Seth Rogen goes viral after shrugging off Los Angeles car burglaries: ‘It’s called living in a big city’
Comedic actor Seth Rogen sparked a Twitter frenzy after he shrugged off Los Angeles criminals breaking into vehicles, suggesting it is merely a part of regular life in a giant metropolis.
The viral uproar started when the “Knocked Up” star reacted to a tweet from YouTube character Casey Neistat, who wrote on Wednesday, “so our vehicles obtained robbed this morning as a result of Los Angeles is against the law riddled third world s—hole of a metropolis” and expressed gratitude in direction of the LA Police Division for arresting the felony and retrieving all of the stolen belongings.
“Dude I’ve lived right here for over 20 years. You’re nuts haha,” Rogen reacted. “It’s pretty right here. Don’t depart something invaluable in it. It’s referred to as residing in a giant metropolis.”
“You might be mad however I assume I don’t personally view my automotive as an extension of myself and I’ve by no means actually felt violated any of the 15 or so instances my automotive was damaged in to,” Rogen responded. “As soon as a man by chance left a cool knife in my automotive so if it retains taking place you may get slightly deal with.”
WESTWOOD, CA – APRIL 03: Seth Rogen attends the premiere of Common Photos’ “Blockers” at Regency Village Theatre on April 3, 2018 in Westwood, California. (Photograph by Christopher Polk/Getty Pictures)
Neistat instructed Rogen he “did not get any treats” and that the thief had taken decorations for his daughter’s seventh party however then requested, “how did you get your automotive damaged into 15 instances?”
“I lived in West Hollywood for 20 years and parked on the road,” Rogen wrote. “Additionally it sucks your s— was stolen however LA isn’t some shithole metropolis. So far as large cities go it has rather a lot going for it.”
“I don’t assume ‘my automotive’s been damaged into 15 instances’ is doing the pro-Los Angeles work Seth appears to assume it’s doing right here,” Washington Publish contributing columnist Sonny Bunch reacted.
“I, too, am unbothered when one in all many vehicles will get damaged into. I simply ask my assistant to get all of it cleaned up and repaired. What’s the large deal?” Pill Journal’s Noam Blum mocked Rogen. “Viewing crime as some quaint actuality of city residing akin to deer consuming your vegetable backyard is a few bulls— Hollywood-goggles romanticization of one thing that has no redeeming worth and does not require some lack of humanity to stop.”
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – MAY 16: Seth Rogen speaks onstage throughout the 2021 MTV Film & TV Awards on the Hollywood Palladium on Could 16, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photograph by Kevin Mazur/2021 MTV Film and TV Awards/Getty Pictures for MTV/ViacomCBS) (Kevin Mazur/2021 MTV Film and TV Awards/Getty Pictures for MTV/ViacomCBS)