15 Celebrities Who Constantly Get Dragged On Social Media
Most celebrities get tons of love and support from their online fan bases so we wonder how these 15 celebs who seemingly get no social media love — like ever — must feel. But considering most internet users have absolutely no chill, we’re sure it can’t be too great.
The social media dragging of Draya has been fueled by epic fails like her struggly Father’s Day breakfast, stiff twerk video, and attempted dig at Kim Kardashian’s “azz”. But at least our favorite (non)basketball wife of LA has a sense of humor about the whole thing. Right?
Chris Brown’s ultimate on-again off-again girlfriend Karreuche has been dragged through the social media streets for years. Case in point: last week’s #AskKarreuche failure.
Memes like this account for just some of the (hilarious) content floating around Iggy’s social media pages on the regular.
Lolo’s been clowned on social media for dissing Rihanna, comparing Rachel Jeantel to Madea, telling a fan to get her hair relaxed and for sitting approximately 200 miles from the stage at one of Beyonce’s On The Run tour stops and having the nerve to tweet about it.
If he’s not being clowned through hashtags like #drakethetype and #lightskinni$%asbelike he’s being clowned through memes like this:
Tamar Braxton’s similarities to Beyoncé have sparked some interesting social media commentary. Remember her Soul Train Awards performance outfit? …We know we do.
Michelle Williams’s social media experience can be summed up in one too often used hashtag: “#PoorMichelle”.
We know Mama Joyce is
a little way over the top when it comes to sticking her nose in Kandi’s relationships but did this social media user really need to blame her for the breakup of Xscape though?
King James may have a ton of people supporting his move back home to the Cavaliers but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been feeling the social media heat. Even from fellow celebs who’ve made it clear that they don’t support him or his choices… ahem, Snoop Dogg.
Keyshia Cole has criticized Beyoncé and Michelle, sparked a Twitter feud with a Houston stripper and revealed a few too many intimate details of her failed marriage with Daniel Gibson, but is all of that deserving of all the Twitter shade she endures?
Nene Leakes’ reign as Queen of RHOA may be questionable, but her regular wig struggles (which are constant fuel for Twitter clowning) are a certainty.
Stacey Dash gets no social media love thanks to her mostly ridiculous stances on everything from politics to Oprah to Kanye West being raped in jail. Yup.
Keri Hilson kissed her social media success goodbye in 2011 when she dissed Beyoncé at the Soul Train Music Awards. The lesson here? Come for King Bey and her 13.5 million strong Beyhive will come for you. Harder.
Azealia Banks has been so busy clapping back at her online haters we’ve forgotten why she’s even famous.