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Relive Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ Most Savage Trolling Moments


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All’s fair in love and trolling wars — just ask Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds.

The couple, who got married in 2012, are known for their spot-on social media snark, which is more often than not aimed at their famous significant other.

For much of the duo’s relationship, the two have been savagely one-upping each other.

Reynolds has poked fun at his wife for closing her eyes in photos, committing supernatural infidelity and unfollowing him on Instagram. The Shallows star, for her part, has thrown her husband under the bus for his less than stellar motorcycle skills, flexing his muscles while saving a turtle and wanting pie instead of cake on his birthday.

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When Lively and the Deadpool star’s trolling quickly escalated to include jokes about them splitting up or cheating on each other with Anna Kendrick or Gigi Hadid, fans were nervous, but they realized it was just par for the course.

The parents of daughters James, Inez and Betty are “two extremely proud and private people and keeping their relationship low-key and off radar is what’s worked so well for them over the years,” a source exclusively told Us Weekly in December 2020. “Away from the cameras, people may find it surprising to hear they’re just a regular couple who love to hang out and do the normal things together without making a song and dance about it all.”

However, playful ribbing on Instagram and Twitter is fair game for this internet savvy pair, which is why no one is all that surprised if the Free Guy star posts a happy birthday message to his wife featuring a video of Mariah Carey. It’s also totally normal for the Gossip Girl alum to mock Reynolds’ performance in Detective Pikachu.

“I mean, he didn’t even change his voice,” she joked on Twitter in 2019. “It just sounds like him.”

The loving wisecracks might be standard practice for these two, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t hilariously funny for the A Simple Favor actress to make fun of her husband’s celebrity alcohol brand, Aviation Gin, only to have him throw shade her way when she launched her own line of non-alcoholic mixers in September 2021.

Occasionally, the couple even team up to troll for a good cause.

After Gerard Butler admitted he didn’t know what Free Guy was because he doesn’t watch Reynolds’ movies in a September 2021 interview, the Definitely, Maybe actor and Lively used the headline-making fake feud to raise money for the American Civil Liberties Union and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.

Keep scrolling to relive Lively and Reynolds’ most savage trolling moments.

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds attend the

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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ Most Savage Trolling Moments

All’s fair in love and trolling wars — just ask Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. The couple, who got married in 2012, are known for their spot-on social media snark, which is more often than not aimed at their famous significant other. For much of the duo’s relationship, the two have been savagely one-upping each other. Reynolds has poked fun at his wife for closing her eyes in photos, committing supernatural infidelity and unfollowing him on Instagram. The Shallows star, for her part, has thrown her husband under the bus for his less than stellar motorcycle skills, flexing his muscles while saving a turtle and wanting pie instead of cake on his birthday. [jwplayer nvLmOLI6-zhNYySv2] When Lively and the Deadpool star’s trolling quickly escalated to include jokes about them splitting up or cheating on each other with Anna Kendrick or Gigi Hadid, fans were nervous, but they realized it was just par for the course. The parents of daughters James, Inez and Betty are “two extremely proud and private people and keeping their relationship low-key and off radar is what’s worked so well for them over the years,” a source exclusively told Us Weekly in December 2020. “Away from the cameras, people may find it surprising to hear they’re just a regular couple who love to hang out and do the normal things together without making a song and dance about it all.” However, playful ribbing on Instagram and Twitter is fair game for this internet savvy pair, which is why no one is all that surprised if the Free Guy star posts a happy birthday message to his wife featuring a video of Mariah Carey. It’s also totally normal for the Gossip Girl alum to mock Reynolds’ performance in Detective Pikachu. “I mean, he didn’t even change his voice,” she joked on Twitter in 2019. “It just sounds like him.” The loving wisecracks might be standard practice for these two, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t hilariously funny for the A Simple Favor actress to make fun of her husband’s celebrity alcohol brand, Aviation Gin, only to have him throw shade her way when she launched her own line of non-alcoholic mixers in September 2021. Occasionally, the couple even team up to troll for a good cause. After Gerard Butler admitted he didn’t know what Free Guy was because he doesn’t watch Reynolds’ movies in a September 2021 interview, the Definitely, Maybe actor and Lively used the headline-making fake feud to raise money for the American Civil Liberties Union and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Keep scrolling to relive Lively and Reynolds’ most savage trolling moments. [podcast_block]

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds attend the

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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ Most Savage Trolling Moments

