6. Jim Carrey
After breaking up with Jenny McCarthy, Jim turned to Twitter to get his feelings out there. And a lot of his feelings turned out to be pretty weird, like this one:
“Breaking News!Jim Carrey’s ambassador to the world,is dead!He is survived by me,the actual Jim Carrey,who has opinions about stuff.”
Weird, right? And then he had that whole weird thing with Emma Stone, so I feel like there may even be more to come from him in this case.
7. Azealia Banks
Even though she identifies as bisexual herself, Azealia sure doesn’t have a problem with homophobic slurs. In fact, she uses them herself. Repeatedly.
“A faggot is not a homosexual male. A faggot is any male who acts like a female. There’s a BIG difference.”
Sigh. And there’s more where that came from.
8. Kanye West
He doesn’t seem to mind offending people, which is why I never saw coming the fact that Kanye would try so hard to stay in Ben Affleck‘s good graces, of all people. When Yeezy got into that weird fight with Jimmy Kimmel, he tweeted out the hashtag #NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK, and I have never gotten over it.
9. Perez Hilton
In 2009, after Perez Hilton claims he was assaulted by will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas, he turned to Twitter to document the incident. Y’know…instead of like, calling the police or something actually helpful like that.
Doesn’t anyone know the number for 911?
10. Lady Gaga
When Lady Gaga was being criticized in the media for being overweight, she reacted in the weirdest way possible, by retweeting headlines about herself like “LADY GAGA IS A REDUCTIVE MADONNA COPY! SHE’S OVER NOW! #WriteWhatUWant #SayWhatUWantBoutMe #ImNotSorry.”, satirically confirming the rumors. It was…super weird. Not that that should surprise you.