Being a celebrity often comes with a lot of online negativity in the form of subtweets and trolls. Sometimes, the person making the shady comment is another celeb, which leads to some pretty public drama. Here are some celebs called each other out for shady social media comments:
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Pink & Snooki
In 2022, Pink went on Instagram to call out Rolling Stone’s “The 25 Greatest Grammy Performances of All Time” article. She wrote that the magazine used to feature people like John Lennon and Muddy Waters. And Hunter S Thompson wrote political pieces for them, yet they put Tina Turner on their cover.
Then, she brought up Jersey Shore star Snooki Polizzi unprompted, and add up, “It’s really disappointing when a publication that used to be all about substance and authenticity sells out and starts only caring about style and revenue. That’s when Snooki became acceptable coverage. Give me a break.
Almost a year later, Pink’s comments about Snooki reappear recently, and Snooki finally saw them. On Twitter, Snooki said, “Omg I never saw this! Did Pink come after me? The fuckkkkk lol.”
Jojo Siwa & Justin Bieber
In 2018, JoJo Siwa posted a photo of her car on Instagram. The car was covered in pictures of her face.
Justin Bieber commented on his picture, “The shop that did her custom wrap reposted the picture, and then he left another comment “Burn It.”
And later on, Justin apologized to JoJo Siwa and wrote, I have nothing against you it was the car and the colors I did not like. I really hope you didn’t think it was malicious or spiteful.
She makes fun of the situation in 2022 on Tiktok with a picture of her car. Jojo mouthed trending audio from The Vampire Diaries, “Did I say stand there and look stupid? No, I said bun it.
Selena Gomez & Francia Raisa
Selena Gomez said in her 2022 documentary “My Mind And Me” that Taylor Swift is her “only friend in the industry.”
E! News posted a quote on Instagram about Selena Gomez’s kidney transplant, to which Francia Raisa, Selena’s kidney donor, friend, and fellow actor, replied “Interesting.”
And then in a TikTok someone else made about the situation, Selena left a comment apologizing for not mentioning every single person she knows.
Justin Bieber & Selena Gomez
In 2016, Justin Bieber posted a series of Instagram photos with his then-girlfriend Sofia Richie. In the captions, he warned fans that he would delete his account if they didn’t stop harassing her and comparing her to his ex Selena Gomez in the comments.
Selena commented on his picture and points out that if one can’t handle online hate, then one should stop posting pictures of their girlfriend. Selena thinks that the relationship should be special between the two people and not shared with the rest of the world. She believes that fans love and support the person before anyone else does.
Justin replied to Selena’s comment, “It’s funny to see people who used me for attention still trying to point the finger. Sad. All love…I’m not one for anyone receiving hate. I hope you can all be nice to one other and to my pals. And yes, I love my Beliebers.”
Louis Tomlinson, Naughty Boy & Zayn Malik
A little over a month after Zayn Malik’s departure from One Direction in 2015, producer Naughty Boy took to Twitter to share a filtered photo of the two of them together.
After that, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn’s former bandmate, tweeted, “Remember when you were 12 and you used to think those Mac effects on your photographs were awesome haha! People still do that now, it’s hilarious!”
After a bit of discussion between Louis and Naughty Boy, Zayn stepped in. “Remember when you had a life and quit criticizing mine,” he said in response to Louis.
Bella Thorne & Charlie Puth
Before Bella Thorne and Tyler Posey announced their split, photos of her spending time with Charlie Puth in Miami had already appeared online, leading people to question her fidelity.
In response to the situation, Charlie tweeted out saying that he couldn’t believe what he was reading. He continued no one should have to go through something like this, especially not when he’s in the middle of it.
Charlie continued, “I don’t know Tyler very well. But I do know that he should not be treated this way. She told me she wasn’t dating him anymore and this is all news to me.”
After rumors began to spread, Bella quickly took to Twitter to clear the air. She writes down in a tweet, “Ty and I are no longer together, and Charlie and I are only friends. The author of that piece wrote it many years ago.”
Nicki Minaj & Taylor Swift
After noticing the lack of nominations “Anaconda” received for the 2015 VMAs, Nicki Minaj took to Twitter to express her thoughts on the matter. According to Minaj, it seems as if Video of the Year nominations is only given to videos that “celebrate women with very slim bodies.”
In response to what she interpreted as a dig at her song “Bad Blood,” Taylor Swift replied, “I’ve done nothing but love & support you. You shouldn’t compare ladies to one another. She continued, Maybe one of the men took your slot.”
Nicki responded, saying “I didn’t say anything about you specifically. I’m just talking about racism in the media and the music industry in general. I still love you.”