Uh-oh! People are super pissed at Noah Centineo right now.

The To All the Boys I've Loved Before actor is feeling the internet's wrath after he publicly supported controversial YouTube star Logan Paul on Twitter. As most of you know, Paul has been at the center of a lot of drama this year—like when he filmed a suicide for clicks or said he was "going gay" for a month—so when he posted a message and video about starting 2019 with a clean slate, people understandably rolled their eyes.

Then, in comes Centineo who not only RT'd Paul's tweet, but also offered him some support. "Beautiful man. It's not just about overcoming adversity, it's about overcoming yourself in the face of adversity," he wrote. "We can all learn a lot from this growth."

Eesh...clearly, this was a bad move because he deleted the tweet soon after fans started calling him out. However, it was a little too late because screenshots were taken and now everyone has some thoughts about why he'd defend someone like Paul.

Centineo has yet to publicly comment on the backlash, but hopefully, he'll think twice before hitting the tweet button next time.

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