From Blac Chyna To Taylor Swift: 7 Celebrities Who Found Themselves At The Centre Of A Social-Media Storm
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Even regular people can land themselves in trouble with a poorly-worded tweet which is why it’s no major surprise when celebrities sometimes hit the headlines for doing the same thing.
From the Blac Chyna drama of 2017 to the time Liam Payne came under fire for being reckless on a roof – all these major names have found themselves at the centre of a pretty dramatic social-media storm.
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Back in 2017, Rob Kardashian decided to publicly shame the mother of his child by releasing several explicit images and videos of her that were never meant to see the light of day. Blac’s name was trending online for hours – long after Instagram disabled Rob’s account to prevent him from posting more.
Taylor was public enemy number one when Kim Kardashian released audio recordings that showed her endorsing some of Kanye West’s lyrics to ‘Famous.’ While no clip was ever released of her giving her consent to the “I made that bitch famous” line, the internet jumped at the chance to drop snake emojis beneath all her uploads.
Chloe found herself at the centre of a particularly nasty feud with the Kardashian-Jenne family. After arguing that that Kim Kardashian should encourage girls to appreciate their worth beyond their bodies, sister Khloe tweeted a NSFW image of a woman in a red bikini who she believed to be the actress.
Chloe later proved that the image wasn’t her and said that the woman in question had been “wrongfully photographed.”
From the covfefe situation to the CNN wrestling video to his stress-inducing comments about North Korea - pretty much every tweet Donald Trump has ever sent off can be filed under the category of controversial.
Kanye came under fire when he gave an interview to TMZ in which he claimed that slavery was “a choice.” While people confronted his statement on social-media, things got out of hand when Ye aligned himself with President Trump and shared an image of his signed MAGA hat.
Back in 2014, the then One Direction member found himself apologising after uploading an image of himself standing on top of a building. He responded: “It was a stupid and irresponsible thing to do. I am sorry, and do not endorse any fans trying to repeat this, as it is extremely dangerous.”
This one kicked off when Harry’s Twitter account liked a NSFW image that we can only describe as seriously graphic. It wasn’t long before #HarryDontLickAnything was trending around the globe, which prompted Harry to favourite a bunch of kitten pictures to make up for his mistake.
Too much drama.