Seth Rogen smokes to downplay crime in Los Angeles as life in ‘big city’

Seth Rogen is being shaken online for chiming in on a YouTube star’s car that is being broken into in Los Angeles, saying it’s life in the “big city”.

The Canadian star, 39, tweeted Wednesday in response to YouTuber Casey Neistat, who also took to social media and said his cars “was robbed” earlier that morning, calling LA a “crime-ridden 3rd world villain.”

“Dude, I’ve lived here for over 20 years,” Rogen replied. “You’ve crazy haha. Here’s nice. Do not leave anything valuable in it. It’s called living in a big city.”

But Neistat, which has 2 million followers, pressed on, saying he still felt “offended” while asking if he could be saddened by the unfortunate situation.

“You may be mad, but I guess I do not personally see my car as an extension of myself, and I have never felt violated any of the about 15 times my car was broken into,” Rogen responded in a follow-up post. “Once a guy accidentally left a cool knife in my car, so if that keeps happening, you might get a little treat.”

Some took the “Knocked Up” actor to task for his “bad take” – and insisted that living in a big city like LA should not be used to downplay crime.

“I wish I could live such a carefree life,” replied one critic.

“You’re crazy haha. Here’s nice. Do not leave anything valuable in it. It’s called living in a large city. “

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“Imagine not being rich and someone breaking into your car,” another comment read. “So imagine celebrities saying it’s not a big deal.”

An opponent, meanwhile, called Rogen – who according to CelebrityNetWorth.com is worth about $ 80 million – the “whitest privileged guy” for his unsolicited take.

“Of course you think it’s nice,” another answer to Rogen read. “You moved [there] as a teenager and then almost immediately became rich and famous. ”

Another replied that Rogen had become “unbearable twit” had been liked more 1,700 times.

“Only a person of low character like yourself would complacently dismiss people’s (very valid) concerns about the current state of crime and public safety in Los Angeles,” attorney Matt Bilinsky tweeted.

Rogen ended his comment to his 9.2 million followers late Wednesday, responding to the stream of critics who continued to mock him for his first tweet on the matter.

“A lot of people come to me and talk sh-t on Twitter in the hope that I will engage publicly with them and give them attention, but instead I send them a DM and tell them to go fuck in private , “Rogen tweeted. “It’s a lot more fun.”

“Not as fun as it was for me, I can assure you,” Bilinsky replied, complete with a screenshot of direct messages allegedly sent to him by Rogen.

Seth Rogen tweeted in response to YouTuber Casey Neistat, who also took to social media, saying that his car
Seth Rogen tweeted in response to YouTuber Casey Neistat, who also took to social media, saying his car was “stolen” earlier that morning, calling LA a “crime-ridden 3rd world villain.”
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“Hey man, no idea who you are, but I came across this and I kindly invite you to go on a fool,” Rogen wrote. “Haha now I’m reading your IG posts and I can see who you are.”

“It seems that the quality of your trolling on social media has reflected the path of your comedy career,” Bilinsky replied. “Steep and embarrassing decline.”

Neistat, 40, who has about 12.4 million subscribers to YouTube, where his content has been viewed more than 3 billion times. He previously co-founded the multimedia company Beme, which was acquired by CNN in 2017 for a reported $ 25 million on his appeal to bring in millennials. But left CNN less than a year later in 2018, citing creative conflicts with the network.

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