We all know that through social media you can reach out to many millions with just a post update. And if the content is interesting or scandalous, it doesn’t take a lot of time for an update to go viral. So if you are not too careful about what you post online, get ready to be embarrassed and face some serious backlash from people. Come to think about it, it’s not that bad for us commoners. However, when it comes to celebrities, things really blow out of proportion.
So, if you are still not sure about how careful you should be while posting something on the internet, read on to know the blunders celebrities made on social media platforms to learn from their mistakes.
Kris Kardashian and Gordon Ramsay
If you are a Photoshop expert, sometimes you may want to tone it down a little and simply enjoy the moment.
Kris Kardashian's Post:
Gordon Ramsay's Post:
Kim Kardashian and Armani
If you love a brand or a celebrity and expect them to respond to your post, at least don’t get the spelling wrong.
Kim Kardashian's Tweet:
Why did Georgio Armani discontinue my favorite foundation??? I'm on my last bottle & everyone I know uses this!!! Please make it again!
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) June 14, 2015
@KimKardashian Dear Kim – let us know which one you need and we'll send it to you. And Mr. Armani's first name is Giorgio.
— Armani (@armani) June 15, 2015
Double check the picture you upload; you don’t want people to think you have a twisted mind or you are super naïve.
— Chris Moody (@moody) July 21, 2015
We are not trying to judge your parenting skills but always remember that a picture is worth a thousand words. And you don't want to end up explaining strangers that you are a good parent indeed.
A lot of people go looking for dates on the internet, but you end up sounding like a dodgy person when you hit on underage kids.
We all know how exciting it can be when you cross a huge milestone on social media. Try not combine your celebrations with a sensitive topic. Spread your posts out or else you will end up looking like an insensitive person.
I have nothing but the greatest admiration & respect for MLK. My last post was insensitive & I apologize to anyone who I offended. So sorry.
— Zac Efron (@ZacEfron) January 19, 2016
Your intentions might not be wrong, but all the uncles, aunties, and strangers on the internet might feel otherwise. So, really, think twice before you upload your pictures.
And if you feel like doing something toofani today and have decided to ask the internet to Photoshop your picture or create a meme on you, well, get ready to see the weirdest stuff.
— dan barker (@danbarker) November 10, 2014
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