Are These Jared Padalecki Tweets Insensitive About Philip Seymour Hoffman?

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ImageSo Jared Padalecki has been in the news lately for his tweets rather than his acting abilities on the show Supernatural which he has been on for the past eight years or something. First he tweeted about how Lil’ Za took the fall for Bieber and now he tweets this. I have pretty mixed emotions about the whole thing, I mean how can you say something disrespectful when it didn’t even happen 24 hours ago.

There are some things that I do understand about this tweet though. Being a celebrity gossip blog you realize that celebrities get a lot more attention than things that actually need attention. The St. Jude’s children are a tragedy, not child should go through cancer or any life threatening illness before they even get to live, that isn’t fair at all. Then again there are people who get hooked on drugs and end dying due to the disease.

I do understand why Jared would tweet such a thing considering his wife just gave birth to their second child. He probably had kids on his mind and all of that but it is insensitive. It reminds me of when say Whitney Houston died and people talked about how no one cares about the soldiers dying in Iraq.

I will leave you with these words of wisdom by Willi Killiams

Death is a terrible thing whether it is a child, an actor, a soldier, or a homeless person. If someone dies it means that at least one person is effected by the tragedy. Someone lost someone else and we should all take time to realize that before jumping down each others throats for being upset by death.

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