Finn Wolfhard hits back at 'Stranger Things' trolls with powerful tweets

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Warning this article contains spoilers for Stranger Things 2

Since finding fame in Netflix original drama Stranger Things past year, the young cast of the show have faced huge levels of attention from both the media and fans of the programme.

Everybody needs to leave the "Stranger Things" kids alone.

After the taped bit - which detailed how a Netflix executive discovered them playing a gig at a wedding - Wolfhard, Gaten, Matarazzo and McLaughlin joined Corden, all wearing matching electric-blue suits for a reunion of the band, called the Upside Downs.

The teen actor, who plays Mike Wheeler in the hit Netflix sci-fi show, spoke out after he was recently criticised for refusing to meet fans outside a hotel. "I don't wanna ex-communicate anyone from this fandom, but you are for real you will harass my friends, or my co-workers. So I called up the boys, and I said, 'Let's get the band back together for one more night, '" he added.

Fans started tweeting that Wolfhard was "heartless". "Think b4 ya type boiiii".

But just when they were ready to make the jump in their musical career, Corden encouraged them all to audition for Stranger Things. While the user who posted the video has since made his Twitter account private, the tone of the tweet was that the actor was disrespecting his fans by not coming over to address them, while also claiming that his fans helped make him what he was.

Now Finn himself has responded to the "gross" comment, telling TMZ when asked about it: "Oh that was nuts".

But we feel extra protective of children in the limelight, who might be more deeply impacted by this treatment.

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