Jim Carrey Apologizes To Gun Crowd On Twitter (Just In Time For Kick Ass 2)


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Actor and comedian Jim Carrey has made a mini side-career out of his anti-gun activism, so it’s a little strange that he went out of his way to post an apology to assault rifle owners on Twitter over the weekend.

Seemingly out of nowhere, Carrey posted the following two tweets on Sunday:

Though he didn’t mention anything specific, Carrey entered the gun debate pretty aggressively in March, calling gun control opponents “heartless motherf–kers.”

Hey, he said he was “sorry” then, too. He also called gun rights activists “maniacs” shortly after the Aurora massacre of 2012:

But Jim Carrey’s harsh rhetoric has been answered with harsher criticism, causing the actor to defend himself almost relentlessly and, in our opinion, slowly excuse himself from the conversation. Still, his apology has been met with a mixed reaction. Not letting it go:

Probably already agreed with Jim Carrey:

Conspiracy:

What do you think of Jim Carrey’s Twitter apology to assault rifle owners? Sincere, long overdue, or completely un-needed? Sound off!


Dusten Carlson
Dusten has written for web and print and currently spends his time working on his upcoming graphic novel. He is also almost 30 and still has all of his hair.

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