These are turbulent times in which we live, and it can be difficult to find something to distract from what appears to be a constant stream of bad news. One thing that never disbelieves in my opinion is random celebrity beef.
User TikTok’s Boatflygirl bravely took its roots in the dramatic stories between the rich and the famous and we are mortals.
“Does anyone have such random celebrity beef?” she asked in one video, which has now been viewed nearly a million times – not counting viral responses.
Thankfully, the internet does. Let’s unpack some arguably best celebrity encounters, starting with that of the sailboat girl.
Boatflygirl vs. Bob Saget
“Bob Saget and I have been fighting since I was in seventh grade,”; she explained. “We never had a good relationship … always interfered with each other.”
In a follow-up video, she admitted that she “harassed him” in middle school by leaving weird comments on his Instagram, so he blocked her. He unblocked her after she asked him to do so properly.
A few years later, she said she met him in person and asked him to sign her phone. He said he had to “get in the car” and refused, though he continued to interact with others. When she got home, he stopped her.
She claims to have the whole thing on the video that she shared with her TikTok audience.
“I was just wondering if anyone else had a random celebrity enemy for whatever reason, my friend is mine, man,” said Boatflygirl, referring to the character “Full House ”by Saget.
Her story has opened up a string of malicious comments.
“2-3 times a year, I change Tyler Oakley’s height on Wikipedia to 5’0” and it drives him crazy. He had to let them raise the height of his page, “said one user.
“POV: You’re scrolling through the comments and people have been blocked by Drake Bell,” wrote another.
Things really heated up when users started sharing longer stories in their own TikTok videos.
Danblaxide vs. Sara Lee Bread
Danblaxide recalls the “one sided” beef dish he had with Sara Lee Bread.
In his video, in which he provided alleged screenshots of all the chats he discussed, he claimed that he had seen a hairline in one of the posts. posted on the brand’s Instagram.
He pointed it out in the comments, and the brand deflected it. He then took a screenshot calling attention to what appears to be a strand of hair, and Sara Lee’s account deleted the original photo.
Not long after, they re-uploaded the same photo with visibly blurred hair. Of course, that is not the end of everything.
Danblaxide’s brother began commenting on a post asking about hair. Sara Lee’s account also deleted those comments, and from there, it increased.
Danblaxide’s friends started commenting, saying things like, “So you guys just blurred hair like we didn’t notice?”
Surely, strangers started to visit and ask about the hair. In a follow-up post, Danblaxide stated that people are still asking about it to this day.
Stephen Glickman and Taylor Lautner
Stephen Kramer Glickman, whom you might know as stephenkglickman on TikTok or an actor who plays the eccentric record producer Gustavo on the TV show “Big Time Rush”, remembers a hilarious story. from the 2011 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, impressively completing the impressive Miley Cyrus.
“This is a true story about Taylor Lautner, so draw that in,” he said.
He explained that while backstage, Cyrus asked him to get her and her mother a whole bunch of scones. He happily served.
When he was full of small scones, he ran into Lautner.
“These are for Miley,” said Glickman.
“Absolutely,” replied Lautner bluffly, according to Glickman.
Older brother of Catalinaaacat and Leonardo DiCaprio
Catalinaacat shared an encounter that is believed to be her brother years ago.
“My brother pushed an A-list celebrity out of the elevator,” she said at the beginning of the story. Strong start!
She said her brother was part of Colin Powell’s security details during the Bush Administration period. While he was doing an event, a man tried to go to the elevator he was protecting.
“I’m sorry, do you know who I am?” the man asked her brother, according to the catalinaacat.
“Yes, Mr. Dicaprio,” replied her brother, before “calling” him out of the elevator.
Simple, but powerful.
Picklestreet vs. LeVar Burton and Pixar
TikTok Picklestreet user made a bold statement about one of America’s most beloved TV presenter.
“So I’m still putting all the evidence together, but I’m pretty sure in 1999, LeVar Burton stole my idea and sold it to Pixar,” he said.
Picklestreet explained in his video that at the age of 10, he wrote a book for the children’s book contest “Reading Rainbow”. It is called “Jumbo Adventures” and follows a clownfish lost in the ocean and chased by a shark.
Sadly, his book didn’t win the competition, but he was reminded of its existence when he saw the trailer for “Finding Nemo” in a movie theater. three years later. He found the parallels between his book and the movie a little too strange.
“Well LeVar, in the rush to put this in the big wig at Pixar, you missed out on some pretty prints – my copyrights from the publishing company I owned when I was 10 years old,” like in the video when he shows the copyright disclaimer written in pencil on one of the first pages. “You will hear from my lawyers.”
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