Charlie Hunnam Blasts Imposters Doing ‘Nefarious S**t’ and Makes It Very Clear to ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Fans That’s Not Him on Social Media

Son of Anarchy Charlie Hunnam’s alum has an important message for fans who think he’s on social media – don’t believe the “tricksters.” Someone noticed Hunnam that people on social media are pretending to be him. In response, the actor made a video exploding the protesters who make “nefarious s ** t.”

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Charlie Hunnam has never been on social media

As Cheat Sheet has previously reported, Hunnam has never had an Instagram or Twitter account and does not plan to change that anytime soon. At the end of 2016, Hunnam announced a TMZ photographer that he is “a very private man. ”

The 40-year-old said that if he tried to talk about “bad stuff” in public, there would be a danger of feeling like a “pretentious d ** khead.” ”

“I just want my relationship with the world to be just my job, you know?” Hunnam explained. “I don’t just want to be like a famous or famous person or anything. I just want to try to make good films and good TV shows and I hope to entertain people. ”

Hunnam also said he is not a fan of the bullying that is happening on social media. He also doesn’t believe this is the right place for real debates.

The former ‘Sons of Anarchy’ star explodes her spies

When Hunnam found out that people were pretending to be him on social media, he decided to make a video. In a cookie posted on the Charlie Hunnam International YouTube channel, the Son of Anarchy star made it clear that anyone who claims to be an imposter.

“I don’t usually make videos like this. But it has recently come to my attention that there are little actors out there in the world. A few small hooligans. Some small fraudulent makers who have represented themselves like me on social media, ”Hunnam told the camera.

The actor said that it is “good” and that people are going to do what they are going to do. He’s not the kind of person to prove other people’s lives. But he has to draw the line when people use his name to “nefarious sh * t. ”

Hunnam said his impers are nurturing relationships with people and demanding money for them and “God knows what else.”

“So I have to say. I have said it whenever I have had the opportunity to say it before. But I want to say it again. I don’t have social media. None. I’m not on Facebook. I’m not Instagram. I’m not on Twitter. I’m not on TikTok. I don’t even know what that is, but I haven’t, ”said Hunnam.

Charlie Hunnam has some advice for his fans

The Star of Sons of Anarchy on by giving some advice to his fans. Hunnam said that there is one thing fans can do if people out there represent themselves and want nothing – “don’t give it to them.”

“It simply came to our notice then. They don’t deserve your love. They really don’t deserve your money, ”Hunnam enthusiastically tells the camera. “The only thing they deserve is a slap over his head. But we are not going to do that because we are artisans. So what we’re doing instead is just ignoring them. ”

Hunnam shook his video by telling his fans that he hadn’t left home in “a long time” and we live in a strange world that is “even weir” right now. He said it made him “very angry” that people were using his reputation to treat and deceive people for their own benefit.

The last time Hunnam made a video for Charlie Hunnam International was in 2016 when his fans were bullying his longtime girlfriend Morgana McNelis.

The seven seasons of Son of Anarchy available on Hulu.

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