Rob Lowe Shreds Bella Thorne for Clueless Tweet About Disaster-Ravaged California

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One supporter wrote: "I just wanna hug you so hard right now", with another adding: "I'm so proud of how strong you are".

Search teams were looking Thursday for at least eight people reported missing after a series of mudslides in Southern California.

"This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood", "Code Black" and "The West Wing" actor told Thorne. Miles of the freeway were shut down as crews worked to clear mud and other debris that swept through the Montecito area of Santa Barbara County on Tuesday.

The 20-year-old tweeted on Wednesday evening: 'Fuck u 101 to santa barbra. "We will try to move out our dead quicker", Lowe posted.

'I'm sure all of the people who died from the mudslides are very concerned with your irritation of missing your boyfriend's concert, ' a third said. If you enjoy shopping for Ladies fashion, Men's fashion, or Teenage fashion then look around our site and enjoy!. She claimed that she was unaware of why Route 101 had to be shut down and urged people to get home safe, followed by a heart emoji.

'This is why people hate celebs'
Rob Lowe slams Bella Thorne for insensitive tweet about California mudslides

On his Instagram account, Lowe expressed his devastation over the recent mudslides and said that some of his friends in the Montecito area have gone missing. He wrote: "More awful stories of loss today".

Many stars including Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres saw damage to their homes after the devastating mudslide Monday.

Sure, it's an inconvenience, but Bella failed to read the room - and her followers were swift to remind her to show a little compassion.

By the following day, Thorne's tone-deaf tweet had been removed and she posted new message, saying she was not aware that the mudslides were the reason for the freeway closure and that she was praying for the safety of those affected.

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