Here Are Some Of The Celebrities Who Apparently Don’t Respect Their Fans
Not all the celebrities are keen on making time for their fans and making a stop to take a photo or give them an autograph. Plus, apparently some of the celebrities are not really fond of their fans, or at least that’s how they act.
The well-known stars are under constant pressure from their schedule and probably sometimes they do get tired of pretending to be nice and kind.
Here are some of the celebrities who were impolite to their fans, courtesy of ia.meaww
The reality star who is famous for being famous, Kim Kardashian in a text message to her ex-husband, express her opinion of her fans. Allegedly, Chris Humphries, her ex-husband revealed the message in order to expose her little dirty secrets.
The 37-year-old media mogul reportedly referred to her fans as “boring little nobodies”, ‘”stupid imbeciles”,”pathetic people with no lives of their own” and”gullible”
2. Robert Pattinson
Patrick Stewart as Edward in Twilight. (Twitter)
The 31-year-old Twilight star pushed a fan and someone got it on video. Also, during shooting Remember me, reportedly he didn’t say hi to fans who waited for him with hours.
In an interview for the German edition of Interview magazine he disclosed: “Twilight has its own parallel world, its own fan culture that has been forming on the net since day one. And, in an intense way that has never existed before,” also adding, “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.”
After meeting RiRi in person some of her fans were disappointed of her behavior.
A former fan, wrote on the Thoughts Catalogue, “My coworker won free tickets and backstage passes to see Rihanna about a year after they were first playing ‘Umbrella’ on the radio. 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.”
— Rihanna (@rihanna) May 9, 2014
There is also another fan disappointed with Riri’s response to a photo, of her wearing a prom dress similar to one of the singer’s famous dresses. Also, it continues with a tweet that mocks the girl.
— Rihanna (@rihanna) May 9, 2014
One fan told Fox Baltimore: “I was very offended. Why throw shade on it when you had on the exact same thing. The poses was different but the outfit wasn’t … She doesn’t love her fans like she says she does.”
Also, a Reddit user has shared his experience too:
“I met Rhianna while I was stationed in Japan on the USS George Washington (aircraft carrier). I was actually assigned to follow her group around, take pictures and provide assistance for anything. She wasn’t miserable really, just sort of disinterested and snobby the whole time and blatantly ignored the poor officer who was trying to lead her tour and give her the info on the ship. Rihanna didn’t even perform for us so I have no idea why she was there. She signed autographs lazily on the mess decks for about 30 minutes and then left. Later she tweeted about how dirty our ship was.”
The 43-year-old American Psycho star wasn’t always the nicest, too. Furthermore, he was caught on camera shouting at crew members on sets and has been arrested for assault allegation of his family members.
He allegedly managed to bring to tears one little girl who asked him for an autograph, whereas other time he made an elaborate death threat to a fan.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner
Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner are also known to have treated their fans badly. Here are some videos of some fans od the reality starts:
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The 51-year-old actor is best known for his role as Dwight Schrute on the American TV comedy The Office. He has called his fans the best and worse when he appeared on Conan.
Also, he asked his fans to: “stop it with the terrible Office jokes.”
“I tweet about a meal that I had, they’ll be like, ‘Did you have beets? Were there beets in it?”