Having celebrities on social media is awesome, except when they say weird things. For every awesome AF account, there are some seriously questionable celebrities who need to take a break from the internet. These are the types of celebrities that are often described as annoying by the media and entertainment fans alike. To tell you the truth, some of these celebrities are the worst to hit the tabloids. A few examples include Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and Justin Bieber.
If you ever see these annoying celebrities on the reality dance competition Dancing With the Stars, don't vote for them. Instead, post in the comments section so everyone can see how much they annoy you. You can also come up with your own list of annoying celebrities after reading this list. Fame may come and go, but these celebrities need to put down their smartphones and face the reality of the real world.
While celebrities aren't the only ones guilty of ruffling people's feathers on social media, they certainly seem to give others the stamp of approval to do what they want, whether or not it's deemed as an act of gratification. It's pretty tiring to see the same drama over and over again. I'm sure there are some of you who have unfollowed celebrities for writing annoying tweets and Facebook posts. And to help you take out the trash, I've compiled a list of 15 celebrities who have some of the dumbest things ever and, as a result, annoyed a lot of people.
15 Tyler, The Creator
Musicians are a unique type of celebrity. They often use their social media accounts to extend their existing art, which can either be a good (or bad) thing. Tyler The Creator has an obnoxious, conceited ego. So, it's no surprise that he has always made a splash on social media by stirring up controversy for using homophobic slurs and basically just tweeting without thinking (or consulting his PR representative).
Tyler The Creator deleted his Twitter account on March 4, 2017 for a short period of time. Some fans took screenshots of his Twitter bio, which said "high change i delete this and insta, how are you?" He never followed through on Instagram and reappeared on Twitter the following month, updating his bio to "let me be the one." At the moment, his bio says "HEY! WANNA JOIN OUR BIKE GANG?" He just dropped his fourth studio album, Flower Boy, on July 21. The critics' reviews of the album are generally positive, but his social media posts remain obnoxious.
14 DJ Khaled
For a lot of celebrities, there's a common issue of excess. DJ Khaled, for example, has a tendency to repeat a lot of the same things over and over again. Just because you're constantly bringing up your album, doesn't mean people want to buy it more. Also, the overuse of unnecessary hashtags and caps lock are really not needed.
If you took his DJ Khaled's Twitter stream and make it into one never-ending video, you'd be able to summarize his Snapchat story. It's true that his nine-month-old son, Asahd, makes adorable appearances. However, it seems like the hip-hop producer has never heard the phrase "less is more." After all, it seems like he announces every minute of his life on everything—actions like walking down a hall to pressing buttons in a studio. Sometimes, it's better to be a little mysterious so your fans could speculate on your next move instead of putting everything out there.
13 Scott Disick
Although he's not a Kardashian by birth, Scott Disick is another reality TV star who developed a similar personality when he had an on-again, off-again relationship with his baby mama, Kourtney Kardashian, for nine years. He's a baby daddy with three children, but apparently gets a knack out of fending off the haters on his social media accounts. People have a reason to despise him. He flaunts his accumulated wealth without shame, acts rudely towards the Kardashians, and flirts with countless ladies. These are pretty much the only reasons why anyone knows his name in the first place.
Disick’s Instagram account contains many photos of his extravagant lifestyle. These photos range from sleek sports cars to trucks with large wheels and, of course, the private jet. He's far from humble, referring to himself as "Lord Disick" and bragging about his latest purchases. His Twitter account isn't much better as it features links to his Instagram posts most of the time.
12 Spencer Pratt
Reality TV star Spencer Pratt tweets (and records) almost every moment of his life. So, if you ever want to know what he's doing, his Twitter and Snapchat have the answers waiting for you.
Pratt is best known for his appearances on the short-lived reality TV series, The Princes Of Malibu, as well as the Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County spin-off, The Hills. Since then, he has been kind of a mystery, but he's still active on social media. He met his future wife, Heidi Montag, while on set for The Hills. The couple married in 2009. They've appeared on the reality TV shows Celebrity Big Brother UK and Marriage Bootcamp along with a weekly podcast called Rob Has A Podcast. Yeah, that's about it.
Pratt posts whatever he's obsessed with at that moment—like a hummingbird he named Allen, who he has had lengthy conversations with. His Twitter is an unpredictable mess of random thoughts such as his fascination with collecting crystals.
11 Paris Hilton
Hotel heiress Paris Hilton is known for things like reality shows, s*x tapes, and family's money. She basically brought another socialite, Kim Kardashian, into our lives. The pair were once best friends, who reportedly reunited at a Christmas Eve party last year. However, Hilton was famous in the early 2000's, and that was way before "social media celebrity" was an occupation.
