It’s always nice when a multi-millionaire celebrity explains to you why having your car broken into isn’t a big deal and you should get over it. The guy’s had his car broken into 15+ time in 20 years and doesn’t think it’s an issue at all. It’s just a normal part of living in a big city! All you have to do is call your assistant to get your car fixed and valuables replaced and you’re good. What are all these lower-middle class poors complaining about?
Here’s the general reaction on Twitter:
Seth you’re an insufferable twit with not the slightest sense of reality nor instinct of good faith.
Only a person of low character such as yourself would smugly dismiss people’s (very valid) concerns about the current state of crime & public safety in Los Angeles.
— Matt Bilinsky (@mattbilinsky) November 24, 2021
imagine not being rich and someone breaking into your car. then imagine celebrities saying it’s not a Big Deal.
— Keex (@Keexzus) November 25, 2021
“Don’t wear that dress if you don’t want to get raped.”
— JMac n Cheese 🏳️🌈 (@RealJMcAfreak) November 25, 2021
This is what I imagine when people from LA defend how LA is pic.twitter.com/0upJ25NRnQ
— vikingsdontchaknow (@derekjayl) November 25, 2021
“It’s lovely here” ~The Whitest Privilege Dude
— Imagine Believing the State🏴🏴☠️ (@BaseDelerium) November 25, 2021
Dude, not all of us live on an 8 acre gated estate in Nichols Canyon like you, and when someone shatters our car window and we’re out a few hundred bucks because it’s below our insurance deductible, that actually hurts.
— Mr Met (@NotJohnCena7) November 25, 2021
And so on. Did the response to Seth Rogen’s Tweet lend him a moment of clarity where he realised he’s been rich and famous for so long that he may actually be out of touch with the common man?
I guess Seth Rogen stands by what he said. There’s obviously a lot of great stuff about LA and lots of amazing things to see and do, but come on, it’s no secret that the place has had a sizable drugs, crime and homelessness problem for a while now. Perhaps not so obvious when you’re a multi-millionaire movie star living in a bank vault though.
It wasn’t that long ago that Seth Rogen claimed comedians shouldn’t complain about being ‘cancelled’. The guy who carved a career out of dick jokes!