He's the 17-year-old who went viral after making a sexist comment about Amy Schumer, but despite his youth, it's not the first time Jackson Murphy, aka Lights Camera Jackson, has made some controversial remarks.
The Trainwreck actress, 34, shot down the teenage critic when he tweeted after Sunday's Critics' Choice Awards: "Spent the night with Amy Schumer. Certainly not the first guy to write that."
Schumer, who won the Most Valuable Person (MVP) in Film and TV award on the night, shot back: "I get it. Cause I'm a whore? Glad I took a photo with you."
She also added, "Hi to your your dad," giving a shout-out to his father, Canadian sportscaster Dan Murphy.
Shortly after, the Emmy winner, believed to be a senior in high school, deleted the tweet and said sorry for his ill-advised remark: "I truly apologize [sic] for the tweet I posted earlier. I'm not a comedian and it wasn't funny."
Schumer was quick to forgive the youngster and replied: "That's really okay honey. I just remember thinking you and your dad were sweet and it was a bummer to read that."
Although the teen seems to have moved on from the controversy by tweeting snaps of himself alongside a number of other celebrities at the event, it's not the first time he's been involved in a foot-in-mouth situation.
In July last year, he shared a snap alongside 12 Years a Slave star Chiwetel Ejiofor with the caption "Happy birthday to my man Chiwetel Ejiofor. Don't be a slave to your diet – have some cake."
Similar to the offensive Schumer tweet, he has since deleted it from his account that now has 5500 followers.
New York radio shock jock Howard Stern is not one of the kid critic's biggest fans, and went on a rant about his appearance and personality back in 2010 following his TV review of Inception.
"He's 11 years old and and he sounds like he's 50," he said at the time.
Stern added that he was too young and it was "insulting" that Jackson was giving his opinion on a movie like Inception.
It also irritated Gawker.com's Matt Cherette, who wrote a whole piece dubbed: "This Kid Is the Most Annoying Movie Critic Ever."
Although it needs to be remembered he is only 17.
Fairfax Media has asked Jackson's father Dan Murphy if he will be grounded, but have yet to hear back.