Just weeks after wildfires devastated California, the southern part of the state is seeing massive mudslides in Santa Barbara County.
"This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood, Bella", Lowe said in reference to Thorne's tweet, which she later deleted. The singer's tweet made reference to the concern tour of her boyfriend, rapper Mod Sun.
The actress took to Instagram to speak about her ordeal in response to the Time's Up movement, which saw women wear black to the Golden Globes in solidarity with victims of sexual assault. "We will try to move out our dead quicker", Lowe wrote in a post on his Instagram account.
Actor Rob Lowe tore at singer Bella Thorne for a tweet in which she described being inconvenienced by the devastating California mudslides that have left at least 17 dead, 43 missing, and hundreds trapped in their homes.
The Parks and Rec alum, 53, shared a photo of some of the damage from the mudslides on Wednesday.
"This is not a river", she wrote. "Montecito needs your love and support".
Bella has since backtracked on her initial tweet, insisting she had no idea why the 101 freeway was so backed up as she tried to get to her boyfriend's show.
On Twitter she posted, "I never knew what was right or wrong growing up.I didn't know the person sneaking into my bed room at night was a bad person. Stay strong. Peace, I love you guys", she told fans.
While the actress didn't directly respond, she read up on the deadly natural disaster that originally caused the traffic. "Get home to your family safe".
Lowe wasn't the only one unhappy with Thorne's insensitive comments.
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