Comedian Seth Rogen sparked a Twitter frenzy after Los Angeles criminals avoided getting into a car, suggesting it was part of normal life in the big city.
The viral uproar began when “Knocked Up” star YouTube personality Casey Neistat responded to her tweet. Has been written On Wednesday, “So this morning our cars were robbed because Los Angeles is a crime in the 3rd world — city hole” and thanked the LA Police Department for arresting the perpetrator and retrieving all the stolen items.
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“Dude I’ve been living here for 20 years. You’re humorous,” Rogen Responded. “It’s beautiful here. Don’t leave anything valuable in it. It’s called living in a big city.”
“Can I still be mad?” Neistat He asked, Adding, “Feel very violated.”
“You may be crazy but I personally don’t see my car as an extension of me, and I don’t think I’ve violated anything 15 or more times since my car broke down,” Rogen Responded. “Once a guy accidentally left a cool knife in my car, you can get some treatment if it happens.”
Nystat told Rogen that he “didn’t get any treats” and that the thief had taken the decorations for his daughter’s 7th birthday party but then asked, “How did your car break down 15 times?”
“I’ve lived in West Hollywood for 20 years and parked on the street,” Rogen wrote. “And it’s yours — LA is not a shithole city. There’s a lot going on in the big cities.”
Critics await the rich actor for his rejection of car theft in Tinseltown, with many accusing him of being “privileged”.
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“I don’t think my car was broken down 15 times. It seems that Seth is doing pro-Los Angeles work here,” commented Washington Post contributing columnist Sunny Bunch.
“I don’t even bother when one of the many cars is gone. I ask my assistant to clean and repair everything. What’s the big deal?” Noam Blum of Tablet Magazine mocked Rogen. “Seeing the guilt of some weird reality of urban life similar to the deer eating your vegetable garden. Some bulls — Hollywood-gaggles romanticization has no redeeming value and does not require some loss of humanity to prevent it.”
“You know, this or that statement is a ‘privilege’ and 95% of it is total bullies – but this is … yeah,” tweeted political commentator Kathy Young.
“Why multi-millionaire celebrities break your car is no big deal and you have to overcome it,” wrote Daily Caller reporter Dylan Hausman.
Why is that right? This is no big deal for anyone [tremendous] Wealth, but it is definitely for anyone who is struggling. This can be the difference between doing and not doing. And regardless, it’s just right … the cost of living … … I’m an unhealthy idea, ”replied entertainment journalist Catherine Brodsky.
“Seth Rogen is only funny when he doesn’t try,” sarcastic writer Jim Treecher joked.
Rogen responded to the setback by suggesting that he should clash privately with his critics.
Rojen tweeted, “A lot of people come up to me and talk to me on Twitter – I hope to be public with them and pay attention to them, but I DM them and tell them to go private. It’s a lot more fun.”