But Paris' simple life got complicated after the reality TV series The Simple Life folded, and she served a 45-day sentence in jail for violating her probation. Like Lohan, she never regained the popularity she once held and instead tried to become a pop star, cameo actress, and fashion designer.
However, Paris was the same socialite, and it's still all about her. Her social media profiles remind us of the old tabloids, only with more updates of her clothes and general appearance. She continues to strike poses, sport sunglasses, and promote her own products.
10 Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus has called out social media, describing Facebook, Instagram, and Googling yourself as worse than drugs.
Miley, the daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, rose to fame as Miley Stewart in the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana. After leaving the series, she changed her voice (and image). One day, she took to Instagram to post a photo of herself smoking weed. Australian news program Sunday Night then asked her about her use of the banned substance. She responded, "I put some picture of me smoking weed on my Instagram because I was brought up in the way that we never thought marijuana was bad."
Social media has been shown to have contagious effects on one's mood and behavior with negative effects triggering critical feelings and additional comments. Yet, Miley continues to post inappropriate photos on her social media accounts, despite the abuse she receives in the comments.
We get it Miley, you're not Hannah anymore.
9 Lindsay Lohan
Some child stars eventually disappear from the public eye and go on to lead normal lives. Other child stars take some time off or manage to maintain an acting career. However, most child stars who stay in showbiz tend to go off the deep end, before desperately trying to become relevant again.
Lindsay Lohan is one of them. After a few DUIs and rehab stints, she failed to maintain success in Hollywood this decade, but she came back to entertain us on social media. The 31-year-old is active on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. She has even encouraged her Facebook followers to reach out to her through the Messenger app. Her posts are generally self-centric. But in the past, she has tweeted her support (or frustration) with various political figures.
For her official relaunch, Lohan decided to create a reality prank series called The Anti-Social Network, where she'll hack into the social media accounts of seemingly regular people and make them complete challenges in order to win money.
8 Rebel Wilson
Rebel Wilson didn't hold back her distaste for the Kardashians, bashing them and subsequently refusing to present at the MTV VMAs with Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Last year, she told Australian radio station KIIS FM, "I was asked to present at the latest VMAs with Kendall and Kylie and said no...They're famous for no talent. I said I'd do it myself. What they stand for is totally against what I stand for...Their rise to fame wasn't exactly admirable either." She also commented on how Kim Kardashian got famous on a s*x tape while she went to acting school and worked really hard to make it in showbiz.
However, the Pitch Perfect star should've stayed in her lane after making those statements on the Kardashians. But Rebel presented solo at the MTV VMAs dressed as a cop and even twerked with Nicki Minaj when she walked onstage to accept her award.
Rebel shouldn't have used her lame cop joke as a nod to the Black Lives Matter movement. It's one thing to use your privilege, but it's another to talk over the people who are going through it.
7 Justin Bieber
For a guy who had a phenomenon named after him, Justin Bieber is certainly hated in the social media world. He's a young guy who capitalized on his YouTube fame (thanks to his mother) and jumped into mainstream stardom. Now, he's very active on his social media accounts.
Bieber has empathy for black-and-white photos, paparazzi shots, and travel and workout videos on Instagram. Not that Instagram isn't a prime hub for selfies from celebrities and non-celebrities alike, but a little variety would be nice. Then again, he has posted photos of strangers without their consent, which isn't cool. It doesn't matter if he could see through their leggings or notice that their butt crack is out. It's still creepy, and he should just stop posting such photos of random females.
Bieber's tweets are very spontaneous. As for Snapchat, he's barely on there. At least he has less of an influence on his fans on one social media platform.
6 Snoop Dogg
Snoop Dogg was arguably one of the best rappers in the 1990's, but is actually irrelevant now. He has an unexpected friendship with cooking personality Martha Stewart. In 2008, the Long Beach rap legend appeared on Martha to compare preferred mashed potato techniques, and they've been friends ever since. In 2016, the duo began hosting a new cooking show on VH1 called Martha & Snoop's Dinner Party.
Many celebrities are known for a signature style, body part, or something they've done (or said). This can define them in a positive or a negative way. Some celebrities try to distance themselves from this particular trait, while others embrace it.
For example, Snoop Dogg. When you hear his name, it's synonymous with almost exclusively one thing—smoking weed. The 45-year-old has never been shy about his misconduct, but he's also never been known for being an outspoken person. His Snapchat story is so him. It's just video after video of him listening to music and smoking weed. Anyway, his Twitter isn't much different as it consists of photos of his face, videos of him talking, and the occasional meme.
