Clap Back: 6 Celebs Ready for Twitter Wars With Fans
Most celebrities love their fans, but in a social media-powered generation, the lines of respect can get blurred. Flip through to see which fame monsters don't hesitate to point our their followers and clap back. -- Kandice Lawson
Rihanna is the official Queen of Social Media Beef. One of the first incidents occurred when a fan tweeted, “I gotta admit, I lost a lot of respect for Rihanna…making a song with the dude who beat your face off is not a good look." RiRi quickly shot back with, “neither is your avi #clapback.” And that was only the first incident. See more here.
K. Michelle--known to throw anything she can get her hands on when disrespected--is also down to throw jabs via internet. The Memphis-bred singer is known for holding back nothing, whether friend, fan or foe. She told one fan, "Please GAWD find a purpose 4ur life, if not drink a shot of bleach!"
There’s no surprise here. Chris Brown used to off on fans and friends alike daily via Twitter and other social networks, before deleting his accounts. Brown posted a pic on Instagram, and when some of his female fans decided to express that he was “too skinny," Brown retaliated. “Half of yall b-tches is obese and fat as f-ck.”
Tyler, The Creator
At this point, nothing this brilliant hellion does amazes us. Tyler, whose Instagram account was recently deleted but reinstated, takes to social media to express his frustrations throughout the day and to occasionally go left on a fan.
Erykah is the latest of celebrities to clap back at fans who decide to dish out disrespect. A follower decided to voice her dissatisfaction with one of Badu’s recent performances and was met with a slight “sit yo window seat head ass down” request from Ms. Badu. The two continued to exchange cyber blows, with Badu emerging as the winner.
Oh, Keyshia. When will you learn? The opinionated star is constantly suiting up for war against Twitter followers.