Seth Rogen slammed for ‘privileged’ backlash after turning his back on Los Angeles crime

Actor Seth Rogen is being slammed for his ‘privileged’ comment angel Referring to YouTuber Casey Neistat, who tweeted about her car being burglarized Crime As part of ‘living in a big city’.

Neistat, 40, who used to be a prominent YouTuber in New York before moving to the West Coast, Twitter on Wednesday for telling his followers that “our cars were robbed,” and blaming the city for being a “crime-ridden Third World** full of a city.”

This caught the attention of 39-year-old Rogan, who replied to the tweet saying: ‘Dude I’ve been living here for over 20 years. you are crazy haha It’s cute here. Don’t leave anything valuable in it. It’s called living in a big city.’

Neistat later revealed that her seven-year-old daughter’s birthday party decorations were stolen from her car and that the robber left “bloody handprints” on her vehicle. It is not clear what caused the robber to bleed.

Despite rising crime rates and a series of recent luxury store robberies across the area, Rogen calls Neistat “nuts” before telling her “It’s lovely” while in LA.

The YouTube personality called LA a ‘Crime Riddled Three World S**thol of a City’, which didn’t go down well with Rogen, who has lived in the city for more than 20 years.

Actor Seth Rogen, 39, caught slack on Twitter after sacking YouTuber Casey Neistat, who broke into his car

Neistat, 40 - who was a prominent YouTuber before moving to the West Coast, where he still vlogs - got into a Twitter exchange with the Neighbors actor, asking 'is it still okay to be crazy?'

Actor Seth Rogen, 39, caught slack on Twitter after sacking YouTuber Casey Neistat, who robbed his car

The pair had a long exchange on Twitter

The pair had a long exchange on Twitter

The YouTuber – who is estimated to be worth $16million, according to Rich Gorilla – jokingly asked the Neighbors actor if he could “still go crazy”, before saying he felt “so violated”.

Rogen replied: ‘You may be mad, but I guess I personally don’t see my car as an extension of myself and I’ve never really violated any of the 15′ or my The car was broken into. Once a man accidentally left a cold knife in my car so if this keeps happening you can get a little treat.’

According to celebritynetworth.com, the funny man – who is estimated to be worth $80 million – was caught slack not only from the influencer himself, but also from fans for his ‘privileged’ remarks.

Neestat called the actor out saying ‘he didn’t get any treats’.

Called Twitter user Cathy Young wrote: ‘You know, people talk about how this or that statement signifies ‘privilege’, and 95% of the time it’s total bulls***, but it’s . .. Yes.’

Another Twitter user wrote: ‘Hahahaha I wish I could live such a carefree existence,’ in response to Rogen not seeing his car as ‘an extension of himself’.

Others encouraged the actor to ‘cancel’, while others pointed to his immense wealth.

Rogen (pictured at the Vulture Festival earlier this month) also admitted that his car had been broken into at least 15 times since he was in town and told Neistat to 'not leave anything valuable in it'.

Rogen (pictured at the Vulture Festival earlier this month) also admitted that his car had been broken into at least 15 times since he was in town and told Neistat to ‘not leave anything valuable in it’.

Rogen also said that he enjoyed the private messages he hated

Rogen also said that he enjoyed the private messages he hated

Daily Caller reporter Dylan Haussman told Rogen’s estate: ‘Multi-millionaire celebrities explain to you why your car breaks down is no big deal and you should put an end to it.’

Writer Katherine Brodsky also condemned Rogen’s insensitive remarks, writing: ‘It may not be a big deal to someone who has tremendous wealth, but it certainly is to someone who is struggling. .’

Others called it ‘bad tech’ as ​​crime, especially increased assault and burglary, is on the rise in major cities.

‘Bad take,’ wrote one. “It’s called living in a big city” should not be used to dismiss the rise in crime.

Looks like they weren’t all against Rogen’s ‘privileged’ remark.

User Kristen McPike commented on how her car was ‘stolen in Hollywood’ and ‘sometimes you just have to roll with it.’

‘Had my car been stolen in Hollywood? They found it a few days later in Inglewood,’ she wrote. ‘Someone took it to Ram’s game for a joy ride. LA is just one big ‘ol adventure’ all the time. Sometimes you just have to roll with it.’

The star didn’t let the hate get to her too much, as she wrote on Wednesday: ‘A lot of people come up to me and talk s**t on Twitter, hoping I’ll engage with them publicly and let them know’ Will notice, but instead I DM them and tell them to go f**k in private. It’s a lot more fun.’

However, Neistat did not state that Rogen disclosed that he was plagiarized 15 or more times, asking: ‘Serious question; How did you break your car 15 times?’

Rogen replied: ‘I lived in West Hollywood for 20 years and stood on the street.’

Rogen received a lot of hate over his 'privileged' remark, with many extolling his immense wealth.  The actor has an estimated net worth of $80 million

Rogen received a lot of hate over his ‘privileged’ remark, with many extolling his immense wealth. The actor has an estimated net worth of $80 million

There have been more than 10,000 thefts in Los Angeles since the start of 2021 and a nearly 10 percent increase in motor vehicle thefts. LAPD chief Michelle Moore said the increase in robberies was due to the availability of handguns.

“As many handguns are on the streets today – you probably have to go back at least a decade or more to find this level,” Moore said.

There have also been murders, rapes and grisly assaults in Los Angeles.

Other cities such as New York and Chicago are also experiencing a rise in violent crimes.

On Wednesday, a looting gang targeted a la Nordstrom the day before Thanksgiving, making off with eight luxury handbags and attacking a cop — a string of smash-and-grab raids to plague California. Latest in.

Police said five men wearing orange wigs entered an open store in Canoga Park shortly before 7 p.m. Wednesday and sprayed “some kind of chemical” on a security guard in front of frightened shoppers.

Despite responding to raids by several police cruisers, as well as fire engines and ambulances, the thieves fled and managed to escape with handbags worth thousands of dollars.

This is the eighth robbery and robbery in California last week, where thieves have racked up tens of thousands of dollars in luxury goods amid softer felony theft laws in the Democrat-run state.

In July, LA cut $150 million from the LAPD budget following the death of George Floyd. The city funneled money into social services, Los Angeles Times informed of.

In August, the LAPD reported that it had 300 positions open and about 500 fewer officers on duty than the previous year, Los Angeles Daily News informed of. Moore said the police department is still trying to fill the 94 positions.

However, as of Wednesday, the LAPD will receive a $213 million increase in its budget over the next year, which is likely to increase staffing levels, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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