Actress Constance Wu was upset on Friday when word spread that ABC's hit show "Fresh Off the Boat" was being extended for season six.
The star "Crazy Rich Asians" tweeted . So excited that I literally cry. Pooh. F —.
Later she followed and said : "F — ing hell."
A fan congratulated Wu on renewing the show, saying it was "great news."  "No, it is not," Wu wrote back. Her tweet has since been deleted, people reported.
& # 39; Crazy RICH ASIANS & # 39; For the first time in years, IMMIGRANTE designs PARENTS FOR THEATER.
Wu, 37, also reportedly commented "Fresh Off" The Instagram account of the boat announcing the renewal news.
"Aversion," Wu wrote, according to Variety, under the post.
With fans confused by the star's reaction, Wu set the record in follow-up tweets.
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"It was not a killing spree, it was just what I normally talk about. I say f … a lot. I love the word. They make many assumptions about what I said. And no, that's not the point. Not, it's not … what it's about. Stop accepting, "she wrote .
She took up this tweet and explained her reaction.
Show .plz know I'm so thankful for FOTB [Fresh Off the Boat] Renewal love the cast and crew, I'm proud to be a part of it, for the support of all fans, thank you and for all who support my occasional use of the word f – thank you too. "she concluded with .
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Wu portrays Jessica Huang, a caring mother, in the sitcom following a family accustomed to living in Orlando Randall Park Wu will star in Jennifer Lopez's upcoming movie "Hustlers." Wu was nominated for a Golden Globe for her starring role in Crazy Rich Asians.