Aaron Paul Vs. Toys ‘R’ Us, Bi*ch: Actor Slams Toy Store After ‘Breaking Bad’ Action Figures are Pulled

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ICYMI, Toys “R” Us listened to a Florida mother and her petition and pulled Breaking Bad action figure from its shelves earlier this week.

Now, Aaron Paul has sounded off on the whole matter and let’s just say buddy’s not thrilled about the news.

 

 

 

 

The Florida mother’s petition, which included some 9,000 signatures, stated that parents and grandparents around the world “should not be forced to explain why a certain toy comes with a bag of highly dangerous and illegal drugs.” Yep, models of one Walter White did come with a fake bag of meth. But the key word here is fake, right? In wake of the toy yanking, Toys “R” Us simply stated, “Let’s just say, the action figures have taken an ‘indefinite sabbatical.’”


Bryan Cranston hasn’t kept quiet about the toy situation either:

 

  Something tells me those lucky enough to buy the action figures before the sabbatical will soon be rolling on some good ‘ol cash money. These figures just have to remain in original packaging or anything that will prove its mint condition… Launch the gallery, above, for some of the most memorable deaths on the beloved AMC series.