All’s fair in love and trolling wars — just ask Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. The couple, who got married in 2012, are known for their spot-on social media snark, which is more often than not aimed at their famous significant other. For much of the duo’s relationship, the two have been savagely one-upping each other. Reynolds has poked fun at his wife for closing her eyes in photos, committing supernatural infidelity and unfollowing him on Instagram. The Shallows star, for her part, has thrown her husband under the bus for his less than stellar motorcycle skills, flexing his muscles while saving a turtle and wanting pie instead of cake on his birthday. [jwplayer nvLmOLI6-zhNYySv2] When Lively and the Deadpool star’s trolling quickly escalated to include jokes about them splitting up or cheating on each other with Anna Kendrick or Gigi Hadid, fans were nervous, but they realized it was just par for the course. The parents of daughters James, Inez and Betty are “two extremely proud and private people and keeping their relationship low-key and off radar is what’s worked so well for them over the years,” a source exclusively told Us Weekly in December 2020. “Away from the cameras, people may find it surprising to hear they’re just a regular couple who love to hang out and do the normal things together without making a song and dance about it all.” However, playful ribbing on Instagram and Twitter is fair game for this internet savvy pair, which is why no one is all that surprised if the Free Guy star posts a happy birthday message to his wife featuring a video of Mariah Carey. It’s also totally normal for the Gossip Girl alum to mock Reynolds’ performance in Detective Pikachu. “I mean, he didn’t even change his voice,” she joked on Twitter in 2019. “It just sounds like him.” The loving wisecracks might be standard practice for these two, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t hilariously funny for the A Simple Favor actress to make fun of her husband’s celebrity alcohol brand, Aviation Gin, only to have him throw shade her way when she launched her own line of non-alcoholic mixers in September 2021. Occasionally, the couple even team up to troll for a good cause. After Gerard Butler admitted he didn’t know what Free Guy was because he doesn’t watch Reynolds’ movies in a September 2021 interview, the Definitely, Maybe actor and Lively used the headline-making fake feud to raise money for the American Civil Liberties Union and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Keep scrolling to relive Lively and Reynolds’ most savage trolling moments. [podcast_block]

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively with daughters James Reynolds and Ines Reynolds attend the ceremony honoring Ryan Reynolds with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on December 15, 2016 in Hollywood, California.

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When Ryan Said He Would Use Blake as a ‘Human Shield’

Ah, the early days of the Reynolds’ savagery. The Deadpool actor told David Letterman shortly after the couple’s first daughter, James, was born that his priorities had shifted. “I used to say to [Blake], ‘I would take a bullet for you. I could never love anything as much as I love you.’ I would say that to my wife,” he said during a February 2015 appearance on The Late Show. “And the second I looked in that baby’s eyes, I knew in that exact moment that if we were ever under attack, I would use my wife as a human shield to protect that baby.”

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When Blake Made Fun of Ryan’s Lack of Motorcycle Skills

Reynolds shared an Instagram photo of a man riding a motorcycle without holding on with the caption, “Don’t try this at home,” in May 2015. His wife quickly took him down a peg with her reply: “…Because he already tried!! @vancityreynolds just posted some great advice, but he forgot to mention one small detail. #Hypocrite#I’dGive70dollarsColdHardCashToWhoeverCouldResistHim #TooInLike.”

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When Ryan Wished Billy Ray Cyrus, Not Blake, a Happy Birthday

Lively shares a birthday with the country singer, a fact that Reynolds had fun with in August 2016. “Just want to wish Billy Ray Cyrus the most special, magical birthday ever. I love you with all my heart,” he tweeted. “Also, Happy Birthday to my wife.”

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When Ryan Claimed Jake Gyllenhaal Was a Better Cook Than Blake

“My wife is very good at cooking, and Jake might just be a little bit better,” Reynolds said of his Life costar during a March 2017 Good Morning America appearance. When host Michael Strahan suggested the Gossip Girl alum might not be happy about his assessment, the Definitely, Maybe actor quipped: “I’m moving out at the end of the month. I’m actually moving out right now, under this desk. I’m already making plans.”

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When Blake Called John Legend the ‘Best Man I Know’

Being recognized as one of Time’s 100 most influential people should be an honor, but Legend totally stole Reynolds’ thunder in April 2017. “Congratulations to the most influential person in my life,” Lively teased on Instagram. “The best man I know… you deserve this @time 100 honor … If only my husband wasn’t blocking you in this shot. I’m so sorry @johnlegend.”

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When Blake Mistook Ryan Gosling for Her Hubby

The Proposal star shaded his wife when he cropped her out of an Instagram photo on her birthday, but the Age of Adeline actress got her revenge once her husband’s b-day rolled around in October 2017. “Happy birthday, baby,” Lively captioned a pic of Reynolds and Gosling, with the former cropped out of the shot.

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When They Traded Barbs About Affairs on Valentine’s Day

Lively poked fun at Reynolds over not knowing how to use a cellphone in February 2018. “Why won’t this damn app swipe right?!?!!” she wrote in his Instagram comments, to which he wittily replied: “Because it’s the E-Harmony app.” The Shallows star played along. “Can you show me how to download that? Ever since Ashley Madison closed I’ve been so lonely,” she responded. The Just Friends actor cheekily retorted: “Awww. Happy Valentine’s Day.”

