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Rosie O'Donnell: We're just making sure that the kids that voted for my nephew (Filmore) don't get cheated.
Mr. Garrison: HALF THE KIDS IN THE CLASS DIDN'T VOTE FOR YOUR NEPHEW! So what about them?! You don't give a crap about them because they're NOT ON YOUR SIDE! People like you preach tolerance and open-mindedness all the time, but when it comes to middle America, you think we're all evil and stupid country yokels who need your political enlightenment! Well, just because you're on TV doesn't mean you know CRAP about the government! Now get your ass back on first class and respect this class's right to MAKE UP THEIR OWN MINDS!
--Rosie O'Donnell and Mr. Garrison in the South Park episode "Trapper Keeper"

Amber Heard, one of the examples on this list.

Celebrities are people well known in the mainstream, ranging from Hollywood actors, producers, directors, singers, songwriters, authors, commentators, pundits, journalists, and athletes. However, not all celebrities have been known to do the right thing; whether they're liberal or conservative, it's been agreed that a lot of celebrities on both sides have made rather foolish choices. It has gotten even worse since the mid-to-late 2010s, as many celebrities sided with far-leftists or far-rights, radical left-wing or right-wing groups, and/or SJWs, have become very preachy over politics, have become obsessed with subjects they know nothing about and frequently insult and criticize Donald Trump or other political figures so much that it has become very annoying. Many of these celebrities even use social justice to disguise their own immoralities and thus are major hypocrites. Others may also support Trump, and/or claim to criticize SJWs and far-leftists, but they’re still bound to do things that will make you shake your head at them and show that they’re no better. The list ranges from slanderers (Wade Robson and James Safechuck), racists (Lea Michele), obsessive anti-SJWs (Alex Jones), to simply being a bully (Grey Griffin), being preachy over politics (Jamie Marchi), and being a downright crook (Bill Cosby). Down below are notable examples.

Remember, simply hating Trump and/or other conservatives (unless that is expressed in an irrational manner), being a leftist, doesn't necessarily mean a person can qualify for the list; in fact, some celebrities that denounce him are in the Celebsmarts list. In addition, soldiers, political activists, or politicians are not allowed due to not being actual celebrities (unless they have been involved in the professions listed in the first paragraph), but political pundits are still allowed. Mentions by celebrities don't necessarily make them actual celebrities. Supporting Cuties, Leaving Neverland, and/or #KickVic results in an instant add unless they stay civil about their stance. Also, if a celebrity apologies for their actions sincerely like Johnny Depp (who joked about assassinating Trump and that he lied for a living while at the Glastonbury Festival in 2017, though he apologized, and was sued for punching a crew member during a drunken tirade), then he/she/they should not be added to this list. Finally, you must add at least one source for every example (page examples notwithstanding); if you fail to provide one, said person will be removed from the list.

Examples

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  • Aaron Hernandez† (former NFL player): Murdered a person, which got him jail time.
  • Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic (creators of Teen Titans Go!): They can't handle any criticism and make episodes dedicated entirely to mocking both the critics and fans of the original show.
  • Adam Calhoun (social media personality and singer): Called the 2019 Sandy Hook Promise PSA “anti-gun propaganda” despite the fact that the PSA had nothing to do with promoting gun control. Claims to support freedom of speech and against people getting offended by everything, but as a hypocrite, he said that the opinions of those who are pro-choice “don’t fucking matter” and ranted on James Charles just for wearing makeup and even went as far as to mock those who aren’t bothered by Charles wearing makeup.
  • Adam Carolla (comedian): Has called Hawaiians “dumb”, “inbred”, and “retarded” who are among the “dumbest people we have” in a 2003 Loveline episode. In 2010, he told the Philippines to “get your shit together,” prompting significant outrage from the country’s population, to which he later apologized, but downplayed it by saying “nobody apologizes for anything.”
  • Adam Conover: Supports transgender surgery on children and doesn't believe women are naturally attracted to stronger and muscular men.
  • Adam Charles Goldberg (Simon Hayes from God Friended Me): Made fun of Rush Limbaugh following the latter's death.
  • Adam Hicks (actor from Zeke and Luther and Pair of Kings): Was arrested in Burbank, California along with his reported girlfriend, actress Danni Tamburro, on suspicion of armed robbery, He pleaded not guilty to counts of second-degree robbery and attempted second-degree robbery on July 10th, 2019.
  • Adam Johnson (footballer): Began communicating over social media with a 15-year-old female fan while his partner was pregnant. Was charged with three offenses of sexual activity with a child under 16 and one of child grooming, though Johnson was granted bail in order to say farewell to his infant daughter. He was released on March 22, 2019 after serving half of his sentence.
  • Adele (singer): Flipped off the UK audience at the 2012 BRIT Awards just because the person who aired the show cut off her speech when she won International Album Of The Year for her album “21”.
  • Al Jean (current Simpsons showrunner since 2001): Believed that Michael Jackson used the now-pulled Simpsons episode "Stark-Raving Dad" (which Jackson guest-starred in) to groom boys for sexual abuse.
  • Albert Brooks (Marlin from Finding Nemo): Has made a tweet comparing Jon Voight to John Wilkes Booth.
  • Alec Baldwin (actor): Assaulted a man just because the man parked in his usual parking spot. Claimed that all Republicans are "lying thieves".
  • Alejandro Saab (KaggyFilms): Claims to be respectful of other people's opinions, yet agrees with tweets that demonize conservatives.
  • Alex Da Silva (dancer): Was sentenced to 10 years in prison for raping and assaulting dance students and is also required to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
  • Alex Jones (host of InfoWars): Claimed that Julia from Sesame Street (who was made to represent children with autism) was made to “normalize“ vaccines and supports the claim that vaccines cause autism. Has falsely accused the Sandy Hook and Stoneman Douglas shootings as false flag operations. This prompted Leonardo Pozner (the father of one of the Sandy Hook shooting victims) to sue him for defamation.
  • Alex Moore (Flare from Fairy Tail): Compared anime piracy to colonization, gloated about geo-restrictions, advocated for old media to be lost forever, and completely dodged the point on Funimation inserting political dialogue from out of nowhere in their dubs all in one tweet. Supports #KickVic and is anti-GG.
  • Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart (The Chainsmokers): Threw a concert during the COVID-19 pandemic without any social distancing.
  • Alexander Mahan (YandereDev): Has his own page on Crappy Games Wiki.
  • Alice Wetterlund (comedian/actress): Falsely accused two producers she worked with of sexual misconduct.
  • Alison Brie (Annie Edison from Community and Unikitty from The LEGO Movie franchise): After the protests prompted recasting non-white characters, she redundantly apologized for voicing a Vietnamese character in Bojack Horseman and stated that she "applauds all those who stepped away from their voiceover roles in recent days" for being a different race than their respective characters.
  • Allen Ginsburg† (novelist): was a member of the pedophilia activist group NAMBLA.
  • Allison Mack (Chloe from Smallville): Started a sex cult that involved branding her victims. This revelation destroyed her career.
  • Ally Maynard: Claimed that "male hubris will kill us all faster than climate change".
  • Alyssa Anne Dayvault (makeup artist and Former YouTuber): Killed two newborn infants and was charged with two counts of homicide by child abuse.
  • Alyssa Milano: Personally drove people to the Georgia polling booths to try and get Jon Ossoff elected. When Ossoff lost, she stated that she wanted to puke.
  • Amanda Winn-Lee (Rei Ayanami from the ADV dub of Neon Genesis Evangelion, Yukiko Amagi and Ichiko Ohya from the Persona series): Has her own page
  • Amandla Stenberg: Complained that Kylie Jenner wearing cornrows is "cultural appropriation".
  • Amber Heard (Mera from Aquaman (2018)): Has her own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • America Ferrera (Betty Suarez from Ugly Betty, Astrid Hofferson from the How to Train Your Dragon franchise, and Amy Sosa from Superstore): Is the founder of the criticized Time’s Up campaign.
  • Amie Carter (YouTuber): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Amos Yee: Openly supports pedophilia, having made some social media posts, online videos, and a now-shut down Discord server showing support for it, which has led to him being banned on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Patreon, and was evicted from his Chicago apartment due to his host not wanting any issues from Child Protection Services. Has also faced legal charges of wounding religious feelings and falsely claimed that an ex-bailor of his had molested him and "violated him personally".
  • Amy Pascal (film executive and former chairwoman at Sony Pictures): Has her own page at Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Amy Schumer: Views Trump supporters as weak and misinformed people who "didn't even attempt information", as evidenced by a handful of her Instagram posts and this video by Lauren Chen (a.k.a. Roaming Millennial), specifically on the 3:01 time stamp. Participated in a Budlight commercial saying that "women don't get paid the same as men", which isn't true.
  • Amy Sequenzia: Accused the NRA of being a terrorist organization and for causing the Parkland shooting.
  • Ana Paula Almeida (former paquita of Xuxa): Faked her verbal aggression to falsely accuse her husband.
  • Andrew Bryniarski (Leatherface from the remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Zangief from the Street Fighter movie): Insensitively mocked the passing of Gunnar Hansen (the original actor of Leatherface) by saying “Boo Hoo” on Facebook on the day of his death simply because Hansen had criticized his performance. As a result, this caused significant outrage from fans of the TCM franchise, who Bryniarski would respond to by telling his critics to “suck Hansen’s dead nuts” and to go “suck a bag of black dicks” showing once again that he can’t handle criticism.
  • Andrew Garfield (Peter Parker/Spider-Man from The Amazing Spider-Man duology): Claims to be attracted to women, but open to impulses, then stated he was gay, but not the physical part, which is basically him pandering to the LGBT community. Politicized the Parkland School Shooting, stating that conservatives were willing to sacrifice children for the 2nd Amendment.
  • Andrew Johns (NRL player): Admitted to taking ecstasy regularly throughout his playing career. He made a racist remark about Queensland Indigenous player Greg Inglis during a bonding session as an assistant coach for New South Wales in the lead-up to Game II of State of Origin in 2010, which caused former Newcastle Knights teammate Timana Tahu (who himself is Indigenous on his mother's side) to withdraw in protest, with Johns being fired from his job. He propositioned a married woman who had three sons while he was drunk before passing out at the Toowoomba airport, which led to Nine Network dumping him as a panelist for the 2015 NRL Grand Final.
  • Andrew Kreisberg (former showrunner of the Arrowverse): Has been accused of sexual harassment by fifteen women and four men that worked with him.
  • Andy Dick: Was arrested for multiple crimes, including drug possession, sexual misconduct, and indecent exposure.
  • Anita Bryant (Christian singer): Was known for her anti-gay rights activism and running the infamous political coalition formed in 1977 "Save Our Children".
  • Anita Sarkeesian: Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Ann Deborah Fishman (director, co-producer, and writer of Swiped): When people gave out negative reviews on her film Swiped, she, along with several crew members who worked on the film, went online to call out, harass, and bully people who gave their film negative reviews, even going as far as to abuse YouTube's copyright system by flagging a number of negative video reviews on YouTube.
  • Anthony Atamanuik: Called Rush Limbaugh "a foul f*** rat who spread nothing but hate & terror throughout his career" following the latter's death. Also called Rush a "racist, misogynist, & homophobe."
  • Anthony Fantano (Internet music reviewer, also known as The Needle Drop and thatistheplan): Blindly defends Twitch Council's shady practices, telling those who criticize it to "shut the fuck up" and calling them "poor, stupid, and irrelevant". Attacked apolitical and middle leaning people for no good reason, calling all of their opinions "dumb, tired, and repetitive". Blamed Republicans for all of the deaths from COVID-19 in the United States. Claimed that the Democrats are "always fixing" problems caused by Republicans, yet hypocritically criticized them for passing the $1,400 stimulus check when it was originally going to be $2,000.
  • Anthony Kiedis (lead vocalist of Red Hot Chili Peppers): In his autobiography Scar Tissue, he confessed to knowingly having a sexual relationship with a 14 year old girl while he was 23 at the time.
  • Anthony Rapp: Mocked Rush Limbaugh following the latter's death.
  • Antonio Brown (footballer and rapper): Has several legal issues, such as injuring a fellow football player during a tangent, throwing furniture out of a window, which almost hit an infant, exceeding the speed limit on a suburban highway, accusations of domestic violence, several accusations of sexual assault, going on a tirade swearing at police officers, and has been charged with felony burglar of a vehicle, misdemeanor battery, and misdemeanor criminal mischief. Made a racist tweet that said “No more white woman 2020”.
  • Antoons (YouTuber): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Ariana Grande: (Singer, Cat Valentine from Victorious and Sam & Cat): Has said that she hated the United States of America and Americans while at a donut shop and even licked the donuts without paying for them. She later released a song along with Social House titled Boyfriend, taking shots at women in the music video, and cancelled her concert in Poland for dumb reasons. Responded to fans by making tweets like “fuck u, next”, among other things. Made an insensitive joke about JonBenet Ramsey, a 6-year old who was brutally murdered, by saying that she can't wait for Ramsey to be a new Halloween look. Refused to take part in the ice bucket charity challenge just because she didn't want to be seen barefaced.
  • Arielle Scarcella: (YouTuber): Bashed Elliot Page for coming out as transgender, stating that it’s a “loss for lesbians”.
  • Arin Hanson (Egoraptor; host of Game Grumps): Is Anti-Gamergate and defended Anita Sarkeesian and Zoë Quinn on Twitter. Also shown to be rude to his friends and treats fans of the Sonic the Hedgehog series like trash.
  • Art Spiegelman: Compared Donald Trump to Captain America's arch-nemesis and Marvel Comics Nazi supervillain Red Skull in an essay of his. This resulted in Marvel refusing to publish the essay if he didn't remove the reference, since the then-Marvel chairman was trying to stay apolitical at the time, leading to him submitting it to The Guardian instead.
  • Arthur Chu (columnist and former contestant of Jeopardy!): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Artimus Pyle (former drummer of Lynyrd Skynyrd): Was charged with attempted capital sexual battery and lewd assault on two girls in 1993. Although he initially denied the accusations, he eventually pleaded no contest in January 1994, leading to him being sentenced to probation.
  • Asao Kobayashi (former Super Sentai actor from Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan): Has been arrested for soliciting a high school girl from Aomori Prefecture and sexually assaulting her in an apartment on April 22, 2013, from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM; it was revealed that he had apparently taken photos of the assault incident, constituting production of child pornography and the crime of pedophilia, causing him to be re-arrested in June 2013.
  • Ashley Judd: Her "Nasty Woman" speech at the first Women's Rally is incredibly cringeworthy. Thankfully, it was joked about in this video.
  • Ashly Burch (Enid from O.K.K.O.: Let's Be Heroes, Tiny Tina from Borderlands): Accused violent video games of "toxifying masculinity", stating that "violent video games reinforce the stereotypical structures of what a man should be", which makes her a hypocrite because many video games she did voice acting for contain graphic amounts of violence.
  • Asia Argento (Yelena in xXX): Sexually assaulted Jimmy Bennett in 2013 when he was thirteen years old by getting him drunk at an hotel. Hypocritically, she later became one of the leaders of the #MeeToo movement due to her experiences with Harvey Weinstein and Rob Cohen and denied Bennett's claims. When Bennett finally demonstrated that he was telling the truth, she had her attorney say that the encounter did happen but that Bennett "sexually attacked" her.
  • Ata Berdiyev (former video game developer): Has his own page on Crappy Games Wiki.
  • Aubrey Huff (former MLB player): Has compared the COVID-19 pandemic, temporary lockdowns, and wearing masks to communism.
  • Austin Jones (YouTuber and musician): Was arrested for production of child pornography in 2017 and, upon his conviction in 2019, he was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for receipt of child pornography.
  • Avery Edison: Tweeted that "'So are you saying it’s impossible to lose weight? That there’s no hope?' People do lose weight and keep it off long-term, but they’re statistical anomalies. And there is hope: it’s called the fat acceptance movement.". Implied that it is difficult to tell men and pigs apart in this tweet.
  • Aya Hirano (Lucy Heartfilia from Fairy Tail): Insulted fans of both anime and Japanese voice actors, looking down on them as losers.
  • Ayumi Kuroiwa (former Production I. G. animator): Fired for tweeting sexually explicit art of Haikyu!! characters.
  • Azealia Banks (rapper): Posted several racists and homophobic tweets to Zayn Malik, which caused her to be banned from headlining a music festival in the UK and had her Twitter account banned. Insulted Lizzo for being fat and made several nasty comments to Megan Thee Stallion and Rico Nasty. Called Irish women “ugly” and “Oompa-Loompa like” while visiting Ireland.

