Actor Brian Austin Green was attacked for not paying tribute to his former ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ co-star, Luke Perry. Green took to Instagram to announce a live podcast that will primer in August 2019. Green said the show would be tapped at Torrance High School, which was where 90210 was filmed. The father of 4 said, some of the original cast would be there, he couldn’t guarantee who or how many, but he encouraged his fans to ‘tune in. Luke Perry died at 52 after suffering a massive stroke. The actor never regained conscienceless after the stroke.
A fan called out Green for discussing a project involving 90210 cast members and not even mentioning Perry. The fan said, “RIP Luke Perry, I’m not sure how you could do this so soon. I haven’t seen anything from you about his passing, maybe I missed it somewhere. Pretty much everyone else had something to say. It’s just not the same without Luke Perry, and it seems pointless without him. So sad.” Several of Green’s fans defended him, the actor addressed the issue himself. He said, “Thank you for your words, thank you to everyone for sticking up for me, but it’s not necessary.”
Megan Fox’s husband since 2010 continued, “The passing of Luke is terrible, as was said by many, everyone grieves in different ways. If it is too soon for you to attend, what is meant to be a fun night for the fans, then you don’t have to. Everyone should respect everyone’s process.” Jennie Garth also faced some backlash for not mentioning Perry’s passing. Her first post after his death was on women’s day. She said, “Hey everyone, I chose to post a picture of my girls today, because they are my life. Because today is a day to celebrate all women.” She went on, Perry’s kids were his life, and he would want his friends and loved ones, to move on.