5 Lea Michele
Aside from Glee, Lea Michele was known for her former relationship with her late costar, Cory Monteith, who died from a combination of heroin and alcohol in his room at the Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Lea made her Broadway debut in 1995 as a replacement in the role of Young Cosette in Les Misérables and later rose to prominence as Rachel Berry in Glee, where she met her then-boyfriend, Cory. Her character, Rachel, started off as a self-involved wannabe starlet who wouldn't stop to get to the top. As Glee progressed, Rachel evolved a bit, but continued to fall back into her self-righteous ways.
Here's an age-old question: Does art imitate life, or does life imitate art? It's often hard to tell, and there's no one who displays this better than Lea. As Glee came to an end, her social media presence began to skyrocket, and she capitalized on it, quickly becoming a naughtier version of her TV character. Her Instagram is full of photos of pouty faces, good vibes, and showing off her body, which is Kardashian-esque. Not to say that she hasn't earned the right to glamify herself, but let's be real. Everything she does comes across as fake.
4 Kanye West
It's been a sad creative decline for the once-great Kanye West, who has been married to Kim Kardashian since 2014. The couple share two children, North and Saint, and are currently expecting a third child from a surrogate.
The list wouldn't be complete without Yeezus. Even before he became Kim's husband, Kanye was one of the most controversial people on Twitter. Things haven't been looking so good for the rapper. We all go through hardships, but his issues seem to be self-inflicted. And instead of taking responsibility and adjusting his behavior, he lashes out publicly and blames everyone else for his shortcomings.
After his hospitalization in November of 2016, Kanye's social media presence has been sparse. Still, if you look back at his Twitter history, it's easy to see that he was screaming for attention due to his reported paranoia and depression. Hopefully, he got the attention he was looking for. Some of his notable tweets include the time he declared Bill Cosby's innocence on the growing amount of rape allegations, his attack on Wiz Khalifa for using the initials "KK" for a strain of weed, and when his ex-girlfriend, Amber Rose, called him out for a previous interest in the bedroom.
3 Kim Kardashian
As many of you already know, Kim Kardashian became famous because of a s*x tape with Ray J. Aside from Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim's social media presence is another interesting thing about her. Her show (and lifestyle) are the definitions of the hashtag #RichPeopleProblems as she and her family have mostly made their money by showing everyone how much money they have.
Whether you love or hate the Kardashians, you probably know the highlights of Kim's life over the last decade. She went from being Paris Hilton's assistant to an epitome of a socialite with a successful brand. But that doesn't mean that her endless, vain Instagram posts are less annoying.
Of course, she took a break from social media for a while, which has definitely brought her insufferable levels down a bit. In October of 2016, she was allegedly robbed of her jewelry in her Paris hotel room. As a result, the 36-year-old took some time off from her personal accounts and returned to Instagram in early 2017. Things haven't changed since then. She's just been flaunting her face and body.
2 Charlie Sheen
Actors have been known to go completely wild even while they're starring on a hit TV show. Charlie Sheen had a lot going on in his life in 2011. Things went drastically wrong during the eighth season of his CBS sitcom, Two and a Half Men. He went to rehab, was fired for negative comments he said about the show and its creator, and sued the network for wrongful termination.
Like some celebrities, Sheen decided that the best thing to do was lash out on Twitter. His tweets were erratic to say the least, and he soon became the subjects of a Comedy Central roast and the parody song "Charlie Wins Over Japan" by Rucka Rucka Ali. He eventually admitted his substance abuse issues and his struggles coping with his HIV diagnosis.
Fortunately, things have calmed down, but Sheen's Twitter presence is still weird. His tweets feature frequent unnecessary line breaks, ellipses, and a copyright symbol for images he doesn't own. Well, at least he appears to be doing better and resorts to cracking jokes rather than calling out other Twitter users.
1 Donald Trump
Donald Trump has always been a topic of discussion, even before he became the 45th president of the United States. The hotel mogul, reality show host, and all-around rich guy is best known for his tweets. He has tons of opinions, ranging from celebrity couples to political matters. He just really likes to tell people what they did wrong. Hence, the phrase "you're fired" used on The Apprentice.
Now, he's the POTUS, and Twitter is still his go-to platform. Trump is known for his vehement use of caps lock, exclamation points, and repulsive grammar. The latter has improved since he started tweeting from the Oval Office. But some of his cryptic tweets, like the "covfefe" one, don't make any sense.
Trump's tweets tend to offend people, and they're not just liberals. No one is safe from Trump. Not even world leaders, world organizations, domestic organizations, mass media, or even his own administration. So, if you're a thin-skinned person with power, you might want to be careful of what you say (or do). You'll never know who's in danger of getting fired.