NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Updated: Monday, January 18, 2016, 2:19 PM
Teen film critic Lights Camera Jackson deleted his Amy Schumer joke within minutes and apologized.
His sense of humor gets zero stars.
Teen film critic Jackson Murphy — better known as Lights Camera Jackson — turned a simple selfie with Amy Schumer into a sexist slam on Twitter, shaming the award-winning comedian in a tweet he deleted almost immediately.
Murphy — who has been spewing adjective-heavy film reviews since he was 7 — tweeted a pic Monday afternoon of him with Schumer at the Critics Choice Awards the night before.
Seemed cute enough — save for his commentary.
“Spent the night with @amyschumer. Certainly not the first guy to write that,” he said to his 5,000 followers.
Twitter users immediately trashed the so-called “kid critic” (“Do you even know what sex is?” one user wrote) — and within minutes, Schumer herself panned him.
The joke comes a day after Amy Schumer won a Critics Choice Award for “Trainwreck.”
“I get it. Cause I’m a whore?” she wrote to more than three million followers.
“Glad I took a photo with you. Hi to your dad.”
Within a half-hour, Murphy took down the tweet and posted a mea culpa: “I truly apologize for the tweet I posted earlier. I’m not a comedian and it wasn’t funny.”
His bad joke comes a day after Schumer won the award for best actress in a comedy for “Trainwreck.” She poked fun at her size during her speech Sunday night, calling herself “Hollywood’s plus-plus-size” star.
This isn’t the first time Murphy, the youngest recipient of a New York Emmy Award, has found himself in an unlikely public feud. Howard Stern famously called him “a freakshow” after watching Murphy’s hyperactive (but mixed) review of “Inception” — back when the little critic was just 11. Around the same time, Gawker dubbed him “the most annoying movie critic ever.”