People Are Calling Out Sebastian Stan On Social Media For Blocking Fans

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It seems as though fans on social media have been rather disappointed with Sebastian Stan after it was revealed he’s been blocking fans on social media.

This really puzzled me when I first saw that #sebastianstanisoverparty was trending on Twitter.

I am really not a fan of “cancel culture”. I feel it gets in the way of what’s really important.

It does seem as though this is the same sort of thing.

However, I did some digging to figure out why the hashtag was trending on Twitter.

What did Sebastian Stan do? Why are fans so mad with him?

It’s not an easy question to answer because often scrolling through Twitter just brings up endless jokes and memes that are pretty much incomprehensible.

You can take a look at some of the tweets below which kind of explain what I mean.

It seems as though fans are now claiming that Sebastian Stan is over

https://twitter.com/samwilsonstoes/status/1283051689612894209

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Anyway, it all boils down to Sebastian Stan’s girlfriend, Alejandra Onieva.

She allegedly made some supposedly racist remarks and it seems as though people haven’t been very impressed with Stan’s reaction, or rather, lack of one.

Now is not to time to let that sort of thing slide.

However, the whole thing was exacerbated when fans revealed that they’d been blocked by Stan on social media when they confronted him about it.

It most definitely wasn’t Stan himself blocking these fans.

It would have been his PR team, and I’m not sure whether Stan will be happy to find out he’s now being cancelled on Twitter because of it.

What do you make of this news?

Do you think Sebastian Stan should be ‘cancelled’?

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