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  • B.o.B. (Rapper): Has made a diss track against Neil deGrasse Tyson called “Flatline”, claiming that the Earth was flat. His song also contains anti-Semitic and anti-Masonic remarks.
  • Barbra Streisand: When Colorado passed Amendment 2, an Amendment in the Colorado state constitution forbidding homosexuals from being recognized as a protected class, Barbara lashed out not only to the politicians, but to Colorado's citizens, stating she would never visit the state again. This is one of the reasons Matt Stone and Trey Parker hate her so much that they made the South Park episode Mecha-Streisand. Supports Wade Robson and James Safechuck.
  • Barry Bonds: Has had some legal troubles, which includes involvement in the BALCO scandal, four counts of perjury, and one count of obstruction of justice.
  • Barry Humphries (Dame Edna Everage and Sir Les Patterson): Said that sex reassignment surgery is "self-mutilation" and accused Caitlyn Jenner of transitioning due to being a "publicity-seeking ratbag".
  • Ben Affleck (Bruce Wayne/Batman from the DCEU and Matt Murdoch/Daredevil): As shown in his interviews with Sam Harris, he gets easily offended and labels anyone as "racist" if they have different political views than his.
  • Ben Hoffman (Wheeler Walker Jr): Has told his fans to punch Nick Sandmann, the pro-life Catholic student in Washington D.C., in the nuts and send a video to get his autographed records in a tweet. Prior to this, he made inflammatory tweets about other country singers like Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, and others.
  • Ben Johnson (ice hockey player): Sexually assaulted two females, leading to him being sentenced to three years in prison.
  • Ben Kuchera (video game journalist): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Ben Stein (actor): Called Barack Obama “the most racist president there has ever been in America" while saying that Donald Trump had never made any racist statements.
  • Bette Midler: Following Rush Limbaugh's death, she joked about him going to hell on Twitter.
  • Beyoncé: Told her fans to harass and send death threats to Nicole Curran (the wife of Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob) after Curran attempted to talk to her husband Jay-Z, which shows that she’s sometimes too obsessive. Supports transgender surgery on children. The cover art for her single "Ring the Alarm" has alligators with their mouths taped and she even admitted that it was her idea to use the animal and tape their mouths shut, which is pretty much animal abuse.
  • Bhad Bhabie: Constantly harasses random people for no absolute reason whatsoever, such as when she started fights with WoahVicky and Lil Tay and fought with a passenger on a Spirt Airlines flight. Bashed a person for saying he doesn't like her music by making up excuses such as ¨she is white¨.
  • Big Joel: Is a supporter and defender of Anita Sarkeesian and Feminist Frequency, an example of which is in this video where he attempts to refute Sargon of Akkad's claims about Sarkeesian and Double Dragon.
  • Big Lurch (rapper): Is serving a life sentence for murdering 21-year-old roommate Tynisha Ysais and eating parts of her body in April 2002.
  • Bill Cosby: See sexual assault allegations on this wiki.
  • Bill Maher: Said he wants a recession so Trump can leave office[1]. Also insulted Stan Lee and claimed that comic books were "dumbing down" Americans into voting for Trump.
  • Bill Nye: Has his own page.
  • Bill O'Reilly (former Fox News host): Lost his job at Fox News as a result of sexual harassment lawsuits. Additionally, his daughter accused him of domestic violence. While he denied the accusation, he lost a bid for custody of both of his children in February 2016.
  • Billie Eilish (singer, sister of FINNEAS): Reshared a post on her Instagram story that said Trump supporters also support xenophobia, racism, homophobia, misogyny, sexual assault, ignorance, and fascism, despite the fact that there are many Trump supporters who openly denounced those things.
  • Billy Baldwin: Told Rush Limbaugh to enjoy hell in the wake of his death.
  • Billy Eichner: Following Rush Limbaugh's death, Billy called him a horrible person on Twitter and that "Rush would’ve loved all the hate-tweeting about him today. Hate was the BRAND.”
  • Billy Konchellah (former 800-meter runner): In 2005, a Rovaniemi court of appeals found Konchellah guilty of three sexual crimes (including two rapes) and a drug crime, one of his victims was under 16, which is the age of consent in Finland. Could face additional rape charges in Scotland after his release from prison in the summer of 2006 due to two women alleging that he raped them in 2003.
  • Billy Mitchell: Has his own page on Crappy Games Wiki.
  • Bob Barker (host of The Price is Right from 1972-2007): Had a three-year affair with then-Price model Dian Parkinson between 1989 and 1992 that ended with a nasty lawsuit.
  • Bob Camp (creative director and producer of The Ren & Stimpy Show, co-director of Robotboy (Seasons 3-4) and co-founder of Spümcø): Has his own page.
  • Bob Chipman (MovieBob): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Bob Hewitt (tennis player): was convicted in 2015 of rape and sexual assault of minors (girls he was coaching in the 1980s and 90s), He was sentenced to an effective six years in jail and was subsequently permanently expelled from the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
  • Bobby Fischer† (Chess Grandmaster and American World Chess Champion): Says that he was happy when 9/11 happened. He also disowned his Jewish heritage, stating that America was being controlled by "a farce controlled by dirty, hook-nosed, circumcised Jew bastards". On July 13, 2004, he got arrested for allegedly using a revoked US passport in Japan.
  • Bobby Shmurda: Arrested for murder, weapons possession, and reckless endangerment.
  • Boogie2988 (YouTuber): When fellow YouTuber KidBehindaCamera came under fire for being abusive to his nephews, he downplayed the controversy by making KidBehindaCamera look like he was the victim and not his nephews. Irresponsibly filmed himself while driving and crashed his car into a semi-truck, then blamed the semi-truck driver for causing the crash.
  • Brandon Marshall (NFL player): Is one of the NFL players who protested the national anthem by kneeling.
  • Brendan Blaber (JelloApocalypse): Tried to manipulate his fans into voting for Democrats during the midterm elections. Shortly after the 2020 Presidental Election, he encouraged his followers to treat Trump supporters like they're not humans, claiming that these people support racism, fascism, and the deaths of the poor and elderly.
  • Brett Ratner (director of the Rush Hour film series and X-Men: The Last Stand): Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Brian Drummond (Vegeta from the Ocean dub of Dragon Ball): Refused to accept a fan's gift after looking through said fan's timeline and getting offended by several posts the fan tweeted that he did not agree with.
  • Brianna Wu (designer of Revolution 60): Has her own page on Crappy Games Wiki.
  • Bridgette West (YouTuber and fiancé of Michael Green/KidBehindaCamera): Made an insensitive joke about the damage caused by Hurricane Florence and proceeded to call the people who criticized her for it “snowflakes”.
  • Brie Larson (Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Envy Adams from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and Mason Weaver from Kong: Skull Island): She said "I don’t need a 40-year-old white dude to tell me what didn’t work about A Wrinkle in Time. It wasn’t made for him! I want to know what it meant to women of colour, biracial women, to teen women of colour." Also complained about most of the movie critics being "overwhelmingly white male", which led to the review bombing of Captain Marvel. Claimed to have done her own stunts for Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame, yet she showed off her stunt doubles during the MTV Movie Awards. Signed an open letter to defund police departments in response to the George Floyd protests.
  • Brina Palencia (Minoru Mineta from My Hero Academia, Juvia from Fairy Tail): Blocked a lot of fans who were trying to convince her that Vic Mignogna was slandered after she stated that she was proud to be a friend of Monica Rial and Jamie Marchi. Got in a fight with a loyal fan who disagreed with her support of ObamaCare.
  • Brittney Johnson (Lovely Peaches): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Brittney Karbowski (Black Star from Soul Eater, Wendy Marvell from Fairy Tail, Mikoto Misaka from A Certain Magical Index and its spinoff, A Certain Scientific Railgun, and Yuri Nakamura in Angel Beats!): Supports #KickVic and also changed a line in the dub of To Love-Ru to add a pro-SJW line.
  • Brooks Heatherly (YouTuber): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Bruce Maxwell: The first MLB player to protest the national anthem. Made anti-cop statements during a drunken tirade.
  • Bryan Fuller: Celebrated Rush Limbaugh's death.
  • Bryan Le (RiceGum): Harassed multiple civilians when he visited Hong Kong. Promoted gambling to kids and when Ethen Klein called him out for it, RiceGum attacked Ethen’s wife, Hila, for no reason other than to spite Ethan by claiming that Ethan was depressed and that she was bored because of a war story involving her.
  • Bryan Singer (director, writer, and producer): Has his own page in Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Bryson Gray (musician and streamer): Said that anyone who considers Donald Trump’s reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic to be poor and that abortion should be covered under healthcare are “bad people”. Bashed conservatives who agree with liberals on certain viewpoints. Claimed that racism doesn’t exist, that Democrats are “defying god” and are “doing the devil’s work”, and that only the right cares for their county. Made a tweet smearing Barack Obama as a pedophile and made another tweet calling conservatives who dislike Kaitlin Bennett “soft” in addition to claiming that gen z conservatives don’t like her “because she isn’t a punk”. Said that people who don’t vote for Trump during the 2020 presidential election are “traitors”.
  • Bubba Wallace (professional NASCAR driver): Successfully lobbied NASCAR to ban the Confederate flag from any races. Continued to maintain that a pull-handle was a noose despite the FBI finding that there was no hate crime after the infamous noose incident.
  • Burnie Burns (co-founder/former CEO and CCO of Rooster Teeth): Blamed GamerGate on Trump becoming president.
  • Butch Hartman: Has his own page.

