Zendeya fans misunderstand the meaning of being ‘upset’ after winning the Emmis

Zendeya fans misunderstand the meaning of being ‘upset’ after winning the Emmis

This 2020 Emmys Zendaya offered a learning moment for fans who were obviously confused by the meaning of “upset”.

24 years old Surprising victory Actress Jennifer Aniston, Laura Lynnie, Olivia Coleman, Jodi Kramer and Sandra Oh shocked the left-wing groups – for her portrayal of Ryu Bennett in HBO’s “Euphoria” New York Post tweet Zendaya’s Lead Actress Announced in Drama Series Win

“Worst: Zendaya wins Amesis 2020 over Jennifer Aniston, Laura Linnie,” read the tweet of the post, along with a scribble of ticky Zendaya, the youngest woman to win a trophy in Amy’s history, she grabbed the award.

Fans came to Zendaya’s rescue.

Wrote, “No one is upset A fan, Getting over 1,000 “likes” on the platform. “The powerful woman hates to win an award that she deserves, I see.” Made another comment Less impressed fan.

Some say that in the context of competition, like a sporting event or an award show, the use of “upset” means a surprising victory, especially an under dog like Zendaya who was against industry weightlifters.

“There is no hope for humanity, if this is not what it means for many people to be ‘upset,'” he said A Twitter While Another mourned, “Well cursed they must have used another word in the dictionary.”

Hundreds of amateur linguists approached him with Zendaya Stains on various meanings of the word, and whether this post underestimated the former Disney Princess’ Operations in HBO play. Other internet warriors Stacked suit Fighting for his “ark zark” queen, Linny, in response to the original tweet – from:

“Zendaya did a great job but Laura Lynny deserved the award. She was outstanding. “

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