Rob Lowe recently slammed Bella Thorne after the actress said that she was “inconvenienced” by the recent California mudslides.

The “Code Black” star responded to Thorne’s insensitive tweet and wrote, “This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood. Bella, I’m sorry you were inconvenienced. We will try to move out our dead quicker.”

Thorne, whose original tweet has already been deleted, said that she’s upset over the heavy traffic, which was the result of the deadly mudslides. In her tweet, the actress also said that she missed her boyfriend’s first date on his tour because of the incident.

After deleting her cryptic tweet, Thorne apologized for her comments and told her followers that she didn’t have any idea why certain roads were closed until she read the news about the deadly mudslides.

On his Instagram account, Lowe expressed his devastation over the recent mudslides and said that some of his friends in the Montecito area have gone missing. He also posted a photo of a deceased bear and called out to rescuers so that animals may also be evacuated safely.

According to People, the mudslides hit the area on Tuesday morning, and 17 people including four children have been confirmed dead. The number of missing persons has also reached 43 as of Thursday.

On Thursday, Ellen DeGeneres became emotional talking about the deadly incident. The “Ellen Show” host said that she and her wife, Portia de Rossi, were evacuated from their home in Montecito.

“One of the things that I want to talk about is you know, we’ve had these terrible fires all over California and one of the hardest hit areas is where I live in Montecito. We have had mandatory evacuations. So, we were just able to get back into our house on Dec. 27 and I got back over the holidays and I just drove around. I love that community so much. There were just signs everywhere that said thank you and grateful just everywhere saying thank you to the firefighters and first responders. And it made me so proud of live there,” she said.