Another Reason To Hate Hollywood A**hats
The only thing worse than an internet troll is a petulant, narcissistic Hollywood celebrity with a smart phone. I worked among these self important attention whores for around 10 years in the tragically miss-named city of angels. And trust me, these people ARE as f*#ked up as is reported by TMZ.
Jason Biggs Made an Unfunny Joke About Yesterday's Plane Crash, and People Got Mad.
For some reason, JASON BIGGS loves trolling Twitter. Basically, it's like this: Something tragic happens, Jason fires off some Tweets making light of it, people flip out... and he acts SHOCKED.It happened once again yesterday, after that Malaysian Airlines passenger plane was shot down in Ukrainian airspace. All 298 people aboard were killed.Not long after the crash, Jason fired off this Tweet: Quote, "Anyone wanna buy my Malaysian Airlines frequent flyer miles?"As usual, some overly sensitive people flipped out on him for poking fun at the situation . . . and Jason pretended like he COULDN'T BELIEVE all the hate he was getting.
He Tweeted, quote, "Hey all you 'too soon' [A-holes], it's [an effing] joke. You don't have to think it's funny, or even be on my Twitter page at all . . .
"The idea that I wouldn't have any empathy for the victims or their families because I make a joke is absolutely ridiculous. You know that, right? Truly, you losers are literally trying to find [crap] to get angry about. Channel your issues elsewhere."
And that was just the beginning. He went on and on.
At some point, he'd had enough. He Tweeted, quote, "I'm deleting my previous tweets. People were offended, and that was not my intent . . . My comments might have come off as insensitive and ill-timed. For that, I apologize."
Gosh. Do ya think Jason's publicist finally got him to answer his phone? I'd imagine the phone call went something like this: "OMG! Would you pull your face out of that pile of coke on your coffee table? Next, give me your twitter password. Now carefully walk to the window... and THROW YOUR F*%KING PHONE ONTO THE STREET!!!!"
The thing is: Whether he realizes it or not, the joke wasn't funny. Do you really think he sent that off thinking people were going to respond, "Oh, wow! That's so brilliant! In fact, it's so funny I'm going to re-Tweet it!" No. He was trying to incite people . . . like he always does.
Of course, when it's something that hits close to home with HIM, then it's "exploitive and in poor taste." As you may recall, after Jason's friend PAUL WALKER was killed in that racing accident, a coffee shop had tip jars out, with titles of Paul's movies on them so you could "vote" for the one you like best with your tips.
Jason whined about THAT on Twitter . . . and didn't Tweet any "jokes" about his death. Which is too bad, I'm sure his take would've been HILARIOUS.