Sharon Stone jumps into the frenzy over Bad Bunny’s naked shower selfie with joke about THAT iconic Basic Instinct scene: ‘It can break your VCR I’m told’

Sharon Stone couldn’t resist jumping into the Bad Bunny frenzy Wednesday, sharing her thoughts about his now-viral naked selfie.

The rapper nearly bared it all for his diehard fans, but hid his manhood with a shadow that fell over his groin, prompting many of his admirers to try and edit

the photo by upping the brightness.

In response to the viral phenomenon, Us Weekly asked readers on social media: ‘Have you tried photoshopping Bad Bunny’s nude yet?’

Wishful thinking,’ Sharon, 65, commented on the publication’s Instagram page, adding: ‘It can break your VCR I’m told.’

The quip was a reference to her iconic scene in 1992’s Basic Instinct, in which she switched the cross of her legs and revealed – despite a bit of a shadow – that she had no underwear on beneath her miniskirt.

The initial Us Weekly post read: ‘Join the internet in properly altering Bad Bunny’s recent post. Link in bio for the photo that has everyone photoshopping.’

Along with the risqué black-and-white photo, the reggaeton star also shared a handful of pictures and videos that implied he was spending time with rumored girlfriend Kendall Jenner.

This all started when Bad Bunny (born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio), 29, shared the images to his Instagram Stories last Sunday, August 27.

It didn’t take long before users jumped into the fray to share their comments about the post, and in particular the steamy snap.

The Vega Baja, Puerto Rico native can be seen shielding his face with his phone while posing completely naked.

It appears that his private parts are at least partially visible when lightened, which seemingly sparked the idea of some people wanting to edit the photo to get a better view.

The picture also showed off the rapper and singer’s ripped physique and array of tattoos across his chest, stomach and arms.

‘Me looking at that Bad Bunny pic after y’all turned up the brightness,’ one user wrote via X (formerly known as Twitter) in the immediate aftermath.

Like Stone, many people have since used comedy when expressing their reactions on social media.

‘Good morning to Bad Bunny’s nude selfie,’ one user wrote the day after it dropped, as reported by the Los Angeles Times.

Some others shared, ‘BAD BUNNY THAT MIRROR SELFIE HOLA PAPI’ and  ‘Bad Bunny’s selfie dump made my morning.’

‘Bad Bunny knew what he was doing taking that shower picture,’ one person theorized on X, while another fan gushed, ‘I’m still thinking about Bad Bunny’s shower pic,’ which seemed to sum up what a number of people were thinking.