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  • Caito Potatoe (New Zealander makeup artist): Joined Ethan Klein in supporting Leaving Neverland by saying "Finally someone says it - there’s way too much evidence!! I really feel for the victims and to the ones who are to this day still too scared to reach out... y’all are sleeping on this" on Twitter.
  • Cameron Thor (actor and casting coach): Was sentenced to six years in prison for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl back in 2014, when he was found guilty in 2016.
  • Camilla Cabello (singer; former member of Fifth Harmony): Got extremely butthurt when her former band, Fifth Harmony, dissed her during the band's performance at the 2017 MTV Music Video Awards. Was exposed on Twitter for being racist and xenophobic on her old Tumblr account. To make matters worse, her boyfriend Shawn Mendes did similar things on Twitter back in August 2019. Used the n-word against her former Fifth Harmony bandmate Normani after private phone messages of hers were leaked and even told her fans to harass and bully her by sending her tweets of her being lynched just because Normani called Camila "quirky and cute" during a Q&A session.
  • Candace Owens (political commentator): Considers the Democratic Party “racist”. Highly publicly criticized celebrities expressing political views, but praised Kanye West for supporting Trump. Threw a Twitter fit over Harry Styles wearing a dress for Vogue, which started her feud with him.
  • Cara Delevingne (Enchantress from Suicide Squad): Has her own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Carice Van Houten (Melisandre from Game of Thrones): Accused the show's fans of being "entitled" and "ungrateful" for not liking the widely-criticized final season of the show.
  • Carlos Villagrán (Quico of El Chavo del Ocho): Has his own page.
  • Carrie Keranen (Alya from Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir): Endorsed Jamie Marchi's violent tweet about Vic Mignogna, in which Jamie wished harm and even death on Vic, and blocked a fan for supporting #IStandWithVic.
  • Casey Neistat (YouTuber): Stated that YouTubers who don't talk about politics deserve to be "called out" and criticized for it.
  • Chad Kroeger (lead vocalist/guitarist of Nickelback): Knocked someone unconscious just because they jokingly yelled "Nickelback sucks". The person who he knocked out wasn't even the person who yelled it.
  • Charles Coburn† (Alexander Gow from The Green Years): Was allegedly a member of the Citizens Council, a white supremacist organization opposing racial integration.
  • Charlie Adler (voice actor): Treated Nick Sandmann as arrogant in the face of an elder, even though it was denied in the courts.
  • Charlie Green III (YouTuber and oldest son of Angry Grandpa): Helped and/or participated in raping his sisters Jennifer and Kimberly when they were little, punched his sister-in-law Bridgette, threatened his brother Michael and even though Michael took pity of him, he repaid him by accusing Michael of having sex with his dog, Bridgette to have an incestuous relationship with her cousin and Angry Grandpa, his father no less, of being a child molester. He was subsequently disowned from his family after this.
  • Charlie Sheen: Posted a tweet in which he stated that he wants Trump to die.
  • Charlize Theron: Said she's going to raise her 7-year-old son as a transgender girl, who identified as trans in the first place.
  • Chelsea Handler: Referred to blacks holding conservative opinions as being "black white supremacists."
  • Chloe Dykstra (actress, model, and cosplayer): Claimed rape is a behavior that society has normalized.
  • Choi Jong Hoon: See Jung Joon-Young.
  • Chris Bellard (aka Young Maylay; rapper/voice actor of Carl Johnson from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas): When he got "disrespected" by Rockstar Games, he responded by throwing baseless insults at his fans and said that he had considered assaulting Michael Hollick, the voice actor of Grand Theft Auto IV's protagonist Niko Bellic. Believes the reason Rockstar "disrespected" him was because they're Trump supporters.
  • Chris Brown: Arrested for rape and drugs in Paris, assault with a deadly weapon, and most notably for beating up ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. Called Chvrches, a Scottish synth-pop group, a bunch of "losers" and wished death upon them.
  • Chris D’Elia (comedian, Alex Miller from Whitney and Henderson from You.): Received several sexual assault allegations from multiple underage girls. Though he denied the allegations, he was sharply criticized by coworkers Whitney Cummings and Penn Badgley, the former having revealed that he exhibited predatory behavior. Ironically, he has played child predators in the shows Workaholics and You.
  • Chris Evans (Steve Rogers/Captain America from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Johnny Storm/Human Torch from the 2000s Fantastic Four duology, Lucas Lee from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and Ransom Drysdale from Knives Out): Threatened to alienate half of the Avengers: Endgame audience to trash Donald Trump. To an extent, he launched a new political site.
  • Chris O'Donnell (actor/model; Dick Grayson/Robin from Batman Forever and Batman and Robin (1997) and G. Callen from NCIS: Los Angeles): Is a huge jerk in real life, and refers to anyone working with him as "lessers".
  • Chris Patton: Told a fan to unfollow him when bringing up the possibility of Kavanaugh being judged innocent. Also said that you can't be his fan and "stand in defense" of Kavanaugh or Donald Trump.
  • Chris Rager (Mr. Satan/Hercule from the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball Z): Supports #KickVic, recorded an audio clip in-character as Mr. Satan/Hercule bragging about his penis and regularly argues with #IStandWithVic supporters on Twitter.
  • Chris Savino (creator of The Loud House): Has his own page.
  • Christian Rub† (Gepetto in Disney's Pinocchio): Was a Nazi sympathizer who praised Adolf Hitler even during the Holocaust, leading the entire crew of Pinocchio to hate him as a result.
  • Christine Chandler (Chris-Chan): Has her own page on Crappy Games Wiki.
  • Christopher Robin Sabat (Vegeta, Yamcha, and Picclo from Dragon Ball Z, All Might from My Hero Academia, Kazuma Kuwabara from Yu Yu Hakusho, Alex Louis Armstrong from Fullmetal Alchemist, Roronoa Zoro in the Funimation dub of One Piece, and Yami Sukehiro from Black Clover): Has his own page.
  • Christopher Wehkamp (Shota Aizawa from My Hero Academia): Supports #KickVic and liked Alex Moore's aforementioned tweet, calling anyone who pirates anime "entitled scumbags."
  • Chuck Woolery (former game show host): Had a Twitter meltdown over Islam after the Boston Marathon bombing. Also stated that he was surprised when Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin had Jewish roots. This led to accusations of antisemitism since anti-Semites mostly believed that the Jews created communism.
  • Ciaran Strange (Lorelei from Borderlands 3): Supports #KickVic, mocks people who use the phrase "Get woke, go broke", and called all Republican voters "absolute f--king monsters". Said people who think it's okay for white people to narrate black stories are idiots and that people can just identify as "Antifa", disregarding the atrocities that the organization has committed. To add the cherry on top, he even labels himself as a "Proud NPC SJW", showing that he has no shame for his disparaging comments.
  • Claire Foy: Dislikes the term "strong women" for reasons explored in this article.
  • Clark Gable† (Rhett Butler in Gone with the Wind): Raped Loretta Young while filming Call of the Wild, impregnating her with his daughter Judy Lewis, which led Young to make it look that she had adopted Judy and lie that Judy was conceived through an affair.
  • Cleanprincegaming and Downward Thrust (YouTubers): Share their own page on Crappy Games Wiki.
  • Cliff Bleszinski (a.k.a. CliffyB): Made a Kotaku article where he defended Anita Sarkeesian.
  • Colin Kaepernick: Popularized "protesting" the National Anthem in the NFL by kneeling, wore socks detailing cops as pigs, and supported Fidel Castro by wearing a shirt to honor the dictator shortly after his death. Successfully got Nike to pull a shoe decorated with a Betsy Ross American flag, claiming the symbol was “offensive”.
  • Colson Baker (Machine Gun Kelly): Made several misogynistic and racist statements and tricked one of his friends into smoking a joint laced with pubic hair. Called Eminem’s daughter, Hailie, hot when he was 22 and she was 16, which led to him being banned from Eminem’s radio station. Criticized Eminem for dissing his man bun, yet has hypocritically dissed Eminem’s beard and believes he won the beef between him and Eminem.
  • Comethazine: threw a mic at a DJ for not being able to stop a song on one of his concert.
  • Conor McGregor (UFC fighter): Multiple legal issues, such as assaulting an SBG Ireland referee, injuring three fellow mixed martial artists by throwing a dolly through a bus window, and deliberately smashing a fan's phone.
  • Corey Feldman (Clark "Mouth" Devereaux from The Goonies, Teddy Duchamp from Stand by Me, Pete Fountaine from Gremlins, and Copper from The Fox and the Hound): Turned his back on Michael Jackson after watching the Leaving Neverland documentary after defending him for a long time. Recently accused Charlie Sheen of rape in "The Rape of 2 Coreys", which is propaganda. When music critic Anthony Fantano gave a negative review for Angelic 2 The Core, Corey Feldman banned Anthony Fantano from attending his concerts.
  • Corina Boettger (Sailor Tin Nyanko from Sailor Moon Sailor Stars, Terrible Tornado from One-Punch Man 2 and Paimon from Genshin Impact): Called fellow voice actor Todd Haberkorn a rapist even though he posted evidence proving his innocence beyond any doubt; and said that voice actors who are not black should not audition for black characters. The latter proves their hypocrisy as they is a white actress who has only ever voiced characters of Japanese descent. Called all conservatives "white supremacists" and "terrorists".
  • Cosmodore (YouTube critic): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Craig Gore (former writer of Law & Order: Organized Crime): Made threatening Facebook posts to light up looters and the curfew put in place in Los Angeles due to the protests against George Floyd's death. This resulted in him getting fired by series' creator Dick Wolf and Paradigm ending their relationship with him.
  • Cristela Alonzo (Cruz Ramirez from Cars 3): Celebrated Rush Limbaugh's death and hoped that "hell is him having to listen to every episode of his show”, then added insult to injury by stating that she was not sorry.
  • Cristina Valenzuela (Marinette from Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir, Killua from Hunter X Hunter, Darkness from Konosuba, current voice of Sailor Mars from the Sailor Moon franchise): In several instances, she blocked fans over differentiating opinions. For example, in one instance, she blocked a fan just for disagreeing with her stance on the second amendment, and in another, she blocked a fan for not agreeing with her support for the #MeToo Movement.
  • Curt Schilling (MLB commentator): Compared Bubba Wallace to Jussie Smollett by claiming that the noose incident was "all a lie". The backlash caused him to delete his Twitter account.
  • Cyndi Lauper (singer): Has likened Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler.

