Seth Rogen doesn’t think #AllLivesMatter and wants you to boycott him


Canadian stoner and comedian Seth Rogen has told people who think all lives matter, or cop lives matter, that he doesn’t want them watching his movies.

The Black Lives Matter protest have now spread far and wide as other countries join the march to show solidarity for the death of one black man. However, these once peaceful protests have turned violent with many cops and white people being killed. Seth Rogen feels you shouldn’t talk about that, though.

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Seth Rogen owes his career to Judd Apatow, that is probably why he also shares his sentiments. The two of them are taking a firm stance against ‘white racism’ and is telling anyone that is empathising with the cops are the white victims to not watch his movies.

One of Rogen’s Instagram followers commented to his blackout post with the, strangely controversial hashtag, “#alllivesmatter. People making this only about blacks. When it’s about all races of colour. Why do all these brutality videos only show the end? They don’t show wtf these people where [sic] doing to get in trouble in the first place.”

Seth Rogen responded to the comment #AllLivesMatter by telling them to f**k off and followed with “You don’t deserve my movies anymore. Stop watching my s**t.”

The comment didn’t go down too well with some. One Twitter user shared his post and commented: “Yeah, because the world ‘deserves’ Sausage Party. Who hurt this man?”

Seth Rogen doesn’t want white people to watch his movies, tells #AllLivesMatter to ‘f-ck off’.

All Lives Matter and Blue Lives Matter started trending after reports surfaced of white people and cops being targeted and violently beaten by Black Lives Matter rioters.

People are outraged that most celebrities, including Seth Rogen, condone the looting of shops and burning of buildings and yet, amidst all this chaos, are campaigning to defund the police.


#BlackLivesMatter but Seth Rogen doesn’t think #AllLivesMatter and wants you to boycott him.

One of the only celebrities to actual condemn the violent protests is award winning rapper Kanye West who, instead of changing his profile picture to a black square to show solidarity for BLM, changed his entire YouTube page to a blank white space.

What are your thoughts on Seth Rogen’s comments against people using the #AllLivesMatter and #BlueLivesMatter hashtags while supporting #BlackLivesMatter? Let us know in the comments below.

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