Rob Lowe under fire for offensive Paris attack tweets
Rob Lowe seems to have upset his fans with his insensitive tweets about the Paris attacks, as he is being slammed on the social media for it
Melbourne: Rob Lowe seems to have upset his fans with his insensitive tweets about the Paris attacks, as he is being slammed on the social media for it.
The 51-year-old American actor, who tweeted after French president Francois Hollande made his address, later defended himself for his offensive tweets, News.com.au reports.
One of `The Outsiders' actor's tweet says, 'This is either the worst translation of an important speech ever, or one of the worst ever given #Hollande.'
Causing dismay among people, the actor also wrote, 'oh, NOW France closes its borders. #Hollande.'
Slamming Lowe for his offensive tweets, one of the Twitter use wrote, '@RobLowe your career has been on a consistent slide since the West Wing, and it's because you're an atrocious human being.'
Another user tweeted, '@bansheesbones @ThomasMorrison @RobLowe Very true! Heartbreaking tweet...'
Rob's insensitive tweets came after he wrote a comment of support, 'Vive La France," the French equivalent of 'God bless America.'