The Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan is having a hard time with fans showing up at his house uninvited.
The actor, who previously starred in Supernatural and the Watchmen movie, took to Twitter on Tuesday to request his fans stop showing up at his house as if they're old pals just to knock on the door. In the words of his Negan character, it's "not cool."
Check out the tweet from Morgan below:
Dear people that think it’s a solid plan to come to our house, take pictures, drive up to house, knock on door... it’s not a good plan. It’s rude and creepy. Respect our privacy please. And... you’re being recorded.— Jeffrey Dean Morgan (@JDMorgan) July 3, 2018
"Dear people that think it's a solid plan to come to our house, take pictures, drive up to house, knock on door..." Morgan started. "It's not a good plan. It's rude and creepy. Respect or privacy please. And... you're being recorded."
It's a strange world where fans think it's acceptable to show up at someone's house because they have seen them on television but it's hardly surprising anymore. Of course, the responses to Morgan's tweet are a bit more fun than the idea of fans stalking his house.
Sons of Anarchy alum Ryan Hurst wins the "Best Response" trophy:
Look. I’m sorry. Now please let me out of the basement! I won’t do it again!— RYAN HURST (@RamboDonkeyKong) July 3, 2018
"Look. I'm sorry," Hurst wrote. "Now please let me out of the basement! I won't do it again!"
Hurst was quickly called out for having cell phone service, thus implying he could make his way out of Morgan's basement, truly meaning he doesn't actually want to leave. Some women then piled on to the tweet thread, claiming that his Opie character on Sons of Anarchy was more beloved than Charlie Hunnam's Jax. Yes, this is all a real conversation on social which started by a celebrity asking fans not to show up at his house.3comments
Of course, the close second for "Best Response" is a GIF of Morgan in character as Negan reacting to meeting Father Gabriel for the first time, but applied to the people showing up at the house.
@ these people pic.twitter.com/PrUPEkfDlP— IT’S COMING HOME (@Charlotte_R97) July 3, 2018
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