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Celebrities who aren’t nice to their fans

Celebrities who aren't nice to their fans

It’s exhausting to please everybody, particularly in case you are a star with tens of millions of followers. However that doesn’t imply that, in the event you don’t need to cope with the drama of assembly the fans, you have to be imply to them. Here’s a listing of celebrities who did such a factor throughout their time of fame.


“My co-worker won free tickets and backstage passes to see Rihanna about a year after they were first playing ‘Umbrella’ on the radio,” a former fan shared with Thought Catalog. “When her kids finally got the chance to go meet Rihanna, she was sitting at her makeup booth and refused to face them, or even look at them. When they asked for her autograph, she told the closest backup dancer to forge it for them and shooed them away.” She even made enjoyable of a youngster who wore a Wile E. Coyote-inspired costume Rihanna wore to an award present a few years earlier.

Christian Bale

His anger drawback is a recognized factor. Bale reprimanded little women to tears after they’d requested him for an autograph, and on a special time, Bale faxed a fan an detailed dying menace together with a screwdriver.

Michael Jordan

In accordance to Chamillionaire’s dialogue with the Madd Hatta Morning Present in 2015, the rapper bought a Jordan jersey at a charity occasion for $15,000, nevertheless when he requested for a photograph with Jordan, Jordan stated, “I don’t take pictures with n****’s” and advised Chamillionaire to pay him $15okay as a swap for a photograph. Chamillionaire rejected.

Justin Bieber

He supposedly spit on fans from a balcony in Toronto, Canada, mooned others at historic Mayan ruins in Mexico, and dishonored an Argentinian flag given to him by a fan. In 2016, he revealed on Instagram that he was no extra going to take footage with fans as a result of he “feels like a zoo animal,” persevering with, “I realize people will be disappointed but I don’t owe anybody a picture.”

Rachel Ray

Viewers members at her exhibits have criticized her due to her angle, the waitstaff has attacked her of being a poor buyer, and all through considered one of her excursions, Ray supposedly had a battle with a lodge concierge, saying, “I need stupid people not to talk to me.”

Gene Simmons

Simmons shared with Songfacts, “I’m the guy who says ‘Jump!’ when there’s a guy on top of a building who says, ‘That’s it, I can’t take it anymore, I’m going to jump. Are you kidding? Why are you announcing it? Shut the f**k up, have some dignity and jump! You’ve got the crowd.” Numerous radio channels ceased to play his music after what he stated.

Dan Akroyd

It’s testified that Aykroyd sometimes circles himself with “goons,” and requires particular remedy at eating places and film theaters. In 2004, MSNBC noticed Aykroyd scolding People for “consumerism” at a promotional look for his vacation film, Christmas With the Kranks. In accordance to the information community, the actor stated, “the common enemy in North America is the Western consumer,” who he condemned for “these wars.”

Ariana Grande

“I hate Americans. I hate America,” stated Ariana in 2015 in a doughnut store. She additionally licked delicacies she didn’t buy.

Bruce Willis

In accordance to a report on MeanStars, Willis supposedly abused a few youngsters in a mall meals courtroom for figuring out him and pointing him out.

Cameron Diaz

Witnesses advised Radar On-line that the actress was not within the fans at a fan premiere of Intercourse Tape (2014), “It’s not like the fans were following them at a hotel or restaurant, it was a film premiere with fans,” the insider stated. “When Cameron was spotted, she…refused the fans [photos and autographs] telling them, ‘If I did it for you, I’d have to do it for everyone,’ before storming off.” The supply famous that even when she “did it for everyone,” it in all probability wouldn’t have taken lengthy. “Cameron was as unfriendly as can be and it was really disappointing…There were literally only four of five fans waiting and asking for them when they left. It was not a huge crowd and would have taken less time for them to sign an autograph or take a picture rather than giving a lecture about not doing it.”

Jason Segel

“When a 20-something fan asked Jason for a photo as he left the premiere he said, ‘no’ and literally slammed the car door right in the fan’s face,” an insider stated. “People gasped, that’s how bad it was…Jason was downright nasty to his fans.”

Martha Stewart

“After waiting in line, my mother was refused an extra autograph and she also wouldn’t make out the one promised autograph to anyone but the person who was getting it,” a fan declared by way of Reddit. “Even after explaining it was for her son, Martha refused. I could maybe understand if it was after signing 5,000 autographs or even 500, but it was a small event…At the very end of the event as people are leaving Martha Stewart was overheard talking to her mother who happened to be with her,” the fan added. When Stewart’s mom requested what to do with floral organizations on the occasion, Stewart supposedly answered, “We take them or throw them out, these common people don’t deserve them, far too expensive and they wouldn’t appreciate their beauty.”

