Seth Rogen’s Office Doesn’t Smell Like Weed, Guys

Seth Rogen is a little offended, you guys…

Bieber Thirsty for Rogen
Justin Bieber is a desperate man... for Seth Rogen.

No, his irritation doesn’t derive from Justin Bieber’s undeniable thirst for him, but rather the fact that someone said he left behind a “stench of marijuana” in his old office on the Sony lot.

The Hollywood Reporter published a story with the headline: “Sony’s Amy Pascal Delays Office Move Due to Seth Rogen Pot Stench,” in which the editor sites several unnamed sources who claim Pascal — the former Sony Picture co-chair — cannot move into her new office on the studio’s lot because it smells like weed, much thanks to previous occupants Rogen and Evan Goldberg.

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After several “news” outlets picked up the piece, Rogen took to Instagram to respond, sharing a photo of the headline and putting his own humorous twist on what’s actually a pretty messed up case of defamation.

He writes, “I don’t know what’s more irresponsible: that they would print a story that is completely untrue, or that they would refer to how pot smells as a “stench.” #myshitssmellsgood.”

Rogen’s publicist also released a statement about the article to Huffington Post, saying: “Glad to see that [co-president and chief of creative officer] Janice Min is resorting to her old ways of Us Weekly. Between this story and her hard hitting cover story on actresses and their make-up artists, it’s great to see that important stories like this make their way to the public.”

Meanwhile, all of this went public in the midst of a much-anticipated answer from Rogen as to whether or not he’ll roast Bieber later this month (we sincerely hope you can sense our sarcasm). The 21-year-old posted a myriad of tweets on Monday, begging The Interview actor to roast him.