Finn Wolfhard Calls Out Fans for Harassing Stranger Things Co-Stars

Finn Wolfhard Calls Out Fans for Harassing Stranger Things Co-Stars

Finn Wolfhard Calls Out Fans for Harassing Stranger Things Co-Stars

Meanwhile, Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard has called upon fans to stop "harassing" his "friends and co-workers".

She wrote: "It doesn't matter if they are an actor... they are kids first, give them the space they need in order to grow without feeling like they owe anything for living their childhood dreams".

Finn initially found fame in the TV show but has seen his celebrity status catapult after starring as Richie Tozier in this year's remake of Stephen King's "It".

Never mind that her peers are still having Bar Mitzvahs and sporting braces - Brown's fame makes her an exception to the rule, according to some people. While the user who posted the video has since made his Twitter account private, the tone of the tweet was that the actor was disrespecting his fans by not coming over to address them, while also claiming that his fans helped make him what he was. The band was tragically broken up when everybody got a part in Stranger Things. Now, the young actor is setting the record straight. (Wolfhard plays one of the series' heroes.) She then focuses on the most famous example, a 27-year-old model named Ali Michael who shared a photo of Wolfhard with the caption, "Not to be weird but hit me up in four years". Some fans were upset, believing that Sink (aka Max) was forced to kiss McLaughlin (Lucas).

Stranger Things 2 is available to stream now on Netflix. (Netflix declined to comment when Bustle reached out.) Still, it's possible that Wolfhard's remarks were directed toward people criticizing Sink and McLaughlin for that scene. Catch the entire bit, and be reminded of how immensely talented the cast of Stranger Things is below. At least Wolfhard didn't hold back in speaking his mind, and hopefully those that his message was intended for get the point.

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