‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Emmy Snub 2014: Creator Kurt Sutter Reacts With NSFW Tweet

 @ItsMegSchaefer on July 10 2014 3:00 PM

Sons of Anarchy Kurt Sutter predicts an Emmy snub for "Sons of Anarchy" with outrageous tweet.  Sons of Anarchy

The last time the hit FX series “Sons of Anarchy” was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award was in 2009. And apparently, we’re not the only ones who are disturbed by this shocking revelation. The night before the announcement of the 2014 Emmy Award nominations, Kurt Sutter, the creator of the serial drama, took to Twitter to predict a morbid prophesy of whether or not “SoA” would be snubbed once again.

“Writing a little missive about SOA’s Emmy snub for @NikkiFinke tomorrow,” the creator began, following with a jaw-dropping and NSFW description of what he planned to say during his interview with the self-proclaimed “Hollywood film and televises business authority” of both Emeritus and Deadline Hollywood. You can check out Sutter’s shocking tweet here.

Fans then responded to Sutter’s tweet by telling the mastermind behind the crime thriller to stay positive. They even cultivated the hashtag #SOAFXEmmy to encourage Emmy officials in acknowledging “SoA” as an Emmy-winning series.

Currently, “SoA” has awards such as the Golden Globes (2011), ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards (2013), Motion Picture Sound Editors (2014), Prism Awards (2013), Satellite Awards (2011) and Society of Camera Operates (2011) under its studded belt.

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