Seth Rogen is telling 'All Lives Matter' commenters on his Instagram to unfollow him and 'f--- off' (Jason Guerrasio)
Seth Rogen.

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  • Seth Rogen is telling commenters on his Instagram who are against Black Lives Matter to "f--- off."
  • After posting a Black Lives Matter logo on his Instagram Monday, the comedian has had #AllLivesMatter comments flooded into his post.
  • Rogen has commented back with F-bombs and telling people "you don't deserve my movies anymore."
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Seth Rogen posted a Black Lives Matter logo on his Instagram on Monday with the caption, "If this is a remotely controversial statement to you, feel free to unfollow me."

He meant it.

The Hollywood star's post showed his support of the nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd. Almost immediately, Rogen began to receive comments from people who were opposed to his view and began to use the hashtag #AllLivesMatter and post racist comments.

The star then proceeded to reply back to some of those commenters telling them to "f--- off," unfollow him, and that "you don't deserve my movies anymore."

Some of Rogen's responses were captured by the Instagram account Comments by Celebs. 

People picked up on the exchanges, and it started going viral on Twitter as fans applauded Rogen's no-nonsense responses. 


"Queer Eye" star Karamo Brown also tweeted his support. "Yo! @Sethrogen is now and forever will be the homie in my head... for life," the Netflix star wrote.


Rogen has been a vocal supporter of Black Lives Matter since protests around the country began to spark following the death of George Floyd. On May 25, 2020, Floyd died after Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin, who is white, kneeled on his neck for over eight minutes. An independent autopsy found that Floyd's cause of death was "asphyxia due to compression of the neck and back." Chauvin has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter. 

Rogen was one of the celebrities who has recently donated to a Minnesota-based nonprofit called Minnesota Freedom Fund, which helps pay bail for low-income people who have been detained while protesting.

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