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  • D.C. Douglas: Has his own page.
  • D.W. Griffith† (director of The Birth of a Nation and Intolerance): Was racist towards African Americans and praised the Ku Klux Klan for their crusade against blacks. His film The Birth of a Nation portrayed the Ku Klux Klan as an heroic force and the African Americans as unintelligent and sexually aggresive. If that's not all, most African Americans in that film were white actors in blackface (something which would not be permitted today). He couldn't handle criticism when he was accused of glorifying the Klan and perpetuating racial stereotypes, so he made Intolerance to show that the intolerants were his critics.
  • DaddyOFive: Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Dado Dolabella (actor): He was arrested several times for not paying child support for his children and fought with João Gordo for breaking his table with an ax at Gordo a Go Go on MTV Brasil in 2003.
  • Dahee (former member of GLAM): Along with model Lee Ji-yeon, blackmailed actor Lee Byung-hun for 5 billion won in exchange for not releasing, on the internet, a compromising video of him making sexual jokes while drinking with them. She and Lee Ji-yeon were both arrested and sentenced to prison.
  • Dahvie Vanity (lead singer/current member of Blood on the Dancefloor): Raped a 14-year-old and became very abusive to Jayy Von Monroe during their time as a duo (not even letting him get medical help or medication he needed when he was sick). In addition, he also treats his fans like trash during concerts and bullied Jessi Slaughter by doxxing and harassing her, causing her to commit suicide on her 12th birthday.
  • Daisuke Namikawa (Toru Oikawa from Haikyu!!): Cheated on his wife with a teenage girl.
  • Daisy Ridley (Rey Palpatine/Skywalker from the Star Wars sequel trilogy and Cottontail Rabbit from Peter Rabbit (2018) and Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway): Claimed that Rey being called a Mary Sue is sexist due to being "a woman's name".
  • Dale Earnhardt, Jr. (2-time Daytona 500 winner, retired NASCAR driver): Defended NASCAR drivers' "right to protest" after a couple of NASCAR team owners (Richard Petty and Richard Childress) threatened to fire anyone who kneeled for the national anthem.
  • Daman Mills (Freiza from the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball Super): At one point, he was excited about Vic Mignogna being an ADR director, then he quickly turned on Vic after the allegations came to light, saying that Vic was acting like a creep towards him without any evidence to back the claim up. Hypocritically, he has a history of stalking people who were heading home from work. Said Vic Mignogna "physically makes him sick" after Vic was simply trying to lighten the mood during dark times by saying "Broly doesn't fear COVID" as a joke.
  • Damon Wayans (creator and star of My Wife and Kids): Called Bill Cosby's victims "unrapeable" and defended Cosby, despite the sexual abuse charges against him.
  • Dan Olson (Internet vlogger and former content creator of Channel Awesome): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Dan Reed (director): Made Leaving Neverland along with Wade Robson and James Safechuck. He compared Michael Jackson to Ted Bundy and Adolf Hitler.
  • Dane Cook (comedian): Along with Patton Oswalt, he called James Rolfe a "moron" for choosing not to see the Ghostbusters reboot.
  • Daniel Keem (Killer Keemstar): Has his own page.
  • Danny Glover: Supported Nicolas Maduro and the Bolivarian government during the Venezuelan crisis, a time when support for the said government was at an all-time low.
  • Danny Ledonne (film director and former video game designer): Made the role-playing video game Super Columbine Massacre RPG! because he was bullied when he was in school much like Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, even though the game triviliazes the actions of the killers and is insulting to the victims of the massacre.
  • Darren Aronofsky (Director of Requiem for a Dream and Black Swan): Reacted very negatively to Cinemascore giving an F on mother!: "How if you walk out of this movie are you not going to give it an 'F'? ... We wanted to make a punk movie and come at you. And the reason I wanted to come is because I was very sad and I had a lot of anguish and I wanted to express it."
  • Dave Broome (co-creator of The Biggest Loser and executive producer of The Briefcase): When The Briefcase got negative reviews, he responded by saying that critics of the show are misrepresenting it, showing that he could not take criticism.
  • Dave Daubenmire: Defended Westboro Baptist Church and pastor Terry Jones by claiming that Christians have no right to criticize them on the grounds that "God might have told them to do such things". This resulted in some of those who commented on the video where he defended them condemning him since he was basically trying to justify their wrongdoings.
  • Dave Rubin (comedian and host of The Rubin Report): Slammed Sesame Street’s anti-racism speech to children, calling it an act of “brainwashing“ and “child abuse”. Said it is a “silly notion” to trust scientists because “there are evil scientists in the world”.
  • David Cross (Zero from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas): Joked about beating Donald Trump to a bloody pulp and urinating and defecating on him. Insulted how Rush Limbaugh died from lung cancer by saying "cancer killed the cancer"
  • David Schwimmer (Ross Geller from Friends): Stated that he is "very aware" of his "privilege as a heterosexual white male" and wanted to reboot ''Friends'' with an all-African or all-Asian cast to "remedy" criticisms that the show received.
  • David Silverstone ("Rose Twitter" member): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • David Sobolov (Drax from the Guardians of the Galaxy, Upgrade from the Ben 10 reboot, Shockwave from Transformers Prime, and Blitzwing from Bumblebee): Encouraged Steve Blum to call the police on his neighbors simply for having a small Christmas party during the COVID-19 pandemic, even though the neighbors were following California's state-imposed gathering regulations.
  • Dawn M. Bennett (Kale from Dragon Ball Super, Elm from RWBY, Frederica from RE:Zero): Claimed that she was not disrespecting other people's opinions after she told people to unfollow her if they voted for Trump and basically called them racist, homophobic, and misogynistic.
  • Debra Messing: Praised her own son for kneeling during the national anthem.
  • DeiGamer (Argentinan Internet personality): Asked a 14-year-old girl for porn photos of her and also sent perverted messages to her.
  • Deji (YouTuber): Faked having COVID-19 for views. When many people, including his brother KSI, called him out for his lies, he refused to apologize and proceeded to call the people who criticized him "disgusting". When his main channel got a strike from an old video of his, he played the race card by falsely accusing YouTube of having favoritism towards certain races.
  • Demi Lovato (Singer, Sonny Munroe from Sonny with a Chance): Sexually assaulted her bodyguard as a joke by hiring a sex worker to walk into his hotel room without his permission. Believes that gender reveal parties are transphobic.
  • Dennis Rodman: Is close friends with and has praised the infamous North Korean dictator, Kim-Jong Un.
  • Derek Savage (director of Cool Cat Saves the Kids): Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Devin Faraci (founder of Birth, Movies and Death and Cinema Sanghra): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Devon Bostick (Rodrick Heffley from the Diary of a Wimpy Kid film series, and Sliver from Okja): Told Trump Supporters that he thinks they are "less of a man for choosing bigotry over basic human rights" and called them snowflake❄️ in the wake of Joe Biden's victory.
  • Diane Warren: After Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, Diane called him a "bitch" on Twitter and told him to "have fun in prison!!"
  • DIEGO MEXIV3RG4S (Mexican Internet personality): Criticizes most YouTubers by making false claims about them, constantly mocking them, lying about their sexual orientations and insulting their fans. He even helped to start a controversy surrounding HolaSoyGermán by claiming that Germán Garmedia used bots to reach the 10,000,000 subscribers.
  • Dinesh D'Souza (director): Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • DJ Khaled (music producer): Threatened to sue Billboard just because his album, Father of Asahd, only reached number 2 in album sales.
  • Doja Cat (rapper): Called out Anthony Fantano all for giving her album "Hot Pink" a 4/10, Made a song called "Dindu Nuffin" (which is a racist slur to black people).
  • Don Burke: When he was accused of sexual harassment, he blamed it on having self-diagnosed Asperger's syndrome, which led to many in the autism community calling him out for it.
  • Don Cheadle (War Machine from the MCU): Cheadle childishly retweeted a post from Max Boot that said exactly this: "Tucker Carlson is living proof that xenophobia and bigotry have become dangerous to this country" and Cheadle stated "And when weren't they...? I guess you mean Trump has made it cool for people to openly display all of it (Xenophobia) in its full glory again... (That's the "again" in #maga pretty sure)..." Has also said Donald Trump "is the most frightening human being on the planet right now" on Twitter. He also stated that he wanted to kill Donald Trump with the Infinity Gauntlet.
  • Don Cherry (Canadian sports commentator): Called climate change believers “cuckaloos”.
  • Donald Glover (Childish Gambino; Troy Barnes from Community, Lando Calrissian from Solo: A Star Wars Story, and Aaron Davis from Spider-Man: Homecoming): He admitted that he is happy about the fact that Trump will die one day.
  • Donna Simpson (the Internet celebrity): Supports the fat acceptance movement and has ridiculed "people who feel guilty about eating" as "hilarious".
  • Doug Hutchison (actor): married then 16-year old Courtney Stodden in 2011.
  • Drake (singer): Dropped his song "Don't Matter to Me" (which featured posthumous vocal work from Michael Jackson) from his tour in the UK due to the Leaving Neverland documentary. In 2018, he had a relationship with Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown (who was 14 at the time while Drake was 32) and kissed a 17-year-old girl.
  • Dred Foxx (PaRappa from the PaRappa the Rapper): Scammed his fans after a fan wanted to ask Dred if he can voice PaRappa in a fan-made animation, and even blocked the fan that was so concerned about the scam that happened
  • Dwight Schultz (Murdock from The A-Team and Mung Daal from Chowder): Is extremely defensive of Donald Trump and has been critical of both Democrats and Republicans who criticize the president.

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  • Ech0Chamber (Countryhumans artist): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Edarem† (host of Uncle Ed's All Night Live): Had sexual contact with a 14-year-old in 1984, which resulted in his imprisonment for 18 months and 10 years of probation. Was also sentenced to five years in prison for violating his probation order in 2010.
  • Eddie Fontaine† (actor and singer who guest-starred in Happy Days and Sisters): Was tried and convicted in a murder-for-hire case in 1984. Was also previously convicted of child molestation and grand larceny.
  • Eden Riegel: Told a fan to "f--- right off" after disagreeing with her about Brett Kavanaugh.
  • Eden Sher (Sue Heck from The Middle and Star Butterfly from Star Vs The Forces Of Evil): Wished The Middle got more political in response to Donald Trump.
  • Edgar Allan Poe† (author of The Raven and The Tell-Tale Heart): Was a pedophile who married his cousin, Virginia Eliza Clemm (who was only 13 years old; Poe and Clemm got engaged when the latter was seven), in a case of incest.
  • Edir Macedo (bishop and RecordTV's owner): Has his own page.
  • EDP445 (YouTube vlogger): Has been seriously accused of texting erotic messages to minors and grooming them.
  • Edward Furlong (John Connor in Terminator 2:Judgement Day): Was given three years probation for violating a civil protective order, and in 2013, he was also sentenced to 180 days in jail for a violation of probation. He was arrested again the same year, but avoided a jail sentence after agreeing to go to rehab for drug addiction, as well as undergo 52 weeks of domestic violence counseling.
  • Elizabeth Banks (Effie Trinket from The Hunger Games film series, Betty Brant from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, Gail Abernathy-McKadden from the Pitch Perfect trilogy, Wyldstyle from The Lego Movie franchise/director of the 2019 reboot of Charlie's Angels and Pitch Perfect 2, host of the 2019 revival of Press Your Luck): Blamed men for the failure of the 2019 Charlie's Angels reboot, when, in reality, that was not the case. She said that comic book/superhero movies are a male-dominated genre and are only used to set up event films like Justice League and Avengers: Endgame.
  • Ellen DeGeneres (talk show host, Dory from Finding Nemo and Finding Dory): Said Donald Trump is "too dangerous" to be on her show, yet is friends with George W. Bush (another Republican). Also supports the After Neverland program.
  • Elliot Page (Juno MacGuff from Juno): Blasted Chris Pratt over the church he goes to and the fact that he's a Christian, saying it was anti-LGBT.
  • Emile Hirsch (Into the Wild actor): Was charged with aggravated assault and sentenced to 15 days in jail after he choked a female movie executive at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. He pled guilty to the charges and was also ordered to pay a $4,750 fine and perform 50 hours of community service.
  • Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones): Supports the #MeToo movement. Dislikes the term "strong woman", telling those who use it to "find another adjective damn it".
  • Emily Neves (Kanade Tachibana from Angel Beats, Eri from My Hero Academia, Umaru Doma from Himouto! Umaru-chan, Chelsea from Akame ga Kill): Overly political and called anime fans Animenazis just for politely asking her to talk less about politics on Twitter. Is also a #KickVic supporter, even calling Monica Rial an "inspiration".
  • Emma Watson (Hermione from Harry Potter): Used Alan Rickman's death to promote feminism. Formed the controversial HeForShe program.
  • Eric McCormack: He, alongside fellow Will & Grace star Debra Messing, called for Hollywood to blacklist anyone who attended a Trump fundraiser.
  • Eric Naposki (former professional football player): Shot Bill McLaughlin dead so that the latter's girlfriend, Nanette Johnston (whom Naposki was romantically linked to at the time), could collect his life insurance. He is currently serving a life sentence without parole because of this crime.
  • Eric Vale (Future Trunks from Dragon Ball, Tomura Shigaraki from My Hero Academia, Yuki Sohma from Fruits Basket, and America from Hetalia): Insulted and then blocked a fan, calling him a "misogynistic racist" for disagreeing with his opinion on Barack Obama, then deleted all of their comments. Said most of the people who are disappointed about not being with their family on Thanksgiving during the Corovirus pandemic are "everyone's Aunt Karen and Uncle Racist". Made fun of Rush Limbaugh's death and blocked everyone that told him it was wrong to do so.
  • Ernest W. Adams (founder of the International Game Developers Association): Has his own page on Crappy Games Wiki.
  • Erykah Badu (singer): Has supported R. Kelly and Bill Cosby despite both of them committing sexual crimes. She also defended Adolf Hitler.
  • Ethan Embry: Told his followers to read the responses to Rush Limbaugh's death if "you need a lesson on how influential white supremacy is in America".
  • Ethan Klein: Supports the Leaving Neverland documentary, labeled Michael Jackson as a child molester, praised Oprah Winfrey’s approach on the topic, and called the backlash against Oprah, Wade Robson, and James Safechuck “horrifying”. He is also known for starting social media drama with Keemstar, LeafyIsHere, and James Charles.
  • Eva Longoria: Compared Donald Trump to Hitler.
  • Evan Chandler† (screenwriter and dentist): Abused and nearly killed his son Jordan for not testifying against Michael Jackson and recorded an audiotape explaining on how he can wrench Michael Jackson's legacy.
  • Evan Rachel Wood (Queen Iduna from Frozen 2): In the wake of the plane crash that killed famed basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna, Evan called Bryant a 'rapist'. This completely backfired to the point where she was not only forced to delete this tweet, but her entire Twitter account as well.
  • Ewan McGregor (Obi-Wan Kenobi from the Star Wars prequel trilogy): Stated the only reason he chose to participate in Birds of Prey was because it is a "feminist film". He then claimed that the movie is subtle about how wrong misogyny and "mansplaining" is.
  • Ezra Miller (The Flash from the DC Extended Universe and Credence Barebone in the Fantastic Beasts film series): Was caught choking a fan of his on video.