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When Ryan Responded to Split Rumors by Saying He Wanted More ‘Me Time’

When a news outlet reported in March 2018 that the couple were having trouble spending quality time together, Reynolds did not miss the chance to laugh about it. “I wish,” he replied on Twitter. “I could use a little ‘me time.’”

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When They Reflected on the Good Times

Lively applauded an intricate braid she styled in an April 2018 Instagram post, completely overlooking Reynolds in the process. “If there’s one thing I’m infinitely proud of in this picture, it’s the incredible hair styling that I did on myself,” she wrote. He commented: “I was so happy back then.”

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds attend the 2016 amfAR New York Gala at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City.

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When Blake Unfollowed Ryan

This was more than a trolling moment. It was a work obligation! Lively briefly unfollowed a number of accounts — including her husband’s — to promote her film A Simple Favor in May 2018. “Definitely stings. It’s a terrible way to find out that I’ve been kicked out of the house, to be honest,” the Green Lantern actor said when asked about the move. “Absolutely terrible. I don’t know where rage like that comes from.”

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When Blake Admitted She Keeps Secrets From Ryan

Reynolds jokingly prodded his wife to share the plot of A Simple Favor in May 2018, but the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants star didn’t fall for his pleas. “Oh darling, of all the secrets I’m keeping from you, this should be the LEAST of your concerns,” she tweeted. “trust me.”

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When Blake Wanted to Cheat on Ryan With Anna Kendrick

“@annakendrick47 is the hotter, female(r) version of my husband… so would it reaaaally count as cheating??” Lively asked her Instagram followers about her Simple Favor costar in June 2018. Reynolds took the blow in stride. “The most ambitious crossover event in history,” he replied. “I’ll miss you both. Tell my story.”

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Trolling A Simple Favor Promo Instagram

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When Ryan Complimented Blake’s New Guy

Lively posted a promotional photo from her film A Simple Favor — an image of her character standing over a scantily clad man offering her a martini — to Instagram in September 2018. Reynolds commented on the pic, writing, “He seems nice.”

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ Most Savage Trolling Moments

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When Ryan Accused Blake of Supernatural Infidelity

In November 2018, after a news outlet tweeted a story about a woman who says she has had sex with 20 ghosts and now claims to be engaged to one, Reynolds replied, “THIS is how I find out?”

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When Blake Ripped Into Ryan’s ‘Detective Pikachu’ Role

In a video Reynolds posted to Twitter in February 2019, Lively ragged on her husband’s job voicing the titular critter in the film Pokémon Detective Pikachu. “I mean, he didn’t even change his voice. It just sounds like him,” she said. And when Reynolds suggested that his daughters would respect his work in the movie, the actress laughed and said, “We’re not going.”

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Trolling

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When Ryan Did the Birthday Gal Dirty

The Free Guy actor marked Lively’s 32nd birthday in August 2019 by posting an Instagram slideshow of photos in which she has her eyes closed or is cropped out of the frame.

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When Ryan Didn’t Want Blake to Give Birth

After a fan commented “Get that baby outta there!” on a photo of Lively’s baby bump in August 2019, Reynolds responded to say he had a message for the couple’s third child: “I keep whispering, ‘Stay in …’”

When Blake Mocked Ryan for Wanting Pie for His Birthday

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When Blake Mocked Ryan for Wanting Pie for His Birthday

Lively poked fun at her husband for his choice of birthday “cake” when he turned 44 in October 2020. “1) Who is the lost soul that selects birthday PIE,” she captioned two Instagram photos showing Reynolds smiling as he was presented with a pie studded with candles. “2) What ANIMAL eats their cake (pie) without first blowing out the candles. @vancityreynolds that’s who. Happy Birthday. I honestly can’t believe we’re still married.” 

Blake Lively Trolls Ryan Reynolds With Her Favorite Things From Canada List

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When Blake Revealed Her Favorite Canadian Things

The Los Angeles native shared in December 2020 that four of her “favorite things in the world” come from Vancouver, Canada, which is her husband’s hometown. The first three things were delicious desserts from the city, including ice cream, doughnuts and pie. “And the 4th of course is @askforluigi,” she wrote alongside the photo of cake, cookies and more from Ask for Luigi restaurant. “…Who did you think I was gonna say??” Lively teased her husband a little more by adding a Deadpool gif in the corner of the image.

Blake Lively Jokes That She Makes a ‘Better Couple’ With Gigi Hadid Than Ryan Reynolds

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When Blake Implied She’d Rather Be a Couple With Gigi Hadid

Lively celebrated the model’s 26th birthday in April 2021 by poking fun at Reynolds. “Happy Birthday @gigihadid,” she captioned an Instagram Story photo of herself sitting between her husband and her pal. “I think you and I make a much better couple.”  

