Here’s Why Asa Butterfield Told People to “F off” on Twitter

“Sex Education” is one of the most talked-about series right now. Lead star Asa Butterfield, however, seems to have a problem dealing with people who film or take pictures of him without consent in public. In a recent post on Twitter, he wrote: I’m so tired of people filming me/taking pics without asking while I’m on a night out. It actually kills my mood and my night. F*** off. Leave me be, please.”

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People were quick to respond to his tweet. One person said, “You know without the people taking pictures of you, etc., you wouldn’t have a career? How many people would love to be in this position? Don’t like it go do a normal job.”

Some fans, on the other hand, defended him and replied: “So he can’t go out where he wants now? If his friends can’t afford “better places” should he pay for them or go alone? And then when he’s only seen in flashy places (where pictures still get posted by fans), others will say he is too big for his boots. Stop victim-blaming.”

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According to IMDB, the English actor began acting at the age of 8. He is known for his roles as Bruno in The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (2008), Hugo Cabret in Hugo (2011), and Ender Wiggin in Ender’s Game (2013). He was also cast in other major roles such as Nathan in A Brilliant Young Mind (2014), Jude in Ten Thousand Saints (2015), Jake in Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (2016), Gardner Elliot in The Space Between Us (2017), Norman in Nanny McPhee Returns (2010), and Mordred in the BBC’s Merlin (2008).

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