Rob Schneider Blocked Seth Rogen On Twitter

June 18, 2017 / Posted by:

This is like the time I blocked Rob’s bestie Adam Sandler, but then unblocked him so I could meet Rob’s daughter Elle King.

Vaguely familiar comedian (and Trump supporter) Rob Schneider blocked Seth Rogen on Twitter. What? Why? Oddly enough, an early-rising and/or bored Seth went looking for whether or not Rob followed him on Twitter yesterday morning. Had the script for Green Hornet 2 not arrived yet?

Seth’s findings resulted in tragedy, because he had indeed been snubbed on social media by the star of Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo.

Rob is into making America hate again or whatever that jacked-up slogan is, and this could be why he smote anti-Trumpet Seth from his Twitter feed. Fellow celebrities were amused by Seth’s plight (via Oh No They Didn’t):

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Seth’s fellow Canadian Brandon Walsh (aka Jason Priestley) even chimed in!

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All was resolved, though, with the help of Seth’s frequent co-star, James Franco and his extreme dreaminess. Rob unblocked Seth and apologized in two separate tweets. He might even like James more than Trump!

James Franco must have paused long enough over whatever arty art thing he was being arty at to wonder who this man was and why he was at his table. “Could you clear some of these plates and bring me another microbrew? And send over a cuter waiter next time?

Seth’s distress over this incident is understandable. When The Hot Chick is no longer smiling on you on Twitter, it’s like an eclipse over your very soul.

Pic: Instagram

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