Jason Biggs catching hell for Twitter joke about Malaysian flight MH-17

Jason Biggs, who is no stranger to Twitter controversy, cracked a joke immediately after it was learned that Malaysian flight MH-17 had been shot down. Now he’s paying for it.

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Here’s the joke that started it all…

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Perhaps he knew he was going to start getting flack and wanted to make it clear that he was joking when he followed that tweet up quickly with these…

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Too late…

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Of course not everyone took his joke so seriously as many have now rallied to his defense…

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Now he’s taking aim at TMZ for a photo they posted in their story…

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So what do you think? Too soon and in poor taste? Or just someone trying to make light of a bad situation?

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