One other Reddit insider states Stewart beforehand advised a fan, “Unless you can magically make coffee appear, get out of my face.”

Billy Corgan

“He came into a club I worked in when he was on tour,” the fan shared on Reddit. “I was a huge fan and I told him so. He said my opinion was ‘f***ing bulls***’ and to ‘f*** off.’” One other fan on Reddit insists Corgan spit in his face.

Kate Winslet

“[Winslet was] so rude, she never once acknowledged any of us, I was devastated,” native citizen Shanna Swan reported to OK!. “She gave dirty looks to people in my town who waited hours to see her.”

William Shatner

One Redditor had the unfortunate expertise of coping with actor William Shatner greater than on one event, and each time was likewise dangerous. “I’ve dealt with him on film projects, at comic conventions, and on a sponsorship deal, and he’s universally a d**k to everyone. Making volunteers cry, telling fans to pose a certain way or he won’t take their picture, refusing to say even a word to people who paid $100 for an autograph,” the supply stated. “Just this weekend he was wicked drunk at a convention in San Jose and humiliated a bunch of volunteers.”

Britney Spears

One thwarted fan advised OK!, “Fans were told before the meet-and-greet that they were not to hug or touch Britney without her permission and they weren’t allowed to bring her any gifts. And then once they finally got to meet her it was like smile, take a photo, goodbye. Each person literally got like three seconds with her. She barely spoke.”

Mike Myers

“Prior to paying our tab, I walked over [to Myers] and said, ‘Hey Mike, I’m a big fan, can I buy you a beer?’” the fan shared with Imply Stars. “And without even turning to look at me, he says, “I can afford my own drinks a**hole, save your money for my next movie.’”

Jamie Foxx

“Several years ago, when Stealth [2005] was coming out, they held the premiere at the Naval Air Station in San Diego. They gave a few tickets to the event to the ships that were in port at the time and I was lucky enough to get a pair. Before the showing of the movie, everyone was mingling around and socializing. Jessica Biel, Josh Lucas, the director, producers, and everyone else involved in the picture were very gracious and friendly. Everyone, that is, except Jamie Foxx, who sat in his seat the entire time with his sunglasses on and didn’t want to be bothered…He could’ve shook some hands and been cordial, but he didn’t,” stated one Redditor.

Scarlett Johansson

“I had just seen a play on Broadway starring Scarlett Johansson, and I was waiting by the stage exit after the play, along with at least fifteen other people, for autographs,” a fan alleged on Reddit. “It was February in NYC, snowing hard, we were all freezing. Each one of her co-stars came out and signed..Scarlett was the very last to exit and she completely ignored everybody. I was younger and it completely crushed me, she was my favorite celebrity and this was my only chance to ever see her. Pretty much everyone who waited 45+ minutes beside me had the same sentiments.”


One Reddit bystander noticed Madonna write “f**k you” slightly than signing an autograph for a fan. That presumably wasn’t the one scandal. The Every day Mail states that Madonna scolded fans for having the nerve to be upset that she got here greater than an hour late for a Manchester, England, live performance in December 2015, telling the gang, “All you b****es who keep complaining about it can shut the f**k up…If you diva b****es want to keep complaining about it don’t come to my show.”

Jared Leto

“The band was autographing things after the show, so I waited in line. They all talked amongst themselves as they absentmindedly signed autographs,” an unlucky fan informed Thought Catalog. “When I got to Jared Leto, I said, ‘Hey, that was a great show!’ He responded, ‘I signed your s**t, now f**k off!’”

Laurence Fishburne

As said by one Imply Stars anecdote from the set of Mystic River, “When I was 16 or 17, my friend and I got to visit the set of Mystic River…We met all of the lead actors except for Laurence Fishburne, and the assistant went to find him. She discovered that he was in a trailer nearby, so she brought us over to the trailer and knocked on the door,” the fan states. When the assistant informed Fishburne there have been some highschool pupils who’d like to meet him, his response was, “‘Tell ’em to go f**k themselves.’”

Sandra Bullock

An insider shared with Star that Bullock went berserk at a fan when he requested her to signal one thing. “Sandra was so rude. She covered her face and yelled,” the observer stated. “He just wanted an autograph, and she actually yelled at him!”

Val Kilmer

“Val Kilmer was filming a show in my hood. A small handful of us were looking on at the set at like 2 a.m. just out of curiosity. No shouting, no heckling, just folks not used to Hollywood being in town,” a fan shared on Reddit. “Val takes it upon himself to walk over, ask us, ‘Don’t you people have anything better to do? Isn’t there a bar open somewhere?’ and walks back to the set.”

