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The actor thanked the fans in Los Angeles
Walmart has an excuse as to the late actor Paul Walker’s family, friends, and fans of” once users have found a tweet from the chain, the official Twitter account for behaviour.
The well-known department store chain, an attempt is made to present a fun and light-hearted interaction with its customers on social media by using it to quote a line from the Comedy Central series “Workaholics.”
“Hey, Paul Walker. Click it, or ticket,” the company’s Twitter page, wrote the following in response to a fan’s posting of a gif of a car racing through the traffic, to represent the hurry to Walmart to pick up some Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls are being sold for.
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The tweet has since been removed after several people have noted, it was insensitive, given the fact that the actor tragically died in a car accident in may 2013.
In a statement to Fox News, the company apologized for the tweet.
“We offer our sincere apologies to Paul Walker’s family, friends, and fans,” the statement by a spokesperson from Walmart last. “The tweet was posted in poor judgement, and has been removed.”
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If the USA Today notes, the line of “Workaholics” will be cited in a 2011 episode that aired before the actor’s death at the age of 40. Walker, who is best known for his role as Brian O’conner in “the Fast and the Furious” franchise, was riding in the passenger seat of a car that crashed in Santa Clarita, California, usa. in November of 2013. The driver was determined to be Roger Rodas, a friend of the actor, who is in possession of a sports car in a dealer.
Paul Walker died in a car accident in may 2013.
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Vin Diesel and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who was with the late actor’s co-stars took to social media in September 2019 at the latest, in honor of him, was his 46th birthday.
“Normally, today I would like to have a plan on how you are embarrassed with a birthday cake. Haha,” Diesel wrote in the times. “Instead, I’m always reminded of how lucky I am to have you to call my brother. The tears will never go away, but they will change to that of the mourning of the water. We can only hope to make you proud. Speaking of which, what do you think is the message I woke up to your daughter as well. Meadows to send me love on this day. Oh, she knows me so well. She has a heart. Happy birthday… it’s strange, but one way or another, you are going to make the world a better place.”
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Johnson wrote, in part: “Something about today, forced me to be a poignant reminder of how fragile life is for all of us. It was Paul’s birthday and his legacy is celebrated all around the world. Our friendship was bonded over our daughters, and the proud, and the protection that we have the names of their fathers.”