UPDATE (5:18 P.M. EST): Bone clarified his comments to TMZ, explaining that the Reddit post about Trayvon was merely a recap of the Department of Justice's report on the case. While the department considers it "legally justified," Bone still views the teen's death as an absolute tragedy.
As for peeping on J.Law's nudes, Bone says he'd like to apologize to the actress because he now knows what it's like to lose privacy.
The Internet can build you up, but it can tear you down just as easily…
On Thursday night, Bone held his very first Reddit AMA, but made a big mistake by using his previously existing Reddit account, StanGibson18, to answer questions.
When users saw that he had been on Reddit for years, they quickly perused his comment history — and were shocked to find Bone was a regular participant in NSFW forums and referred to pregnant women as "beautiful human submarines."
He also gave his thoughts on the 2014 leak of Jennifer Lawrence's nude photos, declaring that "I saw her butthole. I liked it."
We're sure she'd love to hear that, Ken…
However, the most controversial comment from Bone came from a now-deleted post in which he suggested the killing of Trayvon Martin was "justified," which reportedly read:
"It doesn't have to be one or the other view here. From what I read about the case, the shooting of Trayvon Martin was legally justified."
In the fiery post, Ms. Palmer believes Kylie changed her appearance to gain "society's affection" after fans repeatedly called her "ugly".
Not only does the actress feel this type of bullying is wrong, but she also finds the entire situation grossly ironic considering fans STILL trash the reality star for being fake. It's definitely a lose lose situation, right?!