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  • Fabian Wagner (Cinematographer of Game of Thrones): Dismissed criticisms that the lighting in some episodes was too dark and falsely accused the people complaining of either having eyesight problems or having the brightness on their TV turned down too much.
  • Famke Janssen: After being rejected from reprising her role as Phoenix in X-Men Apocalypse, she complained that Hollywood is sexist to older women.
  • FaZe Banks (YouTuber): Agreed with Ethan Klein's support on Leaving Neverland in his now-deleted tweet. Has been accused of trashing a hotel room in Las Vegas, causing more than $30,000 (£26,000) in property damage.
  • Federico Lucia (Fedez): Made offensive and childish diss tracks towards Marracash and Che Pequeno.
  • Felicity Huffman (Lynette Scavo from Desperate Housewives): In 2019, she paid a $15,000 bribe, disguised as a charitable donation, to have someone take the SAT in her daughter's place. She was then sentenced to 14 days in jail, one year of supervised release, fined $30,000, and ordered to undertake 250 hours of community service.
  • Ferdian Paleka (Indonesian YouTuber): Committed a cruel transphobic prank on a homeless transwoman handing out boxes of rubbish and ended up in jail for 12 years. He also made an "apology" video, where he apologized and then said "psyche!".
  • Fine Brothers (Rafi and Benny): Tried to copyright the term 'react' for their React World series and put copyright claims on other peoples' videos that contained their footage. This backfired heavily and, as a result, the Fine Brothers discontinued and removed React World from their agenda.
  • FINNEAS (singer, brother of Billie Ellish): Same with his sister Billie Ellish, he slammed Trump supporters as pro xenophobia, racism, homophobia, misogyny, sexual assault, ignorance, and fascism. Not only that, but he has mocked apoliticals and people who view Biden as being just as bad as Trump in his Instagram story. Believes the term “master bedroom” is racist. Has reshared a tweet that encouraged people with pro-Trump parents to commit gerrymandering by throwing out mail ballots that were for Trump or to drive their parents away from voting stations, made a jab at Melanie Martinez in an interview by saying that her fans shouldn't wait 4 years for their favourite singer to release something despite the fact that she was making a movie at the time and that it was her first time doing so.
  • Frank Cho: Labeled ComicsGate as an alt-right hate group, which earned him criticism from the pro-ComicsGate crowd that once defended him, including Douglas Ernst.
  • Fred Durst (Limp Bizkit vocalist): Called Vladimir Putin "a great guy with clear moral principles and a nice person." This resulted in Ukraine banning him from entering the country for five years in 2015.

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  • Gaahl: Tortured and beat a man to near death, then forced him to drink leftover blood. Tried to take Gorgoroth away from founder Infernus.
  • Gail Simone (comic Book writer): Went on a Twitter rampage after the failure of Birds of Prey, praising social justice and insulting men. The reason she did this though was because she would have gotten a huge royalty check if the film had been successful.
  • Gary Coleman†: Was involved in multiple legal issues, such as suing his own parents, disorderly conduct, domestic abuse, and purposefully running over a fan of his.
  • Gary Glitter: Was found guilty of possessing child pornography and was subsequently arrested in 1997. He tried to get away by going to Vietnam and molested Vietnamese girls and he was yet again arrested in 2012 when he was found guilty of child sexual abuse, and in 2015, was revealed to have attempted rape on a minor as young as 13.
  • geminioffical (TikTok star): Has tried to persuade 15-year-old girls to have sex with him. When he was called out for it, he made an “apology” video where he just gaslighted and victimized himself.
  • Gene Simmons (KISS frontman and bassist): Has encouraged people who plan to commit suicide via jumping off a building to “go ahead and jump” and that telling people that you are about to jump “is a loss of dignity”. Has complained about celebrities getting political, yet has hypocritically expressed his political views multiple times.
  • George Alan O'Dowd (Boy George): Has had some legal troubles during his career, including cocaine possession and false reporting of a burglary, a court case with Kirk Brandon that ended with George paying £20,000 in legal fees to Brandon after the latter declared bankruptcy, and the assault and false imprisonment of Norwegian model and male escort Audun Carlsen.
  • George Clooney: Often talks about open borders while hypocritically leaving Italy during the migrant crisis. His movie Suburbicon is basically a movie blasting "white privilege."
  • George Lopez: Simulated peeing on Donald Trump’s star on the Walk of Fame, told him to give a chance to ‘suck his ass’, and was charged for an altercation caught on tape at a Hooters restaurant.
  • Germaine Greer (writer and academic): Is transphobic and controversially compared transgender women to Cocker Spaniels by saying that "lopping off their dicks and putting on dresses" don't make them women just as she would not become a f*cking Cocker Spaniel if she gets long ears, liver spots and a brown coat.
  • Gerry Conway (comic book writer): Blamed the failure of ''Birds of Prey'' on young men, claiming that they didn't want to see the movie because of Harley Quinn's new design.
  • Ghastly (DJ and EDM Producer): Played a live show at a nightclub in Florida without any social distancing.
  • Gina Carano (Cara Dune from The Mandalorian): Has made several controversial and offensive statements on Twitter, such as mocking people for wearing face-masks and supporting the rioters responsible for the assaults during the 2021 Capitol storming, which led to her being fired by Lucasfilm and also led to a planned spin-off starring Cara Dune to be cancelled, as well as causing her to get dropped from her talent agency UTA.
  • Globelamp (Elizabeth Le Fey) (singer): Falsely accused her ex-boyfriend of assaulting her when it turned out she was the abuser, stalked and threatened his friends, bullied Charli XCX and her fans, and groomed/sexually harassed fans.
  • Glorior Belli: Spoke ill of the late Mitch Lucker following his death in a now-deleted Facebook post.
  • GoingRampant: Defended Feminist Frequency in this video with said video's description blaming her treatment on misogyny.
  • GradeAUnderA: When PewDiePie, Markiplier, and Matthew Santoro made videos about getting fed up with the rampant Youtube drama at the time, he tried causing more drama for no reason by criticizing their videos and insulting them, especially Markiplier, despite claiming that he's trying to make Youtube "great again". When his subreddit criticized him for making videos on trending topics, he responded by insulting them, such as calling a moderator a "whore".
  • Graham Linehan: Condemned Count Dankula for having his pug do a Nazi salute as a prank to his girlfriend. Dankula responded to this by pointing out that Father Ted, a show Linehan had co-created and previously worked on, also contained Nazi-related jokes, showing off hypocrisy.
  • Gregory Jackson (Onision): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Grey DeLisle-Griffin (current voice of Daphne Blake from the Scooby-Doo franchise; voice of various characters such as Lola Loud, Lana Loud and Lily Loud from The Loud House, Vicky from The Fairly OddParents, Azula from Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra, Sam Manson from Danny Phantom, Mandy from The Grim Adventures of Bill and Mandy, and Frankie Foster from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends): Used her child, Tex Hammond, to wish death on old white people, and claimed that Hammond actually said that. Came out as a #KickVic supporter by making fun of how Vic Mignogna was disinvited from cons. Ironically, she defended D.C. Douglas by immaturely dismissing the legitimate proof of him being an actual predator as "a hilarious idea." Admitted to cheating on her first husband.
  • Gucci Mane (rapper): Has been involved in a bunch of legal issues, such as multiple counts of battery and assault, parole violations, and illegal possession of firearms and drugs.
  • Guilherme de Pádua (actor): Murdered fellow actress Daniella Perez, who acted with her in the soap opera De Corpo e Alma in 1992.
  • Gwyneth Paltrow (Pepper Potts from the Marvel Cinematic Universe): Is selling candles that she claims smells like her clitoris on her website Goop. Promotes a physical therapy that involves repeated bee stings to the patient, which led to someone's death.

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  • H. P. Lovecraft† (author of the Cthulhu Mythos): Was a racist and a bigot who utterly despised Jews, blacks and immigrants, even though he was married to a Jewish woman named Sonia Greene. In his "On the Creation of Niggers" poem, he describes blacks as being created semi-formed to fill the space between Man and Beast. He even liked Adolf Hitler for his racism and hatred for Jews, despite calling his vision "romantic and immature".
  • H.Bomberguy (YouTuber): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Haim Saban (producer and mogul): Has his own page.
  • Halsey: Collaborated with Quavo (who is known for his homophobic remarks), despite being a member of the LGBT, stated that she's only classified as pop because she's a woman. Went on a whiny Twitter rant after seeing "white people" shampoo in her hotel room. Her stupidity must be seen to be believed.
  • Hank Thompson† (Dallas Green Monarchs and New York Giants player): Was convicted of armed robbery in 1963.
  • Hank Williams, Jr. (country singer): Called Barack Obama an "America-hating Muslim" in 2012.
  • Harry Styles (singer and former member of One Direction):Along with Matt Damon, signed up for Emma Watson's controversial HeforShe program.
  • Harvey Weinstein: Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • HasanAbi (Twitch streamer): Said America deserved 9/11.
  • Hayden Black: Created a trailer for a cartoon called "Gen Zed", which was heavily disliked due to heavy pandering towards transgender issues, and created a Twitter account for the main character in which he mocks politicians.
  • Hennessy Carolina (model): Told Trump supporters to “suck her dick”.
  • Hitomi Yoshizawa (former member of Morning Musume): Was involved in a hit-and-run accident caused by her drinking above the legal alcohol limit. After public criticism, she announced her retirement from the entertainment industry.
  • Howard Bloom (book writer and music publicist): Accused Bernie Sanders of being anti-Semitic just for criticizing Israel.
  • Hunter Avallone (YouTuber): Labeled Lauren Chen a neo-Nazi and childishly insulted TheQuartering in a response video where he claimed that he would not try to start a drama.

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  • Ian McCue (producer and writer for Thomas and Friends): Completely revamped the formula for Thomas and Friends for the sake of "diversity".
  • Ian Watkins (Lostprophets singer): Has been sentenced to 29 years imprisonment for multiple sexual offenses, including the sexual assault of young children, and performing a sex act on an animal. Lostprophets disbanded shortly thereafter.
  • Iggy Azalea: Urged fans to harass radio stations when her song “Sally Walker” began to drop out of the charts and made some offensive scenery in her music video for Started.
  • Iikka Kivi: His Twitter accounts are sometimes used to preach politics to his followers one way or another (i.e. retweeting Juho Pylvänäinen's claim that criticism targeted at identity politics has been "lazy", condemning Good Morning, Finland host Ivan Puopolo for liking a text that criticized the concept of toxic masculinity, treating right-wingers like garbage, etc.). Despite his actions, he confessed in connection to the #MeToo movement that he himself had sexually harassed females in his youth by squeezing females' buttocks in his last year of primary school and resorting to verbal harassment in his teen years.
  • Ike Perlmutter (film executive, chairman and former CEO of Marvel Entertainment): Has his own page at Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Illich Guardiola (Yusuke Yoshino from Clannad): When he was a teacher, he engaged in inappropriate relationships with his underage female students.
  • ImJayStation (YouTuber): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Irene (leader of Red Velvet): Verbally bullied a stylist during a photoshoot.
  • Isaac Kappy† (actor): Reportedly choked Michael Jackson’s daughter, Paris, at a game night party. Was also said to have made threats towards Paris and Seth Green. He also participated with Alex Jones in videos claiming that Seth Green and Tom Hanks are pedophiles.
  • Israel Folau (rugby player): Said in an Instagram post "Drunks, Homosexuals, Adulterers, Liars, Fornicators, Thieves, Atheists, Adulterers: Hell Awaits You, Repent, Only Jesus Saves".
  • Ivan Moody (singer of Five Finger Death Punch): Got drunk before performing on stage with his band and had an infamous meltdown, which caused his bandmates to abandon him on the stage in 2015, and had yet another meltdown in 2016 on stage, during which he claimed that his mother was dying, although his sister stated that she wasn't.

