"Last night we raised money for @safe_bae and had a blast. Thank you @vanessabayer @aidybryant @miacomedy @juddapatow @chrisrock @rachelfeinstein_ @bridgeteverett," she wrote on Wednesday, before adding, "And Jennifer Lawrence, who even with the stomach flu, put me right on blast."
Schumer wasn't the only one to bring attention to Lawrence's alleged stomach virus. After Page Six reported that the Oscar winner "bolted from her seat" and was "very sick" during a performance of 1984 on Monday, the show's star, Olivia Wilde, tweeted her full support of The Hunger Games star. "As long as I have a play, Jennifer Lawrence has a place to puke," she declared, adding the hashtags #honored, #getwellsoon, #iloveyou, #1984onBarfway and #spewbagsnotincluded.
While the play does seem to cause an adverse reaction in some people, Lawrence has also admitted in the past to having a weak stomach. "I'm a puker," she said during an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in December 2015. "I don't stop working because I am a show pony. I don't have a choice. So I just keep going until my body is like, 'If we don't make her barf or pass out, she won't stop.'"
ET has reached out to Lawrence's rep for comment on the Page Six report.