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Shonda Rhimes has had enough of your hateful Grey's Anatomy tweets

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Shonda Rhimes' tweet puts angry Grey's Anatomy fans in their place

We get it, Grey's Anatomy fans: you're upset about Derek Shepherd's (Patrick Dempsey) surprise death on the April 23 episode, but does that really give you the right to verbally attack Shonda Rhimes?

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Well, Rhimes has had enough of all the social media hate, and she took to Twitter to shut it down with one sassy tweet. In a response to a fan's comment that read "we hate you," she let them know they are only wasting their time.

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However, fans are not letting up, and on Rhimes' tweet, there are several messages from very angry fans, two of which read, "Fans should continue to let her know via social media, her horrid treatment of them is in part why they don't watch" and, "Hey @Shondarhimes, we won't waste our valuable time watching your shows either. We'll find a show that brings joy, not death & destruction."

Rhimes is a fantastic writer, and this is why she gets such strong reactions from the fans of her shows. And her Twitter bio says it best. "I make stuff up for a living. Remember, it's not real, okay? Don't tweet me your craziness."

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Shonda Rhimes' tweet puts angry Grey's Anatomy fans in their place

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