‘American Pie’ star, Jason Biggs, targeted after vulgar comments on twitter

The vile tweets, full of profanity, have gotten Jason Biggs in some hot water from some of his fans, who are now calling for him to be removed from the Nickelodeon cast of TMNT.

Biggs, follows Samuel L. Jackson and Ellen Barkin, with politically charged and vulgar tweets that is alienating a portion of his audience.

The “American Pie” actor tweeted sexually about Paul Ryan’s wife…and other profance comments, insults Christians etc…

People are cheering off screen because Janna Ryan is showing her t**s! 

I bet there’s footage somewhere of Paul Ryan jerking off to a close-up photo of his widow’s peak. #RNC

Clint Eastwood talking to a non-responsive stool sorta sums up Christianity in a nutshell, huh Republicans? #RNC

How dare you ignore Ann Romney’s a**hole. Ur un-American.” Sorry ur right. I bet hers is un-bleached and hairy.

Watching Chris Christie at the #RNC on my 120 inch projection screen. Does anyone have a 300 inch screen I can borrow?

Biggs didn’t exactly help his case offering this response:

To everyone freaking out about my tweets: you know i put my d*** in a pie, right?

A campaign has formed to pressure the studio for Biggs to be fired from his gig voicing Leonardo in Nickelodeon’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” reboot.

Click for info on how to contact Nickelodeon and its parent company Viacom.

Read Jason Biggs’ tweets for yourself:



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