You would think that when someone has millions of people looking up to them that they would treat their fans with the utmost respect. Well, that’s not exactly the case for some celebs who have treated some of their fans very poorly, and acted terribly while out in public.
Being the pop princess that she is, one would not expect Ariana Grande to be disrespectful, but man, has she been pretty rude. Grande has not only managed to alienate most of her fans, but a whole country when she made the comment of, “I hate Americans. I hate America” on the 4th of July 2015 in a Californian donut shop. She also licked a few pastries which she didn’t even purchase (and the evidence was caught on security camera)!
Ariana has since apologised over the whole 'donut fiasco' and takes full responsibility for her actions.
It isn’t much of a surprise that Justin made the list. He has been accused of spitting on fans from a balcony in Canada, 'mooning' fans at the historic Mayan ruins in Mexico, and even went as far as to desecrate on an Argentinian flag given to him by a fan. There are many more accusations of him mistreating people, such as videos of him being rude to fans, and telling people that he will no longer take photos with anyone unless it is a paid meet and greet as he “feels like a zoo animal” and “does not owe anyone a photo”. Alright, Bieber.
Gene Simmons: a bass player who dresses as a clown, and apparently has a very high opinion of himself too. Back in 2014 he spoke extremely disrespectfully about people with mental health issues when he said, "F**k you, then kill yourself. I never understand, because I always call them on their bluff. I'm the guy who says 'jump' when there's a guy on top of a building who says, 'that's it, I can't take it anymore. I'm going to jump’. Are you kidding? Why are you announcing it? Shut the f**k up, have some dignity and jump! You've got the crowd.” This was an atrocious and disgusting thing to say and offended many people around the world. Most radio stations stopped playing his music as a result of the statement.