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  • J-Diggs: Was arrested for assault and attempted murder in Hawaii. Was also arrested by Washington County Sheriff's Office on a felony warrant out of Hawaii and for drug and drug-related charges.
  • J. Michael Tatum (France from Hetalia, Erwin Smith from Attack on Titan, Shu Tsukiyama from Tokyo Ghoul, and Tenya Iida from My Hero Academia): Although he proudly defended Vic Mignogna in the past, he betrayed him and joined #KickVic just to save himself from outrage.
  • J.K. Rowling (author of the Harry Potter books): Constantly makes ridiculous claims about the Harry Potter characters with no evidence whatsoever. Some of these claims cater to SJWs, such as stating that Dumbledore is homosexual, that Hermione is black and is also an amputee, or that Lord Voldemort was a nationalist. Despite acceptance and tolerance being one of the main themes in the Harry Potter series, she herself ironically has transphobic views.
  • Ja Rule (rapper): His poor mismanagement and organization of the infamous Fyre Festival resulted in multiple lawsuits. He tweeted that "it was NOT A SCAM" and that "this is NOT MY FAULT", thus making him a hypocrite.
  • Jace Alexander (television director): Was arrested on July 29, 2015 for downloading and file-sharing child pornography. He pleaded guilty to promoting a sexual performance by a child and possessing an obscene performance by a child and was sentenced to 10 years' probation. He had to register as a sex offender in New York in June 2016.
  • Jack Morrissey (Producer of "Beauty and the Beast (2017)): Wished death on every Donald Trump supporter.
  • Jackey Vinson (Former actor from The Wizard (1989)): Was sentenced to 10 years probation for child molestation and had to register as a sex offender back in 2004.
  • Jacob Satorious (singer and social media personality): Insensitively used the 😒 emote when responding to Cameron Boyce’s death. Claimed it was a “simple” mistake.
  • Jacob Wohl (conspiracy theorist): Is a well-known fraudster and recently made a fake allegation about Elizabeth Warren having an affair with a marine.
  • Jada Pinkett Smith (Gloria from the Madagascar trilogy): Cheated on ex-husband Will Smith with rapper August Alsina.
  • Jade (YouTube animator and artist): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Jackson Wang (Rapper from GOT7): Used to carry a Hong Kong flag and wear a hat with the city's symbol, a bauhinia flower. Lately, he has been carrying a Chinese flag during his concert tour and was wearing a China flag hoodie in his music video in the wake of the Hong Kong Independence protests.
  • Jake Lloyd (Anakin Skyalker in The Phantom Menace): Was arrested for reckless driving, driving without a license, and resisting arrest.
  • Jake Paul (YouTuber): Has his own page.
  • Jamal Igle: Labelled fans of the Zack Snyder cut of Justice League as terrorists.
  • James Allsup (YouTuber): Despite condemning the KKK and Nazis, he is a member of the American Identity Movement, a white nationalist and neo-Nazi organization, and currently podcasts for The Right Stuff, a neo-Nazi network. He also has praised the views of Richard Lynn, an English psychologist who is well known for his claims that black people have an IQ below 70 while presenting no evidence to back it up.
  • James Cameron (Director of Avatar, Titanic, Aliens and The Terminator movies): Said Avengers: Infinity War was "too male".
  • James Charles (makeup YouTuber and current spokesperson for CoverGirl): Complained over not having a pink drink at Starbucks. When he was accused of his sweater plagiarizing Hila Klein’s similar brand of sweater, he responded by saying that he did in fact plagiarize the sweater, but tried to downplay the situation by saying “we don’t really have the same fanbase or demographic or anything, so it’s ok.”
  • James Cromwell (Arthur Hoggett from Babe and Robert Callaghan from Big Hero 6): Said that celebrities should get more political to bring certain issues to light. He is also a supporter of PETA, which got himarrestedmultipletimes. He was a member of the Black Panther party through the Committee to defend the Panthers, even with its black nationalist and anti-white rhetoric, and even praised the party.
  • James Franco (actor): Supports both the Time's Up and #MeToo movements despite being accused of sexual misconduct multiple times.
  • James Nguyen: Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • James Safechuck: Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • James Stacy† (actor): Was charged with molesting an 11-year-old girl in November 1995, failed to appear for sentencing in Ventura County Superior Court, was arrested the next day in a Hawaii hospital after having fled California, and received a six-year prison sentence on March 5, 1996.
  • Jamie Marchi (Rias Gremory from High School DxD, Elizabeth "Liz" Thompson from Soul Eater, Cana Alberona from Fairy Tail, Mt. Lady from My Hero Academia, Panty Anarchy from Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, Lucoa from Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid): Has her own page.
  • Jamie McGonnigal (Barry from Pokémon): Refers to Vic Mignogna's fans as "rape apologists".
  • Jane Curtin: Has made a new year’s resolution to destroy the Republican Party.
  • Jane Fonda: During the Vietnam War, she posed on anti-aircraft guns to shoot down American aircraft, made radio broadcasts to shame American troops, called American POWs hypocrites and liars, and considered the torture they received "understandable."
  • Janelle James: Celebrated Rush Limbaugh's death.
  • Jared Fogle (former Subway spokesperson): Paid for sex with minors and received child pornography, leading to his arrest and Subway dropping him from its ads.
  • Javorius Tykies Scott (JayDaYoungan) (rapper): was arrested on May 11, 2019 for drug and gun possession and later that year he's proven himself to be a jerk as he was arrested for assaulting a pregnant woman/
  • Jorobe (TikTok star): A lot of his TikToks contain many SJW themes, such as shaming heterosexual men who fight back against sexual assault from a homosexual man and bashing a woman for encouraging children to have a healthy diet. Falsely accused Papa Gut of sexually harassing him.
  • Jason Ethier (ImJayStation): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Jason Unruhe: Is an avid defender and supporter of Anita Sarkeesian and Feminist Frequency, even attempting to "debunk" Thunderf00t's claims about her and trying to defend her once the leaked video from 2010 lecture of hers resurfaced.
  • Jay-Z (billionaire rapper): Complained that white men are so privileged in the United States while talking with David Letterman. Admitted to cheating on Beyoncé after the rumors came to light.
  • Jeanette Ng (fantasy writer): When she accepted the Campbell Award award, she trashed John W. Campbell, calling him a "f**king fascist" despite him being born in 1910 with different views. This immediately got the Campbell awards to be changed to The Astounding Award for Best New Writer. She also trashed straight white men during a speech when she got a Hugo Award, with which she endorsed the tearing down of monuments.
  • Jeffree Star (singer): Tried to use the murders of Breonna Taylor, Elijah McClain, and several black transgender women to deflect criticism from himself from his recent drama.
  • Jeffrey Jones (Charles Deetz from Beetlejuice): Has been arrested for soliciting a 14-year-old minor and twice for failing to update his sex offender status. He has also been accused of possession of child pornography.
  • Jeffrey Tambor: Claimed that people's lives depend on the transgender propaganda show Transparent, which he stars in.
  • Jen Brown (Pyrrha Nikos from RWBY): Supported Rooster Teeth in their controversial termination of Vic Mignogna.
  • Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games and Mystique from the X-Men film series): Claimed that Hurricanes Harvey and Irma were a result of Trump winning the election. Also claimed that Trump's presidency would be "the end of the world".
  • Jenny Lehtinen: Supports the fat acceptance movement, which is evident from her Vaakakapina project.
  • Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg: Claimed that vaccinations cause autism, despite the lack of medical evidence.
  • Jenny Slate (comedian): After departing from the role of the black character Missy on the Netflix series Big Mouth, she stated, "I acknowledge how my original reasoning was flawed. That it existed as an example of white privilege and unjust allowances made within a system of societal white supremacy, and that in me playing Missy, I was engaging in an act of erasure of Black people.”
  • Jeremy Griggs (Geeks + Gamers): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Jerry Falwell†: Claimed that gays were responsible for 9/11.
  • Jessenia Vice: Whined over and harassed the state of Indiana for supporting Donald Trump.
  • Jéssica Esteves (former host of Bom Dia & Cia in 2003-2005): She stated that Celso Portiolli is an "asshole" due of him anticipating his return in Sessão Premiada as a host after his vacation when she was hosting the program in Celso's place during his vacation, causing people and SBT to defend him under that statement.
  • Jessica Morris (actress): Was charged for allegedly almost biting off actor Rib Hillis' lip
  • Jessie Pridemore: Falsely accused Todd Haberkorn of raping her.
  • Jill Soloway: Shouted "topple the patriarchy" after accepting her Emmy award in 2016.
  • Jim Caviezel (Jesus Christ from The Passion of the Christ): Is a supporter of QAnon, and claimed that the world is being run by a secret organization whose members kill children and harvest their adrenal glands in order to make themselves immortal.
  • Jim Jefferies (the host of The Jim Jefferies Show, not to be confused with the two similarly sportsmen): Supports the concept of toxic masculinity, which is seen in this clip. Despite criticizing toxic masculinity, he bragged on the Opie and Anthony Show that he gave drugs to a 17-year-old girl and had sex with her.
  • Jimin: Was pictured wearing a t-shirt depicting the US atomic bombing of Japan during World War II, accompanied by the text: "Patriotism Our History Liberation Korea", causing controversy and leading to a Japanese TV show cancelling a performance from BTS.
  • Jimmy Kimmel: Stated that only smart people can be liberals. During an interview with Roseanne Barr, Barr tried to discuss politics with him in a civilized and level-headed manner, but since her political views were different than his, Kimmel simply brushed everything she said off by saying that what she is saying is "crazy". During a segment on his show, Kimmel revealed to a group of kids that the United States owes China 1.3 trillion dollars. One of the kids suggested that everyone in China should be killed and Kimmel jokingly agreed with him. ABC had to step in to apologize because Kimmel refused to do so. Claimed that those who believe the Coronavirus came from China are "racist".
  • Jimmy Savile† (host of Top of the Pops and British DJ): After his death, claims of sexual abuse by him led to extensive media coverage and a substantial and rapidly growing body of witness statements and sexual abuse claims, including accusations against public bodies for covering up or failure of duty.
  • Joel Zimmerman (Deadmau5): Called Julian Scanlan both "autistic shit" and "AIDS fucking music". Called another player a "Fucking Cock-sucking stream sniper F**" on his PUBG Livestream, which caused him to get banned from Twitch for hate speech.
  • John Boyega (Finn from the Star Wars Sequel Trilogy): Claimed that he hated the Lord of the Rings Trilogy only because of the lack of black people, despite it being set in the middle ages.
  • John Byrne (Comic book writer/artist): Referred to longtime Superman fans criticizing his miniseries The Man of Steel as “anal-retentive fanboys.”
  • John Cusack (Lloyd Dobler from Say Anything): Has slammed “MAGA fucks” after a photo showing him sitting in his seat during a military salute at a Chicago Cubs game. Despite his "noble" claims, he once made an anti-Semitic tweet, after which he later apologized. Insulted Rush Limbaugh after he died by claiming that "besides Murdock – there has been no more destructive practitioner of the big lie for profit in US history -”.
  • John Kricfalusi (creator of The Ren & Stimpy Show): Has his own page.
  • John Legend: Defended the infamous documentary Leaving Neverland and believes Michael Jackson is guilty. He made the politically correct version of the song "Baby, It's Cold Outside" and defended the song by claiming it is not preachy for all the wrong reasons. slammed Donald Trump supporters Ice Cube and Lil Wayne during a rally for Kamala Harris.
  • John Leguizamo: Was among the celebrities who endorsed the Push Trump Off A Cliff Again game.
  • John Lennon† (deceased frontman of The Beatles): Preached about peace and love in his songs, yet supported the IRA, also said this infamous quote saying that "The Beatles are more popular than Jesus", which is disrespectful to Christians, which caused some of their fans to burn The Beatles' vinyl records and albums.
  • John McTiernan (director of Die Hard and Predator): In 2006, he pleaded guilty to perjury and lying to an FBI investigator in regard to his hiring of the private investigator Anthony Pellicano in late 2000 to illegally wiretap the phone calls of two people, one of whom was Charles Roven, a co-producer of his dystopian science-fiction action film remake Rollerball (2002), after having a disagreement on the movie's vision. He was then given a 12-month prison sentence in 2013.
  • Johnny Rebel† (country singer): Made several racist songs towards the black community and was a white supremacist. In addition to supporting white supremacy, he was also a segregationist and opposed integration and racial equality. His songs used the "N" word and many other racist slurs against the black community. In fact, it's said he used the N-Word 66 times in his songs. He also called for killing black Americans in his songs. When criticized for it decades later, he tried to hide his racism by saying "it was just satire".
  • John Wilkes Booth† (actor): Murdered President Abraham Lincoln because he supported slavery and Lincoln wanted to abolish it, so he didn't want Lincoln to "destroy" his beloved South.
  • JoJo Siwa (singer): Treats her fans like trash by click-baiting and denying photos with them and teaches bad morals to children such as disrespect, arrogance, and obnoxiousness.
  • Jon St. John (Duke Nukem from the franchise of the same name and Big the Cat from Sonic Adventure up until Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games): Called for the prison rape of 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse.
  • Jonah Hill: Claimed that "real change" will happen when white men are forced out of leading streaming companies and movie studios.
  • Jonathan McIntosh (creator of Pop Culture Detective Agency and co-writer of Tropes vs. Women in Video Games): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Jonathan Warden (former GamerGate supporter): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Jonathan Young (popular cover artist): Told a fan who was disheartened by his "Broly guy deserved to be fired" comment that he "should probably get used to listening to no music at all." Also called Monica Rial and Jamie Marchi "trustworthy people", while simultaneously saying that Vic was "sketchy as hell".
  • Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Director of Kong: Skull Island): After CinemaSins posted an “Everything Wrong With...” video about Kong: Skull Island, Jordan took it way too harshly and seriously, unaware that they were doing it for laughs, not to criticize it.
  • Jorge Rodriguez: Made a video making fun of Anita Sarkeesian's critics with the video's description calling their videos "awful" and their claims "idiotic".
  • Joseph Brooks† (songwriter): Was arrested on charges of raping or sexually assaulting eleven women lured to his East Side apartment from 2005 to 2008.
  • Josh Gad (Olaf from Frozen, Bailey from A Dog’s Purpose, Chuck from The Angry Birds Movie, Elder Arnold Cunningham from The Book of Mormon, and LeFou from Beauty and the Beast live-action remake): Irrationally mocked fans that don’t care about his political views by calling them “so-called fans”.
  • Josh Grelle (Armin Arlert from Attack On Titan, second voice of Issei from High School DXD, Sadao Maou from The Devil is a Part-Timer, Ichika Orimura from Infinite Stratos): Cancelled his appearance at Kameha-Con 2019 after they announced that Vic Mignogna was re-invited. He, along with other Funimation voice actors who also cancelled their appearances, instead did autographs at a comic book store thirty miles away from Kameha-Con.
  • Josh Martin (Majin Buu and Kid Buu from the Dragon Ball): Called Vic Migonogna's fans garbage.
  • Josh Trank (director of Fantastic Four (2015)): Says he doesn't want to see a movie about a bunch of white people.
  • Joshua Rush: Tries to discuss politics on his social media despite being a teen and not knowing enough about them.
  • Joss Whedon: Made a tweet wishing for a rhino to "fuck Paul Ryan to death". Is friends with Anita Sarkeesian. Despite his claims of being a feminist, many women, including his ex-wife, have accused him of using feminism as a way to get women, showing off immense hypocrisy. Has been revealed to be abusive to the cast of the 2017 film Justice League during filming, as revealed by Ray Fisher and Gal Gadot, who portray Cyborg and Wonder Woman, respectively.
  • Joy Behar: Claims that Antifa is a fictional group and does not actually exist.
  • JT (member of City Girls): Claimed Trump was joking about having COVID-19 for attention.
  • Judd Apatow: Applauded the UC Berkeley riots and said it was "just the beginning." His tweet was deleted, but archived by Breitbart.
  • Julia Vickerman (creator of Twelve Forever): Has her own page.
  • Julia Volkova (Russian singer, member of t.A.T.u.): Said that she doesn't want a gay son in 2014, yet hypocritically kissed co-singer Lena Katina in the music video for All the Things She Said in 2002.
  • Jung Joon-Young: Committed rape and filmed it.
  • Jussie Smollett: Filed a false hate crime report to the police and staged the attack in his house as a publicity stunt to further his career by tying the incident to racism and Donald Trump.
  • Justin Bieber (Canadian singer): Was caught peeing in a mop bucket and yelling “F**k Bill Clinton!”, kicked a shirt with a print of the Argentinian flag during his concert, made a song about joining the KKK, spat on his fans, peed on the US flag, and was arrested in 2013 for DUI and street racing, which offended several Americans. Desperately called out Billboard & Roddy Rich just because his song Yummy failed to peak at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as going as far as to delay most of his tour dates just because they had low ticket sales. Told a racist joke that used the N-word by asking why black people are afraid of chainsaws. Insensitively said Anne Frank should have been a "Belieber".
  • Justin Briner (Izuku "Deku" Midoriya from My Hero Academia): Referred to fans of My Hero Academia character Endeavor as "abuse apologists" in a now-deleted tweet. When the allegations against Vic Mignogna came to light, he made a tweet slandering him and told everyone to believe the allegations.
  • Justin Hook: Apart from having taken credit for creating the infamous Push Trump Off A Cliff game, he has also taken up bashing him on Twitter, which has gone so far as to creating a bot account that intends to say the exact opposite of everything that the controversial figure says.
  • Justin Timberlake (Singer, Branch from Trolls and Trolls: World Tour): Was involved in the infamous 2004 Super Bowl scandal with Janet Jackson in which he accidentally exposed Janet's breast on live TV during their live performance, In one of his interviews on Ellen, he kept interrupting and mocked SZA.

