About Our People Legal Stuff Careers
AP_16320638830708 (1).jpg
Author J.K. Rowling poses for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film 'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them' in London, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)

JK Rowling apologized for killing off a Harry Potter character and opened the floodgates


What most likely started out as a joke for Harry Potter creator J.K Rowling might have backfired a teensy bit. 

The author tweeted early Tuesday morning that she wanted to apologize for killing the character of Severus Snape in the seventh book of the series. The date of the tweet is significant given that, in the books, May 2 is the date of the Battle of Hogwarts.

However, what started out as a fun nod to her work quickly turned into a group therapy session on Twitter...

Rowling posted the tweet early Tuesday morning. 

And now some on social media are looking for justice on a different issue.

In fact, many Potter fans on Twitter are asking for apologies for other characters. 

In fact, it seems like there are a lot of feelings bubbling to the surface online.

Trump said the government needs 'a good shutdown' and more Republican senators

WATCH | For more news you need, check out the 60 Second Circa.

Read Comments
Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest Linked In List Menu Enlarge Gallery Info Menu Close Angle Down Angle Up Angle Left Angle Right Grid Grid Play Align Left Search Youtube Mail Mail Angle Down Bookmark