Bad vibes, good vibes; when it comes to getting to know someone, sometimes it’s all about the vibes. Celebrities are no exception. After all, thanks to social media and press coverage, we get to see them almost daily. In this article, we’ve highlighted eight superstars that just couldn’t create the right vibes for almost all of us.
One Reddit user shared, “Sia. The weird control she has over the young dancer from her music videos. Apparently, she won’t let her (the dancer) have any other gigs.” Another user added, “Her entire movie about the autistic girl was SO terrible and weird.”
One user also commented, “Along with the fact that Maddie (the girl who played the autistic girl) is in a most likely predatory situation with her.”
2. Olivia Munn
Lisa Olivia Munn is a former television personality and actress from the United States. She relocated to Los Angeles after an internship at a Tulsa news station, where she began her professional career as a television host for the gaming network G4.
One user posted, “I don’t know if I even have a good explanation, but something about Olivia Munn is just off-putting to me.”
Another responded, “100% Must be all the “divorced” men she’s tried to pull. She’s got shameless energy and seems to put out this very fake, trying to be… humble persona.
“I used to feel bad for strongly disliking her based on a vibe, but after listening to her on Whitney Cumming’s podcast, it felt more justified. She had an unhealthy fascination with John Mulaney that she tried (and failed) to pull off as an attempt to be friends with both him and his wife. So it was safe to say I was unsurprised when that whole relationship whirlwind happened soon after he got out of rehab.”
Another Redditor commented, “Also Munn 100%. Made a career off being hot and ‘nerdy,’ IMO. Terrible actress.”
3. Christina Aguilera
One commenter shared her experience with the singer Christina Aguilera, “This isn’t a vibe; it is real. I met her at a meet and greet when I was ten years old because of my Make-A-Wish wish (Backstreet Boys weren’t available). I was a sick kid who looked very physically sick, and she took one look at me up and down and made an ‘ew’ face but quickly faked a smile for the camera. She’s a grade-A a**h**e. I should’ve just gone to Disneyland as most kids chose for their wish.”
Another user responded, “Would’ve been great if you said, ‘Sorry if I’m grossing you out, the Backstreet Boys weren’t available.’”
4. Wendy Williams
One Redditor posted, “After seeing a clip of her mocking Terry Crews for coming out publicly about being s***ally assaulted, I can’t believe she still gets views.”
Another user added, “I hate her, especially for talking bad about Terry Crews’ experience and so many other things she talks bad about.”
A user also commented, “She made a joke about an actress being pushed off a building to her death by an ex-boyfriend. The one time I’ve seen the crowd not mindlessly laugh at whatever she says.”
5. Mark Zuckerberg
One Redditor shared, “Can’t believe this isn’t near the top, but Mark Zuckerberg. I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but if someone told me he was a lizard man in a skin suit, I would just accept it as fact. Or a sentient lampshade. The guy is creepy as hell and just about the epitome of a psychopath. He managed to make a s****y website about rating girls’ appearances on his college campus into one of the most powerful mega corporations on earth.”
Another user posted, “Ya, dude seems like an AI robot.”
A third responded, “A beta model. Skynet wouldn’t want to be associated with him.”
“Came here to say this. That man is a walking embodiment of the uncanny valley,” another user commented.
Hmmm. Now we’re getting suspicious.
Gerald Earl Gillum, better known by his stage name G-Eazy, is a rapper from the US. These Things Happen, his debut major-label album, reached number three on the US Billboard 200.
A Redditor posted, “G-Eazy, super creepy dude. Kept hitting on my photographer even after she declined him multiple times and said she had a kid and a man. After he left, someone from his team gave her a hotel room key which she threw away. [He] is an overall a**h**e. Spit at me because I was filming his ‘wrong side.’ I should have walked off that job but didn’t. Really the only two celebrities I’ve encountered weren’t professional and kind.”
Another confirmed, “I heard from someone that at one of his concerts, his manager gave this girl and her friend a hotel room key to g-eazy’s room. Even after they said, they were underage.”
7. Steven Seagal
One user shared, “Steven Seagal… because everything he has said and done so far is creepy… and I’m sure it’s just the tip of the lard berg.”
“There’s a David Spade interview where Spade talks about Segal hosting SNL; Spade and the writers had to talk him through why his pitch for a skit of a woman coming into a Dr’s office for a r**e kit and the doctor then r**ing her wasn’t funny.” another user added.
8. Jeffree Star
One Redditor shared, “Jefree Star.” Another user then elaborated, “Couldn’t stand him when he was MySpace famous, and I can’t stand him now. I was so upset when he became a YouTube ‘beauty guru’. He’s been notoriously narcissistic, racist, and just plain awful.”
“Before he was famous on MySpace, he was famous on LiveJournal. People followed him from that platform over to MySpace, which is part of how he got such a big following right away. Oof, those were the days,” one user replied.
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