These Celebrities Are Hurt By Your Hateful Tweets

By: Josh Wolford - July 25, 2012

Twitter, even more so than Facebook or other forms of social media, allows celebrities the opportunity to interact with the general public in a genuinely real way. If you tweet @ a celeb, there’s a decent chance that you’ll get a reply (depending on who it is and how inundated they are with mentions). If the particular celebrity owns and operates their own accounts (instead of outsourcing the job), then you are actually having a conversation with the star. To many fans, it’s an exciting feeling.

But that, of course, is the good side of the open dialogue Twitter provides.

Naturally, there will be haters. And Twitter is the perfect place to go if, as one of the little people, you want to sh*t all over someone famous.

But just remember: You’re not just slinging vile venom at an avatar. There is a real person behind that Twitter account, and your tweets hurt them. Unless you’re Kenny Powers, in which case you may not really give a f*ck.

One of the best Jimmy Kimmel segments is back, as more celebrities read mean tweets about themselves. Part two sports an impressive cast of star like Katy Perry, Kristen Stewart, Danny McBride, Larry King, and Justin Bieber.

Check it out below:

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Josh WolfordJosh Wolford is a writer for WebProNews. He likes beer, Japanese food, and movies that make him feel weird afterward. Mostly beer. Follow him on Twitter: @joshgwolf Instagram: @joshgwolf Google+: Joshua Wolford StumbleUpon: joshgwolf

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  • zack

    That is funny…. Mean as hell but funny

  • cybill

    HAHAHA! XD i guess its true they are people too, but their reactions are hilarious!

  • Peachescartoon

    I am sorry that these celebrities cannot take the criticism and take it personally. Some are justified. Most of these celebrities are narcisitic. One of them is Katie Perry and another is Kim Kardashian. I have also come to dislike JLo too. Maybe if they showed something that they did which was worthwhile and productive rather than just producing publicity, maybe then people would respect them.