The Young and the Restless Robert Adamson (Noah Newman) has joined the ranks of several of his castmates, who over the last few days have gone on Twitter in defense of the attacks and comments made on Y&R cast member Hunter King (Summer Newman).
The cruel remarks continue and come as a result of the allegations that fired star, Michael Muhney (Adam) groped King’s breasts, which was one of the key reasons for his dismissal from the series.
Adamson’s tweet quoted world-renowned German psychoanalyst Erich Fromm, beginning with “@HunterHaleyKing “The task we must set for ourselves is not to feel secure, but to be able to tolerate insecurity.”
The actor then finished his tweet with a message to those on social media who have been cruel in their comments: “The way my friend is being treated is appalling. No one deserves it less. I’m sure it feels safe behind this twitter veil to be callous and cruel, but every time Hunter handles these comments with grace, she simply shows her ability to tolerate the insecurities of faceless sycophants. ”
Seems very apparent that the Y&R cast is asking for some kindness and sensitivity towards the situation … can we all just be respectful from here on out? We only hope by bringing attention to Adamson’s tweet, and by people reading it and what others have said before that, it might make people think a minute before entering a tweet or posting a comment filled with vitriol and hatred toward another human being.