'Couldn’t understand s**t': Internet mocks Alec Baldwin's Spanish during interview with Woody Allen

When the interview was interrupted by Wifi or technical issues, Baldwin could be seen yelling at his household help in Spanish, something that even the native speakers of the language failed to understand


                            'Couldn’t understand s**t': Internet mocks Alec Baldwin's Spanish during interview with Woody Allen
Alec Baldwin (L) gets trolled for his Spanish in an Instagram live session with Woody Allen (R) (Photo: @alecbaldwininsta/Instagram)
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Alec Baldwin recently interviewed the legendary Hollywood director Woody Allen, and it didn't go the way one would think it did. The duo talked about the film industry in an Instagram Live where they also addressed the controversies they were both involved in. However, the interview was soon interrupted by some Wifi or technical issues and Baldwin could be seen yelling at his household help in Spanish, something that even the native speakers of the language couldn't seem to understand. 

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The 64-year-old actor, particularly known for his versatility, got up from his seat when the screen froze mid-chat and yelled (translated by people on the Internet), "Leonetta! Leonetta! Basta! Las perritas! Basta! Las perritas, suficiente!” Baldwin yelled, which reportedly translates to “Leonetta! Leonetta! Enough! The dogs! Enough. The dogs, that’s enough!” People couldn't get enough of it as it was amusing, claiming that it was another 'god tier' comedy act by the eldest Baldwin brothers. The 55 mins interview restricted comments from the public and even touched on the sexual allegations that were placed against Allen.

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The pair has previously worked on movies such as 'To Rome With Love', 'Alice,' and more. Allen argued that he would love to make at least one more film but ever since the industry has been involved, the thrill is pretty much gone. Allen started saying, "People love sitting home with their big screen and watching on their television sets, and they have good sound and a clear picture. But it's not the same as when I went into the movie business, so it's not as enjoyable to me." But the interview was ridden with connectivity issues and some people couldn't help but share their piece of mind about this little hiccup.

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Internet reacts to Alec Baldwin's incomprehensible Spanish

Matt Jacobs, an editor and writer at Vulture, Vanity Fair, and more, tweeted, "I was morbidly curious about this, so I put it on in time to see Alec Baldwin yelling at his housekeeper in Spanish to fix Woody Allen's wi-fi connection." Another user said, "He is probably speaking in the Spaniard dialect, giving him the benefit of the doubt. You know his wife is from Spain. I couldn’t understand sh!t."

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One user pointed out the ever-so-famous Baldwin shooting and how his wife, Hilaria Baldwin identifies with Spain and that he was trying to speak her language saying, "Alec Baldwin mocked after roaring at staffer in Spanish This freakin moron, #alecbaldwin, should be in Jail!! Hey #alecbaldwin! Didn’t know you were Spanish too. Your Spanish is so authentic, just like your wife’s . #hilariabaldwin #alecbaldwina*****e." Another user wrote, "'Marionela, las perritas, basta. Suficiente.' This is the best part of the whole interview. I'd rather see those perritas than the dude who lost his wi-fi."

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One user said, "Inexplicably interviewing Woody Allen on Instagram Live, watching as Woody loses Wi-Fi, and then getting up to yell something in Spanish that I a native Spanish speaker can’t understand has surpassed Schweddy Balls as the new funniest thing Alec Baldwin has ever done. God tier." Another user said, "I think he said pasta pasta I didn't get enough meatballs in my pasta I don't think he knows Spanish at all."

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