Alright, have you gotten the chance to watch 6 Underground on Netflix yet?
If not, I’ll give you a quick overview: it’s an action-packed movie about a tech billionaire who fakes his own death, then gets six operatives to take out a dictator.
There you go.
Ryan Reynolds is one of the stars of the film, and now he has issued an apology to the Spice Girls for what he did in 6 Underground.
Spoiler alert: 6 Underground is absolutely packed with car chases, and during one, in particular, the character that Dave Franco plays turns to Ryan Reynold’s character and requests he put on some music to help calm down.
What song ends up coming on the radio?
“Wannabe” from the Spice Girls!
Instagram; pictured above are the Spice Girls
And then Ryan Reynold’s character pulls the radio right out of the car and throws it out the window.
People were quick to take to Twitter to ask Ryan what he could have against the Spice Girls, who are the best girl group to ever hit the earth, I don’t care what you say.
Ryan replied back to Twitter users by saying, “The song was added in post production. I would NEVER interrupt the Spice Girls. Never. Especially during a car chase. That’s when I’d need them most.”
Twitter; pictured above is Ryan’s tweet explaining the scene
Ryan then did an interview with YAAAS TV on YouTube, where they asked him about what happened in the scene, and this is what he had to say about it.
“I specifically asked for something else,” Ryan replied back in the interview.
YouTube; pictured above Ryan talks to YAAS TV about the scene
“Something other like an old 98 Degrees song or something like that, that I would rip out… the fact that Michael effing Bay put in Spice Girls—which by the way, where I’m from, in my house, that’s a religion, man.”
“When my wife finds out that I rip out a radio because the Spice Girls is playing, I’m a dead man. They’re amazing, the Spice Girls.”
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