Even the rich and famous get fed up sometimes. It's understandable when big stars get annoyed with paparazzi in their faces or selfie requests, but you'd think they'd be a bit more patient when they have encounters with fans. Unfortunately, some famous people were apparently jerks even before they were famous. These are the rudest celebrities according to fans.
Another celebrity, Bonang Matheba, once enraged her admirers in a restaurant with a sweet-sounding yet insensitive comment to a fan.
Helena Sifa, a Twitter user, reported that she and her sister were dining at a restaurant when they observed Bonang Matheba seated nearby and requested for a photo, but she was told they had to finish their sweet meal first.
So they continued to have their meal. In certain cases, superstars deserve zero attention from the public because they're just plain uncool.
In the eyes of many, Loot Love is the meanest celebrity you'll ever meet, and her reputation with fans and the public alike is in tatters as a result.
We've seen a handful of celebrities be disrespectful to their followers in the last few months. TV personality Dineo Ranaka recently scolded a high school senior who asked for a dress contribution for her matric dance.
Alexis Carter, then 16, donned a bat-winged pantsuit for her prom in May 2014, drawing inspiration from Rihanna. As a return for making Carter the internet's laughingstock, Rihanna made Carter famous.
Rihanna began posting images of herself and Carter side-by-side on Twitter. The hashtag #PromBat gained traction when Rihanna retweeted "The Dark Thot Rises" as one of her favorite jokes.
Afterward, Carter informed Baltimore's Fox 45 News (via the Baltimore Sun) that she was extremely hurt. "Is it really necessary to criticize it when you were wearing the same thing? Pose changes, but the clothes remained unchanged. She doesn't care about her followers as much as she claims."
Christina Aguilera might be a vocal powerhouse, but rumor has it she hasn't always been nice to her fans. When she was a judge on The Voice, Aguilera scolded a contestant for not paying super close attention to her critiques and she repeatedly asked a male singer to take off his pants.
Her attitude reportedly doesn't stop when the fans are famous themselves. Actress Valerie Bertinelli said she once approached Aguilera to say, "Oh my God, I think you're a beautiful singer." But she claims Aguilera paid no attention and said, "'Yeah, whatever.''
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