Sebastian Stan is NOT dead: Fans shocked as sick trolls start RIP trend on Twitter
Rip Sebastian Stan started trending on Twitter on Saturday, May 29, and fans slammed haters for spreading rumors
Marvel star Sebastian Stan started trending on Twitter on Saturday, May 29, after some fans posted several tweets, saying #RipSebastianStan. It is not known who started the trend but it came a day after he was reportedly spotted with co-star Lily James while shooting for his upcoming Hulu TV series, 'Pam & Tommy'.
We checked Stan's Instagram handle which has around 7.6 million followers to get an update and went through several tweets, which claimed that he is dead, but it came to light that Stan is not dead but somebody mischievously started the rumor on Twitter. This happened just a day after, he was pictured donning black Converse, styled with his dyed-black locks in a slicked-back style, with Lily James, as the duo is all set to play Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee in the upcoming TV series.
One person tweeted: "#RipSebastianStan stan the most unproblematic mcu actor." While one person explained, "To make up and share false quotes just to spread hate about a man who took the time out of an exhausting filming schedule to speak with university students is disgusting and morally wrong. I want to set this straight while I see #RipSebastianStan is trending." While one angry person wrote, "Y’all- tweeting shit like this AINT FUNNY. I DEADASS THOUGHT SEBASTIAN STAN WAS DEAD. DONT DO THAT #ripsebastianstan"
To make up and share false quotes just to spread hate about a man who took the time out of an exhausting filming schedule to speak with university students is disgusting and morally wrong. I want to set this straight while I see #RipSebastianStan is trending.— It's Always Sebastian Stan (@PixieVixenV2) May 29, 2021
One person slammed Stan and wrote: "to all the people clicking this thinking sebastian stan is d-word: sebastian himself may be fine but his moral compass, common sense, and career sure aren’t #ripsebastianstan." And one said, "UMMM YALL BITCHES SICK AS HELL I THOUGHT MY BABY REALLY DIED I HATE YALL FRRRRRRR #ripsebastianstan." Along with a gif, one wrote, "I THOUGHT SEBASTIAN STAN DIED WHY WOULD Y'ALL EVER THINK TO PLAY LIKE THAT #ripsebastianstan"
to all the people clicking this thinking sebastian stan is d-word:— ali 𖤍 (@alisevermore) May 29, 2021
sebastian himself may be fine but his moral compass, common sense, and career sure aren’t #ripsebastianstan pic.twitter.com/2LnEqbGjla
Wanting to know what happened to Stan, one person said, "Me reading every tweet under the #ripsebastianstan tag trying to figure out wtf is going on... besties can someone plz explain." Predicting what would happen when Stan logs in with his "secret" Twitter account, one person said, "sebastian when he logs on to his secret twt account and sees #ripsebastianstan trending," along with a crying girl gif. Calling it a "rumor", one said, "Whoever started that #RipSebastianStan rumor is a bozo & need their asses whooped!"
Sebastian Stan has appeared in shows like 'Law & Order' (1990), 'Tony & Tina's Wedding' (2004) and 'Red Doors' (2005). Upon finishing college, he played Martin Waters in 'The Architect' (2006), Chase Collins in 'The Covenant' (2006) and worked in Eric Bogosian's theater play titled, 'The Talk' (2007). Also in 2007, Stan started playing the character of Carter Baizen in 'Gossip Girl' (2007). His following projects were 'Spread' (2009), 'Kings' (2009), 'Hot Tub Time Machine' (2010), and 'Black Swan' (2010). He landed also the role of Bucky Barnes in Captain America: 'The First Avenger' (2011). His other notable projects include 'Ricki and the Flash' (2015), 'The Martian' (2015), 'The Bronze' (2015) and 'Logan Lucky' (2017). He was given high praise for his work in the recent 'I, Tonya' (2017).