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“It’s called living in a big city”

Leftist actor and activist Seth Rogen has appeared to downplay Democrat Eric Garcetti’s crime in Los Angeles, dismissing it as a natural consequence of living in a big city.

YouTuber Casey Neistat lamented that Los Angeles was a “c“Frost-riddled 3rd world shit” after his cars were broken into, which elicited a rather unsympathetic response from Rogen.

“So our cars were stolen this morning because Los Angeles is a 3rd world city riddled with crime, but immense appreciation and gratitude to the hard-working officers at the [LAPD West LA] who not only arrested the motherfucker, but they recovered all of our stolen goods, ”Neistat tweeted.

“Dude, I’ve been living here for over 20 years. You are crazy haha. The weather is nice, here. Don’t leave anything valuable there. It’s called living in a big city, ”replied Seth Rogen.

Rogen, who has an estimated net worth of $ 80 million and who has likely lived in upscale Los Angeles for several years, then joked that getting robbed can lead to some exciting new treats.

“I can still be angry, can’t I?” feel so violated, ”Neistat replied.

“You may be angry, but I guess I don’t personally see my car as an extension of myself and I’ve never really felt violated any of the 15 times my car has been broken into,” Rogen replied. “Once a guy accidentally left a cool knife in my car so if this continues you might have a little treat. “

Rogen then noted that he had lived in West Hollywood for 20 years and parked on the street, prompting one of his alleged former neighbors to explain how crime had escalated in the area.

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“Sounds like your shit has been stolen, but LA is not a crappy city. When it comes to big cities, that has a lot to offer,” Rogen said.

“Dude, I lived next to you and saw you all the time when I was at the cafe next to the pet store… it got 100 times worse last year, every night this week ago stabbed or murdered Santa Monica and Beverly, it doesn’t stop with car break-ins, ”the Twitter user said.

“Over 100 home flights this month on Melrose,” the user added. “Plus, lots of love for both of you, but check your private guy… ‘it’s just stuff’ is a cute thing millionaires say when they forget how hard other people have to work to pay for a car or a camera whose livelihood is stolen from a car, etc. “

Another user, Katherine Brodsky, called Rogen for flaunting her privilege.

Earlier this year, Rogen joined the ranks of left-wing comedians denying the existence of the cancellation culture, going so far as to say comedians should change over time.

“For me, when I see comedians complaining about this kind of thing, I don’t understand what they’re complaining about. If you made a joke that got terribly old, accept it. And if you don’t think he’s aged terribly, then say so, ”he said.

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