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New York city, the landlord calls in California, as the “gates of hell” in a viral tweet to the resident to relocate to Los Angeles

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The West Coast isn’t getting any love from the New York city rental company.

A woman gave a shout of her New York City landlord is warning her about moving to California, which he described as the “gates of hell”, in reference to the multiple fires currently burning in the Golden State.

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Caroline Moss, a writer who has recently been in contact with her landlord to tell him that she was moving to Los Angeles, california.

In a lengthy response to her, the landlord, at first, seems excited about her big move.

“Glad to hear it, and you’ll have a good chance of that,” the text begins. “Say something watchable for TV. Except for a handful of shows, it’s a total waste.”

Then his tone shifts, and the owner informs his soon-to-be-former tenant, and that “one half of the usa. It Is burnt and the other half is ready to go.”

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“This is a wonderful place and now it seems as if the gates of hell,” he moaned.

The tweet, which has gone viral, with more than 21,000 likes on a Friday morning, and drew a range of reactions from the people who are joking about the landlord’s attitude, some people are accusing him of “abuse.”

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Even though Moss has defended her landlord, explaining that she was breaking her lease early, and, also, it is noted that, in California, is currently experiencing burning in both the southern and the northern parts of the state.

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However, as soon as they make it out to the west, it looks like the wife will be a lot of people to welcome her.

California firefighters are currently battling the Kincade Fires in Northern California, which is 65 percent contained as of Friday, and the virgin Mary, and the 46-Fire in the Southern part of California. On Friday, the two southern burning were recorded as 0 percent and 50 percent, respectively.

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