Fans Think the MCU Has Reached its Lowest Point with She-Hulk's Twerking Scene

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There's no denying that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has provided fans with a lot of iconic moments — from the first time the Avengers assembled all the way to Tony Stark's heroic sacrifice in Avengers: Endgame. However, the billion-dollar franchise also has its fair share of hysterical moments that have either tickled the fans' funny bones or left them in a state of bewilderment.

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Speaking of, this week, MCU fans were treated to arguably the franchise's most outrageous moment yet when She-Hulk: Attorney at Law featured a post-credits scene where Tatiana Maslany's Jen Walters and guest star Megan Thee Stallion engaged in an epic twerk battle.

The scene gained mixed reception from fans and unsurprisingly, it's still being talked about on social media. On Twitter, MCU fan and artist Aaron Bailey seemingly criticized the episode's now-viral credits scene and even compared it to the heartwrenching sequence between Tony Stark and Doctor Ho Yinsen in the original Iron Man film.

Naturally, some fans took it the wrong way as it seemingly implies that the MCU has reached its lowest point since the franchise's inception in 2008. However, Bailey did clarify that his post wasn't intended to throw shade at She-Hulk. Check out the full Twitter thread below:


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While I do understand that She-Hulk Episode 3's post-credits scene is not everyone's cup of tea, I think it's completely silly and pointless to compare the said moments. In case you weren't aware, She-Hulk has always been intended to be a "legal comedy" so scenes like that are to be expected. And hey, it's not like Tony Stark didn't have his fair share of hilarious moments in the billion-dollar franchise. A simple "twerk" scene won't tarnish the MCU's legacy.

Episode 3 of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is now streaming on Disney+.