In 2018, DJ Khaled came under fire when he disclosed intimate details about his relationship with his wife. He said many eyebrow-raising things, one of which is that he believes that there are different rules for women and men in a relationship.
He went on to say that a woman should praise the man, the “king,” as he called it. The DJ’s selfish and sexist remarks were not received well by fans and fellow celebs alike. The music icon didn’t care; he has yet to give a formal apology or take back what he said.
Bad Boy Bieber
Justin Bieber has been the center of everyone's attention since he made his way onto the scene. Once best known for his iconic hairstyle, these days, he's more known for his attitude. The teen pop star has been reported using racial slurs, spitting on fans, and driving under the influence.
Throughout the years, he's done his best to clean up his act, and yet, somehow, his bad rep seems to follow him around. We wonder when he'll do enough damage control to clear his name for good.
Kevin James Has Zero Respect
Although he is known for his many lovable roles, Kevin James, on-screen and off-screen, is two different people. According to many sources, the actor does not respect non-A-Listers. When an excited fan reached out to shake the actor's hand, he swatted the hand away and turned away without saying a word.
When James finds out that someone on set is a security guard and not a fellow actor, he tells the guard to stay away from him. What about a little respect, huh?
Not So Funny Now, Is He?
Jonah Hill is perceived on-screen as one of the funniest guys in Hollywood. That being said, he ultimately lacks a sense of humor in his interviews. In a 2013 interview, the interviewer referred to Hill as Seth (Rogen), to which Hill responded, “No, I’m Jonah. That’s a great way to start.” He went on to call the interviewer's questions dumb and of little relevance.
That wasn't even the half of it. Years later, Ornella Fleury sat down with the actor, adding jokes relating to his latest film, to which the actor responded: “I’m glad I came on this show to get ridiculed by your local weather girl.”
Mel Gibson Is Saying All the Wrong Things
Mel Gibson has made a name for himself through both acting and directing. He used to be one of Hollywood's most prominent icons but has tarnished his reputation over the years by insulting various groups of people. During an arrest in 2006, Gibson burst into an angry rant and told the arresting office that Jews had caused "all the wars in the world."
He continued his tirade by calling the female cop sexist names. This was not the first of the award-winning actor's misogynistic remarks. In 1995, he said that he doesn't like feminists and that women and men are not equal.