Turtle Wrangler! Blake Lively Swoons Over Ryan Reynold’s ‘Fine Ass Arms’

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When He Flexed His Muscles While Saving a Turtle

“Are we supposed to believe this isn’t a post about your fine ass arms?” Lively wrote in an Instagram direct message to her husband after he posted a photo of a turtle hiding under his car, which he later removed. 

During the rescue mission, Reynolds’ arm muscles were on full display, which Lively pointed out via her Instagram Story in July 2021. “But wait, there’s more,” she captioned one of the zoomed-in snaps. “You’re welcome.” The California native added a whipped cream and cherry on top GIF alongside one muscle photo, while adding fireworks to another.

Ryan Reynolds Praises Mariah Carey, Trolls Blake Lively on Birthday

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When Ryan Praised Mariah Carey on Blake’s Birthday

“My favorite thing that’s ever happened on August 25th,” Reynolds wrote via his Instagram Story in August 2021, alongside a TikTok video with Carey, not his wife, on her 34th birthday. 

In the clip, Carey is singing “Fantasy” while Reynolds is “loading” his page. When the actor begins lip-syncing and making butterfly motions with his arms, the Grammy winner gives him a major look of disappointment, which he loves. “I’m still recovering from that side-eye,” he commented on Carey’s original post.

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When Blake Started Her Own Drink Brand

Lively referred to Reynolds’ Aviation Gin when she launched her Betty Buzz sparkling non-alcoholic mixers in September 2021. “Well, at least it’s not a celebrity alcohol? Meet @BettyBuzz mixers,” she tweeted, to which he replied, “Luckily they pair deliciously with @AviationGin. Coincidence? Conspiracy? Hard to say.”

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynold’s Most Savage Trolling Moments

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When Blake Called Out Ryan For Taking an Acting ‘Sabbatical’

After the Spirited actor announced via Instagram that he was taking a little break from acting to spend more time with his family, Blake took a playful jab at his big news in the comments.

“Michael Caine did it first,” she joked on October 17, making a reference to the British actor who alluded he may soon retire from acting in an interview from earlier that same month.

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When Ryan Went Hiking With Blake’s Earrings

In November 2021, the Red Notice star shared an Instagram Story of him taking a stroll with his wife. “I recommend a walk in the woods,” he wrote alongside a photo of him decked out in his hiking gear. Unfortunately, only half of Lively’s face was in the shot — though Reynolds joked that he did get her “earrings in frame.”

The Betty Buzz founder clapped back by posting the same shot to her Instagram Story. “The best Guy,” she captioned the snap, adding a GIF of Princess Anna from Frozen looking very excited.

‘Cocktail Lab Rat!’ Ryan Reynolds Tests Blake Lively’s New Drinks

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When Blake Made Ryan Her Recipe Guinea Pig

“@vancityreynolds, the sexiest cocktail lab rat alive,” the Simple Favor actress shared an Instagram Story snap of her spouse holding up a new concoction in November 2021, before adding a second photo with an empty glass, writing, “I don’t think you’re supposed to drink it that fast.”

LOL! Why Blake Lively Is Telling Ryan Reynolds to Sleep on the Couch

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When Blake Told Ryan to Sleep on the Couch

In a July 2022 ad for Mint Mobile, Reynolds asked Lively to join him to talk about the company’s family plan. However, she sent a stand-in to the set to handle “the boring stuff.” Reynolds insisted in the clip that he was “literally revolutionizing” the cell phone brand but the body double wasn’t impressed.

“Darling, if you charged more, you could afford me. Sorry, your real wife,” Lively teased while sharing the ad via her Instagram Story. “@vancityreynolds, my love, feel free to revolutionize the couch when you sleep on it tonight!!”

h: Ryan Reynolds Apologizes to Pregnant Blake Lively for 'Inexcusable' Social Media Flub: Getting My 'Brain Weighed'

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When Blake Called Out Ryan’s Photo Editing

“We met Jessica Claus and her husband on the Polar Express. She was everything I’d always dreamed since I was a kid. She smelled like cinnamon buns and sangria. ,” the Spirited actor captioned a December 2022 Instagram upload, giving fans a glimpse of a festive date with his then-pregnant wife.

Lively, however, wasn’t too happy that her shoes weren’t visible — and she let Reynolds know in the comments section. He later took to his Instagram Story to apologize.

“I cropped my wife’s shoes out in the photo I posted,” he wrote. “It’s inexcusable and I’m sorry to anyone I’ve hurt with this callous lack of fortitude. Heading to the hospital to have my brain weighed.”

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