You usually shouldn't take what T.J. Miller says very seriously, but you should always take comments about committing suicide very seriously. So people who read the "Silicon Valley" alum's now-deleted Twitter rant were left thinking he was probably just venting, but still...
Miller left his HBO comedy to make more movies, like "Deadpool 2," which is now filming, and "The Emoji Movie," which just came out and hasn't exactly been embraced by fans or critics. Some tweeters went heavy with the schadenfreude, seeming to delight in Miller's lack of "Emoji" success, and after he deleted his rant he said he just doxed his haters.
Here's what was deleted, but saved online and referenced by readers:
These are the tweets TJ Miller sent out before he deleted them...I don't know if he's serious or not...I really hope he's not... pic.twitter.com/1OxkYKjrDQ— Rebekah N🏳️🌈 (@RebekahNLuv) August 2, 2017
GUYS TJ MILLER MIGHT ACTUALLY COMMIT SUICIDE CAUSE OF THE EMOJI MOVIE THIS IS BAD— Hudson (@That1BiKid) August 2, 2017
TJ Miller is really not taking the Emoji Movie's reception well. pic.twitter.com/IMO9tL5zOv— Raichattanoogachuchu (@BloodyMarquis) August 2, 2017
Um..... Can someone check on tj miller? This is not okay https://t.co/X6B9qfCyVb— Tristin Coomer (@Tk_goon) August 2, 2017
Do you guys think TJ Miller will really kill himself because the emoji movie sucks and the SJWs he pandered to don't like him? pic.twitter.com/tDAuVHhyNS— CursedObject (@CursedObject) August 2, 2017
I hope TJ Miller gets help. God that's upsetting— Dennis Tracy (@Dtracy100) August 2, 2017
Can someone check on TJ Miller? He's saying some deeply disturbing stuff right now.— sporknpork (@sporknpork) August 2, 2017
After deleting his rant, Miller posted this late Tuesday night instead:
If TJ Miller actually kills himself, they should make his headstone a yellow face with two X's for eyes. pic.twitter.com/ilOftuAjz2— Rep. Lo-Ping (B-CK) (@GamingAndPandas) August 2, 2017
Ha. Just doxed the haters.— t.j. miller (@nottjmiller) August 2, 2017
Seems like he wasn't serious, but at least there are still some good people out there -- even on Twitter -- looking out for Miller and anyone else who casually or not-so-casually tweets about suicide.
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