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Seth Rogen responded brilliantly to an article that claimed his pot was stinking out the place

Not happy at all.

YESTERDAY, THE HOLLYWOOD Reporter published a story about how recently ousted Sony chief Amy Pascal was delayed moving into her new office on account of Seth Rogen’s smelly drugs.

Here’s the not-at-all sensationalist headline.

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The article quoted anonymous sources as saying that Pascal was “unable to move into her new suite that Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg most recently occupied because the stench of marijuana cannot be easily removed”.

Another source said that the office move was delayed merely because Pascal wanted to redecorate it, while yet another person claimed that the smell was so strong that it had “seeped into the flooring”.


Needless to say, Seth Rogen hasn’t taken too kindly to the report and took to Instagram yesterday to both deny the claim and defend his weed.

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Rogen posted a screenshot of the article and wrote:

I don’t know what’s more irresponsible: that they would print a story that is completely untrue, or that they would refer to how pot smells as a “stench.”

He then clarified that his pot “smells good”.

Duly noted.

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