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  • Kanye West: Believes “Planned Parenthoods have been placed inside cities by white supremacists to do the Devil’s work.” Has termed vaccines "the mark of the beast". Has admitted to running a "spoiler campaign" to hurt Joe Biden's chances of winning during his 2020 presidential bid.
  • Karl Malone (NBA player): Impregnated a 13-year-old girl.
  • Katelyn Ohashi (former artistic gymnast): Removed Michael Jackson's music and Jackson-inspired dance moves from her floor routine at the 2019 PAC-12 Championships because of the Leaving Neverland documentary.
  • Katerino (Twitch streamer): Cheated on CallMeCarson with numerous other guys.
  • Kathleen Kennedy (film producer and CEO of Lucasfilm): Has her own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Kathy Griffin: Made a photo of herself holding a prop that was made to look like Donald Trump's bloody head. This backfired heavily as many comedy clubs canceled her appearances and even CNN removed her from their New Year's event. Although she apologized at first, she soon doubled down on her stupidity and tried to make herself look like the victim, which added fuel to the fire and made her entire apology pointless. Recently, she told someone to stab Donald Trump with a syringe filled with air, which can produce air embolism and kill someone.
  • Kaylyn Saucedo (MarzGurl): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Keiko Moritsugu: Wants ecchi and fanservice in anime to be banned and wants anime to be like Marvel and Disney.
  • Keith Wright (former American football defensive tackle): Is guilty of three counts of a home invasion during one of which he sexually assaulted a woman and forced her to pull money out of two ATMs. Was also found guilty on 19 charges, including armed robbery, kidnapping, forced oral copulation, first-degree burglary, and false imprisonment, which led to him being sentenced to 234 years and 8 months in prison.
  • Kesha: Made a song called “Rich, White, Straight Men,” an overtly political song taking shots at the “patriarchy”.
  • Kevin Spacey: Has his own page in Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Kiefer Sutherland: Likened Donald Trump to George Wallace.
  • Kim Jae-joong (member of JYJ): Claimed to have COVID-19 on April Fool's Day, sparking outrage from fans who called his prank "childish and insensitive."
  • Kim Kardashian: Has her own article.
  • Kirk Acevedo: Called Rush Limbaugh a bigot following the latter's death.
  • Kirk Cameron: Claimed that anyone who hated his film Saving Christmas were either trolls or atheists. He also started a maskless caroling event despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Kit Harington (Jon Snow from Game of Thrones and Eret from How To Train Your Dragon): Told fans who criticized the eighth season of Game of Thrones to go "f*ck themselves", showing that he can't take criticism.
  • Klaus Kinski† (actor): Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Klete Keller (Olympic swimmer): Was a participant in the 2021 United States Capitol riot, where he was arrested after being charged with obstructing law enforcement engaged in official duties, unlawfully entering Capitol grounds, and disorderly conduct on Capitol ground.
  • Kodak Black: Has raped one of his fans, claimed he was better than the late Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls in a 2016 XXL Freshman Interview, and insults and disrespects other rappers such as Lil Wayne, Young M.A, and Lauren London (widower of the late Nipsey Hussle).
  • Kristen Bell (Anna from Frozen, Jeannie van der Hooven from House of Lies, the titular character from Veronica Mars): Stated that voicing Molly Tillerman from Central Park shows a lack of awareness of her pervasive privilege and that casting a mixed-race character with a white voice actress undermines the specificity of the mixed-race & Black American experience, disregarding the fact that people of color have also voiced characters who are a different ethnicity than them.
  • Krystina Arielle (host of the Star Wars: The High Republic Show): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Kumail Nanjiani (Dinesh from Silicon Valley): Said "Traditional masculinity is a disease" in response to more men favoring Republican politicians. He also compared people who point out crimes committed by immigrants to Nazis back in 2018. Has dismissed concerns about human trafficking.
  • Kyle McCarley (9S from NieR:Automata, Narancia Ghirga from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Shigeo Kageyama from Mob Psycho 100, and Ryo Asuka from Devilman Crybaby): Defamed Kyle Rittenhouse as a far-right extremist murderer and hid replies and blocked people who proved him wrong, labeling them all as white supremacists.
  • Krystina Arielle: Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll (Kygo): Made R. Kelly a guest star at one of his concerts, despite the latter being a pedophile, and called him a legend on one of his Facebook posts.

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  • L. Brent Bozell III: Founded the Parents Television Council, a conservative censorship advocacy group dedicated to censoring morally incorrect content on television. It has been criticized for hypocrisy and for inaccurately describing the V-Chip.
  • Laci Green: Made a tweet portraying Republican rule as "textbook fascism" and insulting "white America".
  • Larry Charles: Insulted Rush Limbaugh after he died.
  • Laura Ingraham: Speaks a lot of right-wing bias and hypocrisy on Fox News, such as when she said that comparing modern things to Hitler is a “false flag,” but hypocritically compared Planned Parenthood to Hitler. Has mocked the survivor of a school shooting, which caused significant backlash and controversy and also caused the ratings of her show to drop. Called Greta Thungerg “mentally-ill” and compares teenage climate change activists to “Children of the Corn”.
  • Laura Loomer (Internet personality): Has described immigration as a threat to American heritage. Has falsely insinuated that shootings in Santa Fe, Texas and Parkland, Florida have been staged and that the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooter was affiliated with ISIS. It has been reported that donations solicited by her were going to the address of The United West, which is listed as an anti-Muslim hate group by Southern Poverty Law Center.
  • Lauren Chen (a.k.a Roaming Millennial): Has deafened alt-right figures such as Richard Spencer, Nick Fuentes, Soph (where she claimed that her getting removed from YouTube was a violation of freedom of speech despite the fact that she made death threats to Susan Wojcicki and called for genocide against Muslims), and Stefan Molyneux (where she tried to brush off the idea of him being a white nationalist despite him admitting to liking the idea of an all-white country) and labeled a video of a gay man dancing as “degenerate“.
  • Lauren Southern: Supported the white identarian group Defends Europe opposing the action of non-governmental organizations involved in search-and-rescue operations in the Mediterranean Sea and was detained by the Italian Coast Guard for blocking a ship embarking on a search-and-rescue mission. Popularized and promoted the Great Replacement conspiracy theory.
  • Laurence Fox (British actor): Said that he would not date anyone under the age of 35, as he considers all women under that age to be "too woke". He also called on people to boycott a supermarket chain just for celebrating Black History Month. When some celebrities accused him of being racist for this, he falsely accused them of being pedophiles.
  • Lawrence White (40 Glocc): Dissed and fought fellow rapper The Game for no apparent reason. His songs contain a lot of homophobic references and he hates blood rappers for nonsense reasons.
  • Lea DeLaria: Threatened to take a baseball bat to Republicans and Independents if Trump won.
  • Lea Michele (Rachel Berry from Glee and Hester Ulrich from Scream Queens): When she tweeted her support for the Black Lives Matter movement, her Glee Season 6 co-star Samantha Ware exposed her as a racist and a hypocrite. Michele then threatened to have her fired for goofing around on set. This made other co-stars start speaking out. She treated people horribly on set as she called extras "cockroaches", causing her to be relieved from her sponsorship in HelloFresh and Scream Queens co-stars Ariana Grande and Keke Palmer to unfollow her on Instagram.
  • Leah Clark (Kobayashi from Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid, Himiko Toga from My Hero Academia, Mavis Vermillion from Fairy Tail, and Blair from Soul Eater): Supports #KickVic. Also compared Vic Mignogna to Harvey Weinstein. Defended Jamie Marchi's insensitive joke about school shootings, saying it was better than Vic Mignogna's joke about Broly being fearless of COVID
  • LeBron James: Respected Colin Kaepernick, who protested the national anthem. Spoke out against Darryl Moorey when he was tweeting about the injustice of Hong Kong. Also pressured the NBA to punish a Houston Rockets executive for publicly supporting the people of Hong Kong against aggressive encroachments from the Chinese Communist Party. Targeted police officer Nicholas Reardon after he shot and killed 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant as she was in the process of stabbing another female by tweeting out an image of the police officer and writing “YOU’RE NEXT #ACCOUNTABILITY ”.
  • Lee Ji-yeon: Along with Dahee, she blackmailed actor Lee Byung-hun for 5 billion won in exchange for not releasing, on the internet, a compromising video of him making sexual jokes while drinking with them. She and Dahee were both arrested and sentenced to prison.
  • Leigh Alexander (author and journalist): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Lena Dunham: Has her own article.
  • Leslie Jones: Assaulted Milo Yiannopoulos for his review of the Ghostbusters reboot. When Milo's supporters and some trolls defended him and attacked Leslie for it, Twitter services banned Milo as a result.
  • Leslye Headland (screenwriter/director): Believes that most, if not all, white women are "bitches" who "need to step up their game", supports political correctness, and believes white people do not add to the diversity of a cast.
  • Lewis Capaldi: Literally doesn't care about his fans' well-being as he continued with his British tours despite other celebrities canceling their appearances and tours due to COVID-19.
  • Lewis Caroll†: (author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Alice Through The Looking Glass): Was a pedophile who took naked pictures of children and wanted to marry 11 year old Alice Liddel.
  • Lewis Jeffery Lovhaug (Linkara): Supports #KickVic and defends MarzGurl.
  • Lexi Alexander: Also applauded the riots at UC Berkeley.
  • Lil Boosie (rapper): Said that he loves Michael Jackson music, but that he was a predator to little boys and sided with R. Kelly by saying he has more hits than Michael Jackson, Prince, Stevie Wonder, and Beyonce in the wake of Leaving Neverland.
  • Lil Pump (rapper): Fired his gun out a car window while saying "ESSKEETIT!" Tweeted about wanting to have sex with Miranda Cosgrove, the actress of iCarly, when she was 24 and he was 16. Once poured some Sour Patch Kids Cereal into a cereal bowl, poured lean into it, and drank it. Refused to wear a face mask on a JetBlue Airline flight, which caused him to get banned from the Airline for life.
  • Lil Uzi Vert (Rapper) Was arrested for recklessly driving a dirt bike. Got arrested again after he and others were involved in a paintball gunfight.
  • Lil Wayne (rapper): Said that racism doesn’t exist and believes black people should be held accountable for the U.S’s police brutality problem in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.
  • Lil Xan (rapper): Pulled a gun on a man who criticized him for dissing the dead rapper Tupac Shakur. On Instagram, when someone criticized him for selling fentanyl-laced pills, he hoped one of that user's friends would die from those pills.
  • Lil Yatchy (rapper): Assaulted a man at the Rolling Loud festival just for trash-talking him.
  • Lily Orchard (YouTube comedian and critic): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Lily Singh: Went SJW with her "Geography Class for Racists" and "A Therapy Session for Homophobes" videos. Attacked women who voted for Trump in her vlog "The Time America Shattered my Heart"
  • Lily Tomlin (Miss Frizzle from The Magic School Bus, Aunt May from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse): Compared Donald Trump and his actions to those reminiscent of Nazis.
  • Lincar Rox (Internet animator): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Lindsay Lohan (Annie and Hallie Parker from The Parent Trapp, Cady Heron from Mean Girls and Maggie Peyton in Herbie: Fully Loaded): In 2007, she was arrested for DUI. Also, in a now-deleted Instagram post, she defended Harvey Weinstein. Attempted to bring homeless children into her hotel room, which led to her being assaulted by their mom.
  • Liu Yifei (Fa Mulan in the 2020 live-action remake): Supports police brutality in Hong Kong.
  • Logan Paul (YouTuber): Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Lori Loughlin: Bribed her daughter, Olivia Jade, into the University of Southern California. This backfired heavily, as Sephora eventually cut all ties with her.
  • Louis C.K.: Although he expressed hope for a conservative president, he likened Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler in one of his emails. Ironically, both he and Trump have been accused of sex offenses.
  • Louis Theroux (British documentary film-maker): Supported Leaving Neverland and said that anyone who refuses to accept that Michael Jackson was a pedophile is "willfully blind".
  • Lovell Stanton (Joseph, Chef Pee Pee and Bowser from SuperMarioLogan): Is infamous for faking a suicide stunt to promote his new song, as well as being captured by the police in 2017 for possession of marijuana.
  • Lovely Peaches (TikToker): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.

