This is the moment The Good Place actor Manny Jacinto learns what ‘bussy’ means
The Good Place‘s Manny Jacinto just became the latest Hollywood star to learn what a bussy is.
The actor, who plays Jason Mendoza on the Netflix sitcom, was asked by Buzzfeed to read through a list of thirsty tweets.
Fans didn’t hold back, asking Jacinto to spit in their mouths and “split [them] open from sternum to belly button”.
But one tweet in particular left the actor stumped.
“The fact that Manny Jacinto can act and dance and is also so damn gorgeous is a travesty like… if I find out he can sing too I’m throwing this whole bussy at him,” wrote one fan, forcing the actor to ask: “What’s a bussy?”
Manny Jacinto saying “bussy”, that’s it, that’s the tweet pic.twitter.com/esK5zaPM9A
— Joe Balfour (@BalfourJ) October 27, 2019
After a producer informed him that it’s “basically their butthole”, Jacinto appeared intrigued, and promised to practice his singing in the shower.
“I can work on it so we can maybe make that happen somehow,” he said, much to the internet’s delight.
i just choked on ice cream hearing manny jacinto ask what a bussy is
— madison s. pumpkins ? (@pproinsias) October 3, 2019
my new religion: manny jacinto asking “whats a bussy”
— Kin? ? (@kintoshin) October 12, 2019
i tried to watch the manny jacinto reading thirst tweets video but i got to the first bussy tweet and i had to tap out. he’s too gentle and sweet for the internet’s filth
— j. (@blancaevangel) October 4, 2019
Taron Egerton and Antoni Porowski had no idea what a bussy is.
Jacinto is the latest star to be confronted with bussy by Buzzfeed.
Previously, the website has asked Rocketman star Taron Egerton and Queer Eye‘s Antoni Porowski to read out their own thirsty tweets, which both contained the term.
Egerton was confused when one fan wrote: “Taron Egerton is a white boy that I trust to destroy my bussy,” while Porowski was clueless as to why a man would want him to swim in his.
Antoni from Queer Eye and Taron both being confused about what a bussy is whilst reading thirst tweets has made my day pic.twitter.com/laJtZfs3oH
— rach ? (@horansflicker_) September 18, 2019
A portmanteau of boy and p***y, the phrase bussy has, according to Urban Dictionary, “been used for at least 15 years by gay men to describe their man hole of love”.
Watching straight people get confused about bussy has become a favourite pastime of the internet’s, with Twitter going off the deep end recently over a poster advertising a “build a better bussy” bootcamp with a photo of a woman’s rear.