Celebrities Tweet About Friday The 13th
The notoriously unlucky day of the month is back. From watching binge watching Jason Voorhees, to getting cheap flash tattoos, to avoiding everything and anything on the superstitious day, everyone has a different way of getting through Friday the 13th.
Celebrities took to Twitter today to share their thoughts on Friday the 13th.
Korean pop star and member of the K-Pop group Super Junior Yesung shared with fans to “be careful of Jason,” in reference to the cult favorite film series Friday The 13th.
Today is Friday the 13th. Be careful of Jason 😜 pic.twitter.com/sYRpn45Lv7
— Yesung (@shfly3424) April 13, 2018
YouTube personality Jason Eugene V, better known as his YouTube name FaZeJev, shared he’s skeptical about the day since it had a normal start, he’s expecting to “fall down [his] stairs.”
Waking up at a normal time? On Friday the 13th? I’m ready to fall down my stairs.
— Jev (@FaZeJev) April 13, 2018
Former defensive player for the St. Louis Rams Adam Carriker says that he used to be scared of Friday the 13th, but now that he has kids everyday is scary to him.
I remember when I was a kid and Friday the 13th used to scare me. Now I’m an adult with 6 kids all under the age of 8, and every day scares me.
— Adam Carriker (@AdamCarriker94) April 13, 2018
However, some celebrities are not so scared, matter of fact they are having a better day than most.
On My Block star Diego Tinoco reveals that the show got renewed for a second season today, so it was “not too bad of luck being Friday the 13th”.
On my block renewed for a season 2, not too bad of luck being Friday the 13th. This is all thanks to you!!! We love you! 🎃😘👻
— Diego Tinoco (@diegotinocotwit) April 13, 2018
Another YouTube personality, Jacksepticeye, that he isn’t buying into the superstition because he was able to get Burger King delivered straight to his door.
Just ordered Burger King straight to my door. Clearly not buying into this Friday the 13th shit!
— Jacksepticeye (@Jack_Septic_Eye) April 13, 2018
Some stars are completely opposed the legend of Friday the 13th, believing it’s just another day.
Ricky Gervais calls today “irrational, superstitious nonsense” and that even if there was bad luck “Jesus would save you.”
Nothing bad will happen to you just because it’s Friday The 13th. That’s irrational, superstitious nonsense. And anyway, Jesus would save you.
Have a great day.
— Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) April 13, 2018
Noted astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson came from a logical stand point, saying it was just as common as “Thursday the 12th.”
If you do the full calculation you will find that Friday the 13th is no less rare on the calendar than Thursday the 12th.
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) April 13, 2018