“Los Angeles isn’t that bad” Seth Rogen gets slammed for promoting robbery and crime


Seth Rogen has a terrible take that turns into a Twitter uproar, this time against Left-wing ideology?


The Twitter uproar began when Seth Rogan reacted to a tweet from YouTube personality Casey Neistat, who wrote on Wednesday, “so our cars got robbed this morning because Los Angeles is a crime-riddled 3rd world s–hole of a city” and expressed gratitude towards the LA Police Department for arresting criminals and retrieving all the stolen belongings.

Seth Rogen, sitting in his multi-million dollar house, with most likely armed security, tweeted back, “Dude, I’ve lived here for over 20 years. You’re nuts, haha.”

Sparking the twitter disagreement, Neistat added, “I can still be mad tho right?” “ feel so violated.”

This is the point where Seth missed a lot of people, while also showing just how out of touch he is with the general public.

The back and forth continued, with Neistat stating that the thief had taken decorations for his daughter’s 7th birthday party but then asked about Rogen’s car thief experiences in the past. 

Rogen stated, “I lived in West Hollywood for 20 years and parked on the street. Also, it sucks your s— was stolen, but LA is not some shithole city. As far as big cities go, it has a lot going for it.”

Yeah… sure it does, homelessness, poverty, rape, murder, a crumbling justice system, and elites are out of scope with reality.

The multi-millionaire celebrity explains to people facing inflation from a terrible presidential administration, increased cost of living, higher taxes why having your car broken into isn’t a big deal, and you should “just get over it.” Okay, Seth. 

The internet did remain undefeated in their response to Seth, showing just how out of touch he truly is with reality and the everyday life people go through.

It is one thing to put your opinions on something. Everyone has opinions, but to assume that Los Angeles is anything but riddled with crime and lawlessness is just untrue.

Rogen appeared to respond to the backlash, suggesting he’d rather clash with his critics privately. 


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