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Bob Saget Sparks Confusion After Apologizing for Blocking People on Twitter

Bob Saget Sparks Confusion After Apologizing for Blocking People on Twitter

One of Bob Saget‘s tweet is causing some confusion on social media.

On Sunday (August 15), the comedian tweeted an apology to “all the people I’ve blocked over the years.”

“Just can only let positive stuff in,” he continued. “If I could block myself I would.”

Bob concluded the tweet with a shout out to the indie rock group Car Seat Headrest, writing that he was sending them his “very best.”

Find out why he started blocking people…

According to UPROXX, Bob‘s apology isn’t as unexpected as it may seem.

In 2010, Car Seat Headrest released a song called “The Ghost Of Bob Sagat,” in which the narrator is visited by the comedian’s ghost.

The outlet writes that the band’s fans were discussing the song as well as Cate Wurtz‘s comic A–castle, which also features the ghost of Bob Saget and inspired the track.

This seemingly led Bob to start blocking people on Twitter and eventually caused him to address the whole situation on social media.

Check out his tweet and some of the reactions below.

The comedian was recently spotted at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival. Check it out!

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