The ABC hit comedy follows a family that has grown accustomed to living in a suburb of Orlando after moving from Chinatown, announcing its return to Season Six on Friday as a breathtaking response. "So excited I literally cry, Ugh," she tweeted, followed by explosives.
The show's Instagram account was called by commentators after she apparently posted "dislike" in a post about returning the show to another season.
"Rejecting this message is a slap in the face for those working behind the scenes to make your show as powerful and groundbreaking as it really is." Because the show was redone, a whole crew will get another year Time to take care of them. This smells of someone who is not in touch and ungrateful, "said one user.
Later, the actress tried her messages in a series of tweets.
"You make a lot of assumptions about what I said," she tweeted. No, it's not about … what it's all about.
Wu did not erase her earlier tweets and defended them by saying they were "on the heels of Rough Day & were bad with the news of the show." She thanked the fans for their support.
"(Please) you know, I'm so thankful for the renewal of FOTB," she wrote. "I love the cast and the crew, I'm proud to be a part of it."