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Fans divided over Matthew Perry’s Friends themed vaccination t-shirt, some call it ‘insensitive’

With over 1.5 million followers, it did not take long for the tweet to go viral and trigger angry reactions among fans, who called out Matthew Perry for being insensitive.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: May 27, 2021 11:36:50 am
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While Friends fans are eagerly waiting for the reunion episode to air, the popular actor from the show Matthew Perry aka Chandler Bing seems to have landed himself in soup after he decided to advertise a Friends-themed merchandise.

In a tweet, Perry was seen flaunting a black shirt with the logo of the popular sitcom along with a tweet that read, “Could I BE Any More Vaccinated? Get your shot and then get your shirt.” He further shared a link to the website on his post and added that the t-shirts were available only for a limited period of time.

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With over 1.5 million followers, it did not take long for the tweet to go viral and trigger angry reactions among fans, who called out the actor for being insensitive and using the ongoing pandemic to sell merchandise. “Making money from a t-shirt relating to vaccines is in bad taste. Could I BE any more annoyed,” read one of the many comments slamming the actor.

However, some also supported the actor and wrote that there was nothing wrong with the actor’s post as it only encourages people to get vaccinated.

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