Technological advancements have swept all over the world, and online interaction is the norm of the day. Social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and more, has given us unrestricted access to one another (friends, family, fans, celebs etc). This media also gives celebrities a platform to communicate with their fans and share their lives with the world. And though, it gives them freedom to share their thoughts with the people around the globe, but at the same time with this freedom comes great responsibility. Some celebs unfortunately don’t understand this and show irresponsible behavior leading to some of the worst social media blunders imaginable. We today have compiled such a list of top 27 unforgettable social media blunders by celebrities:
27. Mary J. Blige’s Attempt to Prove Her “Intelligents”
Mary eagerly tweeted in July 2010, that she got admission in Howard University, however the university tweeted back to her that the application process has not yet been finalized.
She then replied blissfully what is shown above.
26. Paris Hilton Vindicates Herself
The beautiful heiress tried to clear herself from blame in September 2010 after she was accused for the possession of cocaine in Las Vegas.
It was revealed that cocaine was found in her Chanel purse but she denied its possession publicly. Excited to have purse she forgot about her arrest and tweeted:
“Love My New Chanel Purse I Got Today!”
25. 50 Cent Acts Like a Crybaby
The famous rapper Curtis James Jackson III (commonly known as 50 Cent) tried to complain about his grandmother when she makes him take the garbage out:
“I can’t believe my grandmothers making me take Out the garbage I’m rich f—k this I’m going home I don’t need this s—t.”
His tweet proved that he is not a better grandson and he was truly surprised by the reaction of his fans. This story trended on social media for a very long time.
24. Arnold Schwarzenegger Wields a Knife
The ex-Californian Governor posted a 27 seconds long video clip on Twitter in which he had a two feet long knife and this video message was posted to thank the followers for their budget-balancing ideas as the state tried to fix a $26 billion deficit.
23. Fan Level: Mark Cuban
Though Mark Cuban is not the owner of the Dallas Mavericks but he is the team’s biggest fan, and has been in trouble several times due to his careless arguments. He was fine worth $ 25,000 in 2009 after he tweeted:
“how do they not call a tech on JR Smith for coming off the bench to taunt our player on the ground?” To which he responded, “Can’t say no one makes money from twitter now. The NBA does.”
22. Beyonce’s Photoshopped Curves
A photo popped up on Beyonce’s Tumbler feed and caught the attention of internet Photoshop detectives right away. The poor Photoshop touch up was so obvious thanks to the funky stuff going on with her left arm that almost all major online publishers noticed and pointed it out.
21. Joseline’s Twitter Binge
Although Joseline Hernandez claimed that her Twitter account was compromised but some of the shared pictures depicting domestic violence showed an uncanny resemblance with her face and her hacked account claim didn’t convince her followers much.
20. Madonna’s Questionable Parenting Moment
Modonna faced a lot of trouble when she posted a picture of her 13 years old son along with his pals captioning “The party’s just begun”, with liquor bottles in their hands.
Her son was simply too young to have drugs.
19. Call Me! Love, Charlie
With an intention to send his number to Justin Bieber, Charlie Sheen publicly tweeted it to Biebs. It taught him a big lesson to be more discreet about phone numbers after he received non-stop calls for days.
18. Jessica Wright’s Sympathies
Given the fact that North Korean leader was a dictator, very few people were sympathetic about his death in 2011. But, to much surprise, Jessica Wright tweeted: “Rest in Peace.” – which resulted in a nasty backlash from her followers.
17. Brandi Glanville Posted A Profanity Filled Email
During the conflagration between Eddie Cibrian, his wife LeAnn Rimes and his ex Brandi Glanville, Brandi posted a very offensive old email that she sent to Cibrian once. Since it didn’t help her much and received criticism, she took it down later on and tweeted:
“I am taking email down I was in defense mode.”
16. Alison Pill’s Reckless Behavior
With an intention to send it to her fiancé, she accidentally tweeted her topless picture publicly. Luckily her fiance replied back hilariously calling her a “dork.”
Then Alison tweeted:
“Yep. That picture happened. Ugh. My tech issues have now reached new heights, apparently. How a deletion turned into a tweet…Aploligies.”
15. Naomi Broady And David Rice
After they posted pictures (one shown above) of eating junk food and getting drunk on their Facebook profiles, The Lawn Tennis Association suspended both the young English tennis stars.
The photo captioning, “Me drunk for a change” caught public attention and caused a major public outcry.
