Matthew Perry Apparently Really, Really Dislikes Keanu Reeves

The special one uneven quarrel of the past [checks watch] 16 hours has reached a public conclusion.

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Following reports that his forthcoming book Companions, Sweethearts and the Huge Horrendous Thing incorporated an astounding measure of Keanu Reeves-slamming, Matthew Perry has apologized.

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Two times all through the book, which comes out November 1, Perry evidently looks at Keanu Reeves negatively to different entertainers who have kicked the bucket. "How can it be that the first masterminds like Waterway Phoenix and Heath Record bite the dust, yet Keanu Reeves actually strolls among us?" he expresses, as per Page Six.

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Then, when Chris Farley passes on, "I poked a hole through Jennifer Aniston's changing area wall when I found out," he says. "Keanu Reeves strolls among us." This sort of dated Reeves contempt didn't turn out well with a web of Keanu darlings.

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TikToks and tweets were made accordingly, and they were none excessively good toward the Companions star. Presently, he's was sorry in a proclamation. "I love Keanu," Perry's assertion says per Cutoff time. 

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"I just picked an arbitrary name, my error. I am sorry. I ought to have utilized my own name all things being equal." I mean, subbing in your own name would suggest an uplifted self-awareness despising that — truly, it doesn't matter. Gratitude for the assertion, Matt.

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Companions star Matthew Perry is getting simmered via virtual entertainment in the wake of dissing individual entertainer Keanu Reeves in his forthcoming diary. A brief look into Perry's book was delivered as of late, where he dissed the John Wick star for apparently not an obvious explanation. 

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Subsequent to getting serious backfire, Perry apologized for the selection.

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In Matthew Perry's impending journal Companions, Sweethearts and the Enormous Awful Thing, the entertainer becomes real about his long fight with fixation and liquor misuse. 

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