Breslin posted a new music video online on Friday for her single, "You Suck," and to say the comments she's getting in response are mean is an absolute understatement. We can't believe the horrible things people are posting.
WARNING: These tweets are as bad as they come and are definitely not PG. Read at your own discretion.
@yoabbaabba disgusting ass bitch kill yourself and make the world a better place— Luke Hemmings (@lukeftzap) December 1, 2014
@yoabbaabba you are fat and ugly and no one likes you, so please go and kill yourself bitch, the world doesn't need another taylor swift— joelle44 (@jbara_joelle) November 30, 2014
And while we think everyone has the right to their opinion, being violent and crude is taking it to another, completely inappropriate, level.
@yoabbaabba HOPE YOU GET RAPED IN YOUR SLEEP— cher (@CLIFFOCAINE) November 27, 2014
@yoabbaabba. If this guy wrote a song about you his fans would love it, double standards much??— hol//june 4th (@hollieprestonX) December 1, 2014
Many people, who are critiquing the video, rather than threatening Breslin's life, say the video supports a negative message. And that instead of attacking an ex-boyfriend, we should be focusing on empowering girls in a positive way. (Unfortunately, they're saying it with a lot more offensive language.)
abigail breslin's song was never about women empowerment. she just wanted to seek attention tbh— CONFESSIONS (@honestfandom) December 1, 2014
Abigail Breslin pic.twitter.com/j3KWaAsaZO— confessions (@fandombeliefs) November 30, 2014
As of Dec. 1, the song had about 280,000 views on YouTube. Just over 2,800 have liked the video, while a little over 24,000 have disliked it.
@yoabbaabba it's weird. The way people are reacting, you'd think you were the first to write a song about their ex...— Zac Trampel (@ZT_Squad) December 1, 2014
the amount of hate @yoabbaabba is getting is horrendous. it is never ever ever ever ever ever okay to tell someone to kill themselves.— itsjustkate (@itsjustkate4) December 1, 2014
Breslin most likely wrote the song for her ex-boyfriend, Michael Clifford, of 5 Seconds of Summer. Clifford confirmed that "dumb tattoo" and "bleachin' your hair" were most likely references to him during an Australian interview on Nova FM.
Watch the full music video below.
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