Misery Loves Company host podcaster is facing flak for his derogatory tweets on the late Matthew Perry, aka Chandler Bing of Friends. Here's how the fans responded...
Matthew Perry’s fans are brimming with anger over SNL alum Kevin Brennan’s post on social media platform X (formerly Twitter). The tweet is not only offensive to the fans but is also a disgrace to the late actor’s sad demise.
What does the post say?
The former SNL writer and comedian took to his X account and reshared a news story about late actor Matthew Perry’s death and tweeted “DROWNED IN A HOT TUB. HAHAHAHA.”
His mockery didn’t stop here, he later shared a follow-up tweet and clarified that he did try to poke fun but didn’t intend to mock Perry.
However, he also added, “I just thought it was funny. But I do love it when junkies die.” The insensitive commentary attracted hate comments and anger from fans across the world.
Fans react to mockery post, calls Ex SNL awful and a liar
Misery Loves Company host podcaster is facing flak for his derogatory tweets on the late Matthew Perry, aka Chandler Bing of Friends. The post quickly garnered hundreds of comments siding with the late actor and calling out the 63-year-old Brennan for his insensitive remarks. While most of the users asked how the news story was funny, many expressed their outrage by calling Brennan disgusting and awful.
One X user commented, “This guy just chooses to lie and be an awful human being.”
While some took a dig at his unsuccessful career and dubbed him a loser. One X user said, “I just thought it was funny. But I do love it when junkies die.” While another said, “You're a waste of space. Even for Twitter standards”
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Matthew Perry reportedly drowned to his death at the age of 54 in his LA home in a hot bathtub. The autopsy results are deferred, citing a pending toxicology report.