Famous people who almost or completely destroyed their career themselves in media… Watch the video to find out more…

In the past, celebrities enjoyed a little more privacy than they do now in the age of social media and the paparazzi. You would have to turn to magazines and newspapers as the best source of information for the most recent rumors, tacky paparazzi photos and all. If you wanted to know what Will Smith likes to eat for breakfast or what Lindsay Lohan drank on her wild night out with Paris Hilton, you’d have to turn to magazines and newspapers. Yes, there were a number of late-night talk shows and Saturday morning TV programs where we could follow our favorite celebrities, but these were mainly the polished, family-friendly versions. These days, all you have to do is search “Red Table Talk” on Facebook to find out what Will Smith had for breakfast or how his marriage to Jada Pinkett is doing. Or even better, tweet Selena Gomez directly to find out her thoughts on the Black Lives Matter campaign.

Vanessa Hudgens’ COVID confusion

With her breakthrough performance as Gabriella Montez in the Disney Channel original film “High School Musical,” Vanessa Hudgens gained fans all over the world. We clapped along when she and another teen hunk Zac Efron sang “We’re All in This Together.” Hudgens seems to be implying that we were all in this alone as the coronavirus outbreak swept the globe. Those of us who don’t neatly fit within the Generation Z box, at least. After President Trump recommended Americans to stay away from pubs, clubs, gyms, and pretty much everywhere crowds gathered, Hudgens appeared upset.

Social media was riled up by both what she said and how she said it. She complained on Instagram Live, “Even if everyone gets it, like sure, people are going to die, which is sad… but unavoidable.” In any case, you know you’ve succeeded when provocateur and journalist Piers Morgan attacks you in a lengthy MailOnline editorial for being a “selfish” millennial. One Twitter user predicted that Hudgens’ career would be over following the incident, but Hudgens apologized profusely to her astounding 43.4 million followers. But ever since, she has received the social media side-eye.

Kathy Griffin and the severed head protest art

Donald  Trump:  Love him or hate him, he is a purported millionaire who rose to become the head of the free world despite having no political training or experience at all. He actually possessed the keys to deactivate nuclear bombs! Enter actress and comedian Kathy Griffin, who is no stranger to shaking the table and poking fun at big-name people or addressing sensitive subjects. However, the social mediasphere turned against her when she held up a prop that resembled Trump’s severed head and attempted to pass off the stunt as some sort of protest art.

Trump claimed in a tweet that his son Barron, who is 11 years old, was particularly frightened by the graphic image. Griffin expressed his regret for the stunt and acknowledged that it was inappropriate. The Emmy winner lost her longtime position as host of “New Year’s Eve Live” on CNN. Even her co-host and buddy Anderson Cooper pulled away from her. Griffin received death threats, was placed on a blacklist, and even became the target of a Justice Department federal investigation. The “My Life on the D-List” actress also disclosed to the Irish Examiner that Interpol had placed her on their watch list.

Amanda Bynes’ unusual pick-up line

That girl in the late 1990s and early 2000s was Amanda Bynes. When Bynes got her very own sketch comedy series, “The Amanda Show,” she was just 12 years old. After landing parts opposite Colin Firth in “What a Girl Wants” and Channing Tatum in “She’s the Man,” things only got better. However, by 2012, the young woman who had been dubbed one of Teen People’s “25 Hottest Stars Under 25” was acting in a concerning manner. The celebrity made her acting retirement known and had a string of DWIs and collisions. As people began to express worries about Bynes’ health, the “What I Like About You” star steadfastly insisted she didn’t have a drinking problem. She even tweeted President Obama to get the officer who detained her fired.

She was tweeting about the ex-child star’s every thought and inclination. Who could ever forget her scandalous remark mocking the private parts of Canadian rap sensation Drake? She subsequently started wearing various wigs in public and got her cheeks pierced. Bynes continued to make odd claims in her tweets, including that Rihanna was attacked by Chris Brown because she was “ugly.” Her once-burgeoning career was in ruins, and she was shortly fired by her management team. Bynes’ bipolar affective disease was later made public, and her counsel refuted claims that she was misusing drugs or battled “drug addiction concerns.” She made a formal apology for her tweets.

