21 Annoying Celebrities Who Need to Go Away Already
There are tons of celebs who are known in the media not just for their movie roles, but also for their positive impact on their community and the world. They carry themselves like adults when confronted by the paparazzi, and use their status to shine a light on important issues. Recently, Bruce Springsteen cancelled what would have been a lucrative concert to protest North Carolina’s new anti-LGBTQ legislation. Then there are the celebs who think of nobody but themselves. Here are some that most people are just straight up sick of hearing about:
1. Donald Trump
While calling reality TV star Donald Trump a celebrity might just be adding fuel to his fire, it can’t be denied that he’s definitely the most well-known Presidential hopeful. His platform of racist, idiotic inanity has earned him millions of followers, mostly from hardcore right wing areas of the country. Hopefully, people will realize that his platform contains no hard facts and stop lending him their support.
2. Justin Bieber
Throughout his career, Justin Bieber has been known for many things: his legion of screaming female fans, his flippy hair, and his recent run of bad behavior. He wasn’t even of legal drinking age when he was busted for driving under the influence, and possession of drugs. Just six months after that, he got arrested for throwing eggs at his neighbor’s house. After videos surfaced of him gleefully using a racial epithet in a song, many people realized that they were pretty much done with J-Biebs.
3. Chris Brown
You would think that if someone assaulted his girlfriend publicly, that it would mean the end of their career. Not so for Chris Brown, who enjoyed a fantastic career before that fateful night in February 2009 when he lost his temper with then-girlfriend Rihanna and punched her in the face repeatedly. Although people were shocked, and Chris Brown was pulled from awards shows and radio broadcasts, he’s managed to creep back on to the airwaves. Maybe he does regret his actions and has changed, but he is truly the epitome of too little, too late.