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IN Celebrities ON 21 Aug, 2015
To err is human. Celebrities are sometimes treated as God or demigods.
Thanks to the present social media craze, we are lucky enough to get a peek in their normal human lives. In spite of their carefully managed Instagram and Twitter accounts they sometimes make mistakes and prove they are just like us.
A great post by them is shared by lakhs, but at the same time an ill-advised post travels even faster.
Here are some of the best ever celebrity social media mistakes.
Head of the family of undisputed social media queens, Kris Jenner did a silly-silly mistake by posting a heavily photo shopped picture with Gordon Ramsey just moments after posting the original one! What were you thinking lady!
She was arrested in 2010, not for being one of the most boring celebrity of all the times but for cocaine possession and the evidence was found in her expensive chanel purse. Although she claimed that the purse wasn't hers but her Instagram post from the same morning proved otherwise.
When you advocate a positive female body image as a part of your girl power stance you should make sure you follow it before photoshopping your own image. Look at the curtain below her right arm.
Beyonce, Kelly and Michelle.... Nobody knows where Michelle is, not even Beyonce who cut her out of a photo on the same day that Kelly posted to original.
Had a twitter spat with Justin Bieber the 'baby' star and accidentally posted his phone number as a tweet instead of messaging him privately. Apparently his phone must have stayed busy for days!
Irony being she was almost certainly drunk when she posted this. She is already famous for being a bit mad around the edges.
Well yes, at least she got it on her own.
The young rapper was with a fellow social media idiot Chris brown when he posted this. Unfortunate for both of them and fortunate for the police, the post had their location.
Her son Rocco was 13. No doubt this picture created troubles for the lady.
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