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    Hong Kong actor, martial artist, director and producer, Donnie Yen has posted rare video footage of himself working out on his Instagram account.

    However, his fans were a little bit too distracted to pay attention to his impressive moves and instead, all eyes were on something else entirely.


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    Warming up and throwing some easy kicks! @sweetcil #donnieyen #甄子丹 #bulletfilms #superbulletfilms #宇宙最強甄子丹

    A post shared by Donnie Yen (@donnieyenofficial) on

    Within only minutes, the comment section on the Instagram post were flooded with distracted admirers.

    Some comments were very respectful and formal — with one user commenting, “No disrespect at all, but wow sir you have a nice butt” — while others complimented Donnie’s physique and “booty” by calling him “THICC.”

    One user was very straight to the point…

    There were peach emoji’s being thrown around everywhere:


    However, some users weren’t as keen on joining in on the shameless thirsting.

    No matter what your opinions are on this thirst trap, we can all agree on one thing — Donnie Yen may be 55, but you can bet your ass he’s STILL got it.

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