Charlie Hunnam Has A Message For ‘Ladies Of Social Media’ Who Say ‘Harsh’ Things About His Girlfriend

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03.09.16 20 Comments
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Sons of Anarchy hunk Charlie Hunnam dropped out of Fifty Shades of Grey because going from “playing a psychopath who’s just lost his wife” to Christian Grey five days later would have been a “f*cking disaster.” No, the real disaster is that Hunnam had the gall to start dating someone without asking his millions of angry fans. And now his admirers are rebelling.

Hunnam has been with his girlfriend, Morgana McNelis, since 2007. In that time, the jewelry designer has received an unwarranted amount of “harsh” notes from “immature girls,” so Hunnam asked Tina Lou, the woman who runs his unofficial Facebook fan-page, to post a message on his behalf.

It reads:

Dear ladies of social media,

This is a message from Charlie Hunnam. I have no social media so I have asked my good friend and long time supporter Tina Lou to post this message for me.

It has been brought to my attention that there is a group of immature girls posting a large number of harsh messages aimed at my long time girlfriend. I would respectfully ask you to stop doing this. She is an intelligent, beautiful, kind person who just tries to live a simple life and has nothing to do with the entertainment industry. If you want to talk shit, talk shit about me, leave her out of it. What is most confusing is that these negative and totally unprovoked attacks appear to be coming from the people that call themselves my fans. Think about the logic of this for a moment. This is a girl I love very much and have spent the last 11 years of my life with and hope to spend the next 60 years. She has been my loyal and supportive partner long before I had any success or money. Why would you attack her out of admiration for me? It makes no sense. Perhaps you might think about spending the time you dedicated to attacking her on improving the quality of your own life, as it is well-known that this type of random hatred usually comes from deep rooted personal unhappiness. Think about this. Also, I guarantee if you knew her you would feel very silly, as my girlfriend is one of the kindest, nicest, most virtuous people I have ever met. There is literally nothing about her or her behavior that deserves this type of condemnation.

Thank you in advance for respecting this request.

Best wishes, Charlie Hunnam (Via socialitelife)

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