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Edited by on March 14 2011 at 2:48 PM

Tens of thousands lay dying in Japan, as earthquake, tsunami and now volcano have torn the country in two. Here are 5 morons stupid enough bold enough to make light of the situation.

5 Most Inappropriate Reactions to Japan Tragedy

 

1. 50 Cent via Twitter

“Its all good Till b*tches see there christian louboutins floating down da street shit gone get crazy.”

“Wave will hit 8am them crazy white boys gonna try to go surfing.”

“Look this is very serious people I had to evacuate all my hoe’s from LA,Hawaii and Japan. I had to do it. Lol”

[Perez Hilton]

2. Crazy Religious UCLA Girl via home video

“God is such an amazing God! On Wednesday at the start of Lent believers all over the world came together, and we have been praying specifically for God to open the eyes of atheists all over the world. God shook the country of Japan. He literally grabbed the country by the shoulders and said hey look, I’m here. It’s so amazing to see how God can just answer prayers like this. I’m so overjoyed and so encouraged. I can’t even begin to think how vengeful god will be on America; we have a lot of atheists here. Be encouraged, my brothers and sisters. Look at Japan, a direct answer to our prayers. I am just so overjoyed I can’t even contain my joy! Let’s get back to praying.

[Perez Hilton]

3. Gilbert Gottfried via Twitter

“Japan is really advanced. They don’t go to the beach. The beach comes to them.”

“I just split up with my girlfriend, but like the Japanese say, ‘They’ll be another one floating by any minute now.’”

[ONTD]

4. Microsoft Bing via Twitter

“How can you #SupportJapan – http://binged.itfEh7iT. For every retweet, @bing will give $1 to Japan quake victims, up to $100K.”

“We apologigize the tweet was negatively perceived. Intent was to provide an easy way for people to help Japan. We have donated $100K.”

[BuzzFeed]

5. TV Anchor Larry Kudlow live on CNBC

“The human toll here looks to be much worse than the economic toll, and we can be grateful for that.”

[Gawker]

Story by Josh Linam

I eat fashion for breakfast. Cashmere sweaters taste funny.