Seth Rogen claims his new series is being review bombed by white supremacists.
The actor has hit out at reviewers of his new festive show Santa Inc. after it scored a paltry three percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Yikes.
Taking to Twitter, the 39-year-old said he was disgusted that hate groups had conspired to trash the series.
Rogen said: "We really p***ed off tens of thousands of white supremacists with our new show #SantaInc which is now available on HBOMAX!"
He added: "(Please read the responses to this tweet for confirmation)."
According to Rotten Tomatoes, there aren't many reviews of the show, and too few to gauge a real score.
However, looking at some of the ones that have been left, there seems to be a lot of hate for the show.
One user said: "One of the worst things I've ever seen."
Echoing the criticism, another chimed in: "Let this be the end for Seth Rogan, pleeeeeeeeease!"
"This is the s***iest comedy TV show EVER. And it is one of the reasons for Hollywood's death," put a third.
While another added: "What happens when you get together 2 of Hollywood’s most disliked actors? This monstrosity. I must admit, I did not watch the whole series, but I saw enough to beg able to review it."
So you can see why the Superbad star is a little peeved.
But not everyone seems to agree with his hypothesis.
Commenting on his tweet, one person said he was just using it as an excuse.
They said: "It must be such a comforting notion for the Hollywood Elite to be able write off literally any response to the things they create that is slightly not to their worldview as 'White Supremacy' every single time."
But while the reason behind the suspicious amount of terrible reviews has yet to be confirmed, one thing is for sure, Rogen won't let anyone talk smack about him and get away with it.
Earlier this week, he revealed that while he doesn't give trolls the satisfaction of calling them out in public, he makes sure they get the message.
Instead, he slides in their DMs and tells them to 'go f**k themselves'.
In a tweet, Rogen explained: "A lot of people come at me and talk s**t on Twitter hoping I'll engage with them publicly and give them attention, but instead I DM them and tell them to go f**k themselves privately.
"It's a lot more fun."
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