugly altercation between the actor and his 15-year-old son that took place aboard a private jet.
Needless to say, the incident isn't doing wonders for his reputation, and it may even cost him custody of his children.
Amidst all of this damaging information, about one of the most famous men on the planet, a surprising number of people have found themselves wondering, what does Jennifer Aniston have to say?
Yes, back in the days when Donald Trump was just a mentally unstable reality star, Brad and Jen were at the center of the gossip universe after he left her for his Mr. & Mrs. Smith co-star, Angelina.
These days, Aniston is married to Justin Theroux, and she gets more roles than anyone else from the cast of Friends, even if you throw in that monkey from Season 1.
Still, to many minds, she'll always be Mrs. Pitt, and as such, there's still a remarkable level of interest in what she thinks of her ex-husband splitting from his former mistress.
Perhaps that's why fans were quick to read a lot into the latest Instagram post by Theroux:
That's a photo of some street art that Theroux saw during a recent trip to Germany.
If you look closely, you can see that the words "F--k Brad Pitt" are written to the right of the girl's face.
Just so that no one would think this was some sort of elaborate middle finger to his wife's ex, Justin captioned it with some lengthy explanatory hashtags:
Fair enough, and we're sure he didn't mean any harm by it.
But a good social media rule of thumb is:
If you have to say you weren't shading anyone, you were probably sort of shading someone.
Also, you can't use quotes in a hashtag, c'mon, bro,