In recent years, Twitter has become the platform of choice for celebrities, entertainers, media personalities and politicians to get together. Some outlets, including Hot New Hip Hop, called it the “call-out platform” because of what appears to be its role in modern culture today.
Perhaps most famously, Cardi B uses Twitter a lot to respond to her fans and abandon her critics, many of whom do the exact same thing with her. In addition, many people use Twitter to beat Conor McGregor after his defeat to Dustin Poirier.
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According to a report by Hot New Hip Hop, Seth Rogen and Ted Cruz are just another few celebrities who started it on Twitter. Apparently the fight started as a result of the 1940 animated movie, Fantasy, crazy enough.
Ted Cruz recently took to his Twitter account to say that was the first movie he ever saw in theaters Fantasy, to which Rogen claimed that everyone involved in the film would hate him. Cruz replied, “They are all dead. So I think we are good. And Walt Disney was a Republican. “
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Ted went on to say that Seth Rogen acted like a “Marxist with Gilles de la Tourette”, while also making fun of his tendency to constantly tell him to “f * ck off”, among other taunts. However, Cruz added that he was actually a huge fan of his movies. Again Rogen told Ted to “fuck” himself after stating that he had someone in his family who had Tourettes.
He said that Cruz was a “fascist piece of shit,” which seemed a bit overboard to a lot of people onstage. The conversation continued for the next few days, with Cruz calling him an “idiot” and Rogen Cruz again calling him a “fascist” who allegedly supported a “white supremacist uprising.”
While Cruz isn’t the most popular person among Hollywood celebrities, many social media users were happy to see Ted pressuring Jack Dorsey after Twitter censored a New York Post story about Hunter Biden during the 2020 election.