Kristin Cavallari

A spectator informed Star journal that a fan informed Cavallari at an occasion, “I love you so much. Can you sign something for me?” She supposedly replied by ridiculing the fan behind her again.

Adam Levine

A fan informed Reddit that the Maroon 5 frontman is choosy about who is and isn’t deserving of his autograph. “I was with one of my girlfriends. She was so excited to get [Adam Levine’s] autograph,” the fan said. “After asking for it, he said, ‘I don’t give autographs to ugly chicks.’”

Robert Pattison

“What’s really weird about Twilight fans is that they’re not really teenagers. Most of them are older,” he informed Interview journal. “Twilight has its own fan culture that existed from day one. And in an intense way that didn’t exist before. Sometimes I ask myself what these masses of people do the whole day. They sit in front of their computers and comment on anything having even remotely to do with Twilight.”

Megan Fox

Megan Fox refused an 11-year-old Harvey Kindlon’s yellow rose on the Transformers premiere in 2009. This earned her a standing as an actual soul-crusher. She later apologized on TV however by no means met with the child.

Will Ferrell

An insider stated, “He mocks individuals, taunts and embarrasses them once they ask for autographs.’’

Lea Michelle

Earlier than Hailee Steinfeld was a pop star and an Oscar nominee for True Grit, she was a crushed fan of Glee crooner Lea Michele. Steinfeld revealed to J-14, “When I was auditioning for True Grit, I was on the Paramount lot. I was wearing clothes from the 1800s that were big and uncomfortable. Glee also films on the lot and I love the show, but I haven’t really followed it. I saw Lea Michele just walking to her trailer and I was like, ‘That’s the girl from Glee. I’ve got to go ask for her autograph!’ So I walked up to her and asked for her autograph, but she walked by and a guy came and said, ‘Sorry, now’s not a good time!’ So I had to walk all the way back to the car wearing what I was wearing. I was practically crying on the way home. I was so sad!”

Toby Keith

A supply advised Reddit, “He was doing a USO tour, and came through Iraq. We had a ‘DV (Distinguished Visitor)’ tent set up, and after his show, some of the guys I worked with wanted to see him. He was in there about six hours or so before his flight, and they asked the guards who were outside his tent if they could meet him. They heard his response clearly from the inside, ‘Tell the airmen they can take a picture of me when they take my bags to the plane.’…He could have made that deployment a thousand times better for them, but instead, it just made them feel worse.”

Tommy Lee

In an open letter shared on the Motley Crue’s Fb web page in June 2012, Lee wrote that whereas he “f***ing loves” his fans, “what I have a problem with is…taking pictures! I hate it! Irritates the f**k out of me when people say…’You owe it to your fans, they put you where you are, etc. etc.!’ I certainly don’t owe anybody anything!” He continued, “I’m not here to take pictures with you, I’m here to entertain you! Nobody put me where I am but ME! They may have helped inspire me with their love for what I do…but I put myself right here where I want to be with a lot of hard work, practice, talent, luck, etc. What I do owe myself and others is being THE BEST I can be! And that’s making great music, being a good man, father, lover and human being! We all owe that kinda stuff to ourselves and each other…Most people never consider the ‘situation.’”

Lance Armstrong

“Back when he had just won his second Tour De France, my buddy took his 7-year-old brother to meet Lance at an event,” stated one Redditor. “His brother had battled leukemia as a very young child and came out on top, and Lance was his biggest hero. The moment came and Lance was right next to them, so my friend went to introduce his brother and quickly share his story and he was met with, ‘Yeah whatever, I really don’t care’ before he could finish.”

Amy Schumer

In Might 2016, she assaulted a fan on Instagram, and shared a photograph of him, after she rejected to take a photograph with him whereas strolling down the road. Schumer stated, “This guy in front of his family just ran up next to me scared the s**t out of me. Put a camera in my face. I asked him to stop and he said, ‘No, it’s America and we paid for you.’ This was in front of his daughter. I was saying ‘stop’ and ‘no.’ Great message to your kid. Yes, legally you are allowed to take a picture of me. But I was asking you to stop and saying no. I will not take [pictures] with people anymore and it’s because of this dude in Greenville.” The fan’s account, which was supported by a video, confirmed one thing totally different. In his video, Schumer quietly says, “That’s rude. Can you delete that?” The fan then excuses. The fan advised FOX Carolina that he immediately completed recording when Schumer requested. “I did it in a non-threatening way. She says I got all up in her face, and it was completely different from the video.”

A supply shared with Web page Six, “She’s always hated taking photos with fans, even before she had a TV show or a movie. She couldn’t be bothered then, and she can’t be bothered now.”

Supply: Nicki Swift