14. Kris Jenner’s Wonder Woman Costume
The 56 years old Kris Jenner gained a lot of attention when she tweeted a picture of her in a wonder woman costume. She was unable to notice that her top showed off more than what she expected (NSFW link). She tweeted later:
“Jeeeez what’s all the fuss about?!!! It’s just an innocent nip slip, happens to the best of us,”
13. Spike Lee Tweets Fake George Zimmerman Address
Spike Lee was in quite a trouble after he tweeted an address which he considered was fake but turned out to be a valid one. He not only apologized to the family but also ended up compensating William George Zimmerman after they were harassed. He tweeted:
“I deeply apologize to the McClain family for re-tweeting their address.”
12. Kim Kardashian’s Confused Stance
Her attempt to discuss Israeli-Palestinian conflict went horribly wrong in November 2012 she wrote:
“Praying for everyone in Israel!”
After one of the followers bashed her for supporting Israel she quickly responded “praying for everyone in Palestine.” Shortly she removed both of her tweets and apologized publicly.
11. Rob Kardashian Pretends he is Enrolled in Law School
Even though he didn’t apply for the Law School at the University of Southern California, but he pretended on Twitter that he was excited to go to the school and tweeted with the hashtag #UniversityfouthernCal.”
The university tweeted later:
“Rob Kardashian isn’t coming here, but we’re glad he’s a Trojan fan”
10. Ochocinco Tweeted During the Game
He was charged with a penalty of $25,000 against using an electronic device and posting tweets in the middle of a pre-season game. After apologizing publicly in his earlier statement he later tweeted:
“I’ve been fined by the league a substantial amount of money for tweeting, 1st time twitter hasn’t made me money but cost me money.”
9. Ashton Kutcher’s Meager Knowledge
Ashton turned over his Twitter account to a media management company after he unknowingly tweeted in the support of the popular football coach Joe Paterno, who was involved in a child abuse scandal, and received a lot of criticism.
8. Kenneth Cole’s Egypt Gaffe
An attempt of self-marketing by the famous fashion designer went horribly wrong when he personally tweeted this during the recent Egyptian revolution days:
“Millions are in uproar in #Cairo. Rumor is they heard our new spring collection is available online.”
He publicly apologized for the tweet later on.
7. Floyd Mayweather’s Mean Meme About Oscar De La Hoya
Although Floyd claimed that he didn’t post the nasty meme about Oscar De La Hoya over Instagram and apologized for all the fiasco, the meme went viral before getting deleted and made his fans angry.
6. Lil Jon’s Out of Patience
A small portion of your followers might tolerate crude humor, but the majority of others can’t handle it. This is a lesson that Lil Jon learned in September 2010 when he tweed this:
“WAS RUSHIN HOME TO TAKE A DUMP AND GOT CAUGHT BEHIND A SCHOOL BUS DROPPIN KIDS OFF!! LONGEST 30MINS OF MY LIFFFEEEE!!”
5. Gilbert Gottfried’s Offending Jokes
The famous comedian was removed from his role as a voice actor for Aflac’s duck mascot after he jokingly linked his personal matter with a national tragedy (the devastating tsunami in Japan in 2011):
“I just split up with my girlfriend, but like the Japanese say, They’ll be another one floating by any minute now.”
4. Sarah Palin vs Barack ‘Hussein’ Obama
In September 2010, she received a lot of public criticism for her extreme anti-Obama tweets in which she claimed Obama to be a Muslim Taliban:
“The Blood of Jesus against Obama. History made 4 Nov 2008 A Taliban Muslim Illegally Elected. President USA: Hussein.”
Later on, she accepted it to be a mistake and apologized.
3. Sherri Shepherd
Her phone probably turned on the auto-correct in June 2011 which made her tweet go viral:
“OMG just woke up and my r ear is plugged- tried everything-yawning… pinching my nose, closing mouth and pushing out breath… won’t stop.”
2. Al Roker’s Law Breaking Tweets
Al Rocker broke the rule of taking photos in the courtroom and shared them with his Twitter followers which clearly showed the jurors (forbidden in law) leading to a backlash.
1. Tyrese’s Impulsive Tweets
His continuous distinguished sex dialogues of September 2012 made him an absolute goldmine of unintentionally hilarious Tweets. Here’s a classic one:
“Every stroke counts when you’re swimming inside the right one… Sex f***ing, ALLLLL feels like love making… when you’re with the right one.”
He surely knows how to set social media blunder examples for other celebs.
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