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The Doctors ask if is there a limit on how much we need to know about celebrities and their lives?
During a football game this month Jessie James Decker complimented husband Eric Decker’s manhood after the New York Jets wide receiver scored a touchdown. She wrote on Snapchat, “Touch down big d*ck decker.” Naturally, fans and The Doctors took notice of her TMI social media reveal.
Jessie also engaged with fans on Twitter about the topic sharing that his manhood was “veiny and all” and joked that he has 3 legs.
Are posts like this too much or all in good fun?
“Maybe I’m old fashion, but that’s not very classy,” ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says.
Were her posts cute or crass and should celebrities think twice about sharing intimate details like this to the world via social media? We want to know what to know how you feel about the trend of celebrity over-sharing. Sound off below!