Twilight Fans Furious At Actor DB Sweeney For Saying K-Stew Should Have Cheated Sooner

Over the past few weeks, the streets have been flooding with Kristen Stewart hatred. As a result, good will toward her now ex-boyfriend Rob Pattinson has been at an all-time high, but apparently, not everyone thinks she made a mistake by cheating on the famous boyfriend she’s loved for years.

Veteran character actor DB Sweeney, who recently made a movie with the actress’ mother, hit up Twitter on Friday and called R-Patz a douche…

”Just saw Pattinson on #DailyShow trying to figure out what took k-stew so long to look around with this douche astride her. #holytwit”

Not surprisingly, the comment hasn’t gone over so well with many Twilight fans. In fact, the actor has been bombarded with swarms of angry, vicious messages from series fanatics who can’t understand why he’d attack Rob after he got cheated on. Here’s one of the tamer responses…

@actordbsweeney fuck you

It’s so simple, it’s almost poetic. On the one hand, it’s nice to see someone saying something to try and cheer Kristen up. She should have paid for her mistake privately, but no twenty-two-year-old deserves to have her dirty laundry dragged through the streets. On the other hand, defending Kristen is different than pointlessly knocking her boyfriend who clearly did nothing wrong. She obviously still loves him and would get back together in a second.

Say what you will about Twilight fans, but they’re always willing to show up to defend someone they care about. It’s hilarious that they’re now attacking DB Sweeney of all people, but I suppose that’s what you get when you knock R-Patz.

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