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Tough crowd: Steve Martin's 'extremely bad' Twitter tribute to Carrie Fisher disappears

The death of Carrie Fisher is producing some curious reactions. While many are remembering her for her outspokenness and sense of humor, some are rethinking their own attempts at paying tribute.

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Cinnabon pulled down its tweet praising Fisher for having “the best buns in the galaxy,” and comic Steve Martin apparently had second thoughts about his tweet calling Fisher the most beautiful creature he had ever seen.

Even though it had garnered thousands of likes, the tweet vanished, and Claire Landsbaum of New York magazine’s “The Cut” came not to praise Martin’s tweet, but to bury it.

After arguing that Fisher spent her entire career speaking out against the sexualization of her most famous character, Landsbaum concludes that the public should “…remember Fisher for her immense talent, her outspoken feminism, and her moving commentary on mental health — not for the way she looked onscreen.” Agreed?

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https://twitter.com/MetricButtload/status/813901980447948800

… and people thinking it was nice is exactly why someone had to correct that assumption, even if it did end up making life worse for everyone.

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