Ashton Kutcher accidentally defends the indefensible

Ashton Kutcher, star of “That ’70s Show,” discovered the hard way that providing context before venting your wrath to millions of people on Twitter might help a lot. The once-glamourous career of Joseph Vincent Paterno as head coach of the Penn State Nittany Lions came to an end in disgrace in 2011. It was revealed that Paterno and a number of his assistants covered up the assistant coach Jerry Sandusky’s heinous crimes of child abuse. Their objectives were to save Penn State’s illustrious football program and stay out of legal trouble. But Kutcher, who appeared to be illiterate, reacted angrily when he saw a news report on television that Paterno had been rightfully fired. “How can Jo Pa be fired? I find that offensive as a fan of the Hawkeyes, the football team for the University of Iowa.”

Kutcher was hauled, I see. The “Two and a Half Men” actor soon went back and deleted the message after being pulled up, down, right, left, across, and back across Twitter. “Joe was sacked, and he fully retracts his previous tweet. lacked a complete story.” On his personal site, he continued to elaborate and apologise for his tweet. But sadly, the harm had already been done. Kutcher turned over his account to his management team because he was unable to handle the barrage of Twitter bullies coming at him.

James Franco’s creepy messages to a 17-year-old fan

James Franco was once Hollywood’s favorite. He received a Golden Globe nomination in 2002 for his depiction of James Dean, and in 2011, he and Anne Hathaway co-hosted the Academy Awards. Yes, hosting the Oscars wasn’t the most well-liked job in Oscar history, but at least he got to dress up like Marilyn Monroe. Despite receiving glowing reviews for movies like “Pineapple Express” and “127 Hours,” internet allegations of Franco’s improper behavior started to spread. Franco’s co-star in “Freaks and Geeks,” Busy Philipps, said in her memoir, “This Will Only Hurt a Little,” that he abused her physically while they were filming. In 2014, after he was discovered emailing a Scottish student named Lucy Clode, then 17 years old, the tide started to shift against Franco.

She tagged Franco in a selfie after seeing him act in “Of Mice and Men” on Broadway in New York, and he slipped into her direct messages. The actor received backlash for asking the young girl whether he should “get a place” for them even though the legal age of consent in New York is 17. Later on, he apologized on “Live with Kelly and Michael,” expressing my embarrassment to the hosts. I’m just a prime example of how tricky social media is.” Five women accused Franco of sexual misconduct in 2018, which he has denied.

Armie Hammer’s cannibal fantasies

Armie Hammer was destined for a part on the silver screen due to his well-looking good looks and his extensive family history, which includes singers and founders of film production companies. He received acclaim for his performances as Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss in David Fincher’s “The Social Network.” In “Call Me by Your Name,” Hammer earned an Oscar nod for his role as the dreamy Oliver alongside Timothée Chalamet. However, whispers about the “genuine” Armie Hammer were beginning to circulate. Hammer has been spotted “liking” a number of BDSM posts on his verified Twitter account. After a string of box office failures, a critical Buzzfeed article titled “Ten Long Years of Trying to Make Armie Hammer Happen” questioned whether his privilege as a “white male” gave him countless opportunities.

Early in 2021, an Instagram account exposed horrific texts Hammer had sent to several women while he was still wed to Elizabeth Chambers, the mother of his two children. Cannibalism, rape, and the “Birth of a Nation” actor’s passion of BDSM were all openly discussed. Additionally, fans observed that he was following certain BDSM hashtags like “knifeskills” and “shibari.” Hammer’s four-month girlfriend also came forward and accused him of branding her by inflicting his initial on her skin. The actor was accused of rape in March 2021 by a lady, a charge he vehemently denies. Hammer was forced to leave the movie “Shotgun Wedding” with Jennifer Lopez after his management firm fired him.

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