Susan Sarandon’s son, Miles Robbins, is happy people are backing his mom after she was let go by her agent following a controversial speech about the Israel-Hamas war.
He just wishes people would stop using a video of her with her breasts out to show their support.
“Ok I’m really grateful to see people on Twitter defending my mom amidst a new era of McCarthyist blacklisting but can you PLEASE stop using the clip of her getting her hair done with her honkers out,” Robbins, 31, pleaded on X (formerly known as Twitter) on Wednesday.
The clip that fans have been sharing shows the Oscar-winning actress, 77, having her hair blown out while she’s wearing nothing but a barely-there robe and sheer bra.
Naturally, there was a slew of cheeky responses to Robbins’ tweet.
Some examples included: “Those honkers fed you have some respect” and “Now YOU’RE doing the blacklisting.”
Robbins liked a majority of the playful responses, but when someone wrote, “You can’t censor us or her big naturals, my guy,” it appeared he had enough.
“… I can’t do this anymore,” he replied.
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The “Thelma & Louise” star has been advocating for Palestinian rights in response to Israel’s retaliatory bombings in Gaza following Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack.
But her comments at a Nov. 17 Union Square rally landed her in hot water.
“There are a lot of people afraid of being Jewish at this time, and are getting a taste of what it feels like to be a Muslim in this country,” she said, angering many, including her UTA agents.
Page Six exclusively reported that Sarandon had been dropped by the agency.
The “Dead Man Walking” star has long been an activist in progressive causes.
Last year she was blasted by some law enforcement organizations for sharing a tweet that included a photo of police officers gathered at slain NYPD Detective Jason Rivera’s funeral to fascists. She later deleted the tweet and posted a message on Twitter to apologize.
Sarandon shares sons Miles and Jack, 34, with ex-Tim Robbins and daughter Eva Amurri, 38, with Italian director, Franco Amurri.