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  • Madonna (singer): Rudely told her fans to “shut the fuck up” and called them “diva bitches” after they booed her for being late for a concert. Danced with the Philippine flag and even at one point touched the floor during her 2016 World Heart Tour in the Philippines during the 30th anniversary of EDSA People Power Revolution, violating R.A 8491 or Philippine Flag and Heraldic Code, which states that a violation can charge you for PHP 5,000-20,000 (USD 103.18 - 412. 71) and/or 1 year imprisonment, causing her to be banned from the country by the Malacañang. She also did this to the German and Taiwanese flags. Pulled off a fan's top on stage, Wrote a tweet saying "DEATH TO THE PATRIARCHY!", which heavily pandered to obsessive feminists
  • Maija Vilkkumaa: Sometimes preaches about politics on social media one way or another. An example of this is her occasionally liking and retweeting tweets making dubious political claims (i.e. her husband's aforementioned "Pro-life = anti-women" tweet and a tweet blaming weak education, low intelligence, reasserting masculinity, and (in some cases) lack of family for causing sex offenses especially on men's part).
  • Maïmouna Doucouré (film director): Has her own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Malu Travejo (model, musician): Ridiculously thinks "Cuban" is basically being "Mexican", and hates Asian people just because of their faces and accent.
  • Manny Pacquiao (Filipino boxer): Is against same-sex marriage, describing it as "behaving worse than animals", which caused Nike to ended their longtime partnership with him.
  • Marcelo de Carvalho (host of Mega Senha and owner of RedeTV!): Criticized Luciano Huck for his mobilization pan against Bolsonaro and his terrible government as president of Brazil and defended Brazil's president, Jair Bolsonaro, on Twitter.
  • Maria Jorge: Her videos such as "Fat-Shaming Cringe Compilation" and "All Right-Wingers Aid Fascism" can present some rather questionable claims.
  • Marianne Miller (Mossan from FLCL: Alternative): A #KickVic supporter who called a fan "willfully ignorant" for saying that hugs do not fall under sexual misconduct and calls anyone who defends Vic Mignogna "rape apologists". Denied the existence of misandry by stating "sexist at worst" only applies to men.
  • marinashutup: Claimed that Harvey Weinstein epitomizes rape culture in this video. Her video essay "Are Trump Supporters Bad People?" has some questionable material in it.
  • Mario Batali (celebrity chef): Received multiple sexual harassment allegations towards several women, which caused him to lose ownership of his restaurants, his Hot Ones interview being pulled, and the deletion of his Instagram account.
  • Martin Piers Billany (LittleKuriboh): Supports #KickVic along with his wife, Marianne Miller, and ridicules people who use the term "Social Justice Warrior".
  • Mark Haddon: Tweeted that "pretty much every human society is and has been run largely by men for the benefit of men in pretty much every respect. And anything we can do to change this will make the world a better place."
  • Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker from Star Wars, The Joker in numerous Batman animated films, Skips from Regular Show, Fire Lord Ozai from Avatar: The Last Airbender): Indirectly insulted a 3-year-old (who happened to be related to Donald Trump) in a tweet that was not supposed to be political.
  • Mark Kermode: In his review of the infamous Ghostbusters reboot, Kermode wrote "it would have been great to report that the finished film is good enough to shut the bigoted naysayers up once and for all...The harsh truth is that it isn't".
  • Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner/Hulk from the Marvel Cinematic Universe): Told those who criticize feminism to "kiss his ass".
  • Mark Salling† (Noah "Puck" Puckerman from Glee): Arrested in 2015 for possession of child pornography before committing suicide after pleading guilty and sentenced to four to seven years in prison.
  • Markus “Notch” Persson (creator of Minecraft): Labeled those who are supportive towards transgender women as “absolutely evil” and are “encouraging delusion”.
  • Martha Plimpton: Extremely pro-abortion, stated she had her first abortion in Seattle and acted proudly for doing so.
  • Masashi Tashiro (Television performer and member of the Japanese band Rats and Tops): Was arrested for sexual harassment and drug possession.
  • Masahiro Inoue (Tsukasa Kadoya/Kamen Rider Decade): Has cheated on his ex-wife, Jaimie Natsuki, resulting in a divorce.
  • Mat Brunet (AniMat): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Matt Damon: Signed up for Emma Watson's controversial He-For-She program.
  • Matt Lauer: (former news host) Fired from NBC after sexually harassing several female employees.
  • Matt Prokop: (Josh Rosen from Geek Charming): Was physically and verbally abusive towards his co-star, Sarah Hyland, resulting to her filing a restraining order against him.
  • Matt Walsh (pundit): Claimed there was a link between certain video games and violence. When a recent study shows the LGBT population increased to 5%, claimed there was a “gay agenda”.
  • Max Landis (screenwriter): Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Megan Levens: Labelled fans of the Zack Snyder cut of Justice League as terrorists.
  • Meghan Trainor: She made three songs: All About That Bass (which was about fat acceptance and skinny shaming), Dear Future Husband (which was based on enslaving men), and NO (which turned out to be a diss track towards men) that glorify SJW beliefs.
  • Mehmet Oz: Supports conversion therapy and has been known to promote pseudoscience such as homeopathy.
  • Mel Gibson (Rocky the American Rooster from Chicken Run and director of The Passion of the Christ): In 2010, he made a highly insulting phone call rant to his girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva [2]. He also made an anti-semitic comment to Winona Ryder during a party back in 1995, which led Aardman to recast his role as Rocky the American Rooster for the upcoming Chicken Run sequel.
  • Melanie Martinez (singer): Has parodied Trump being killed, as the character in her movie K-12, The Principal, is a parody of him, and the character was killed during the movie.
  • Melissa McCarthy: Said that critics of the Ghostbusters remake were 45-year old-men living in their mothers' basement. Believes that America is racist and homophobic.
  • Michael Cera (actor/singer): Is infamous for being an utter jerk to anyone he comes across, with one example being him insulting or calling security on fans of his for no good reason.
  • Michael Green (KidBehindACamera, Pickleboy from TheAngryGrandpaShow) Defended DaddyOFive’s invisible ink prank on his kids, claiming it wasn’t “actual abuse,” which sparked a lot of backlash against Michael, with people accusing him of being abusive until he got exposed for being abusive to his nephews. Has been exploiting his father's death for money and personal gain. Said that you have to clickbait in order to make a profit on YouTube.
  • Michael Ian Black: Blamed the NRA for the shooting at YouTube headquarters. Openly admitted he would politicize the hell out of the shooting despite not knowing the facts.
  • Michael Jace (American actor): Fatally shot his wife, April Jace. A jury subsequently convicted him of second-degree murder on May 31, 2016. He was sentenced to 40 years in prison.
  • Michael Keaton (Bruce Wayne/Batman from Batman (1989) and Batman Returns and Vulture from Spider-Man: Homecoming): Blamed Republicans and the NRA for six major school shootings and referred to them as "weak disgusting cowards." This occurred shortly after the Parkland School Shooting. Keaton failed to address, however, that most of the areas he mentioned were gun-free zones and that most of the attackers passed a background check.
  • Michael Knowles (journalist and actor): Called teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg “mentally ill” in a Fox News interview.
  • Michael Moore: Said that Trump's victory came from angry white men that were dying out without considering the women, gays, and people of color who voted for Trump. Following the shootings in Boulder, Colorado in March 2021, Michael wrote on Twitter that mass shootings are "as American as apple pie".
  • Michael Rapaport: Called Rush Limbaugh a "Piece of Shit" following the latter's death.
  • Michael Richards (Kramer from Seinfeld): Called a black heckler the "N" word during a stand-up routine.
  • Michael Vick (football player): Held dogfighting competitions from 2001 to 2007, resulting in a widespread investigation and backlash from anti-animal abuse and anti-gambling organizations.
  • Michele Knotz (current voice of Jessie in the Pokémon anime): Allows her fans to send death threats to people who criticize her, showing that she can't handle criticism.
  • Michelle Williams (actress): Her speech at the 2020 Golden Globe Awards promoted selfishness. She also indirectly mentioned that having abortions helped in winning the award.
  • Mickey Madden (Maroon 5 Bassist): Was arrested for domestic violence. In addition, he was also arrested in 2016 after allegedly passing a vial of cocaine to a man in a New York bar, which he denied. He was then given a day of community service.
  • Mickey Rourke (Ivan Vanko/Whiplash from Iron Man 2):Threatened to beat Donald Trump with a baseball bat, called him a “bully” and a “bitch”, and told him to go “suck his dick”.
  • Migo Adecer (Filipino actor): Struck a pair riding a motorcycle while driving under the influence of alcohol. Instead of helping the pair, he drove off and even tried to evade his arrest, hitting a patrol car in the process.
  • Mike Haimoto (Banri Tada from Golden Time): Said that he did not want to be tagged in the same tweets as Vic Mignogna. Praised the controversial decision of The Simpsons recasting non-white characters. Called Vic Mignogna a "garbage person" over his answer regarding a fan's question of Broly being fearless of COVID-19.
  • Mike Henry (voice of Cleveland Brown from Family Guy from 1999-2020): Excused his reason for stepping down of his voice role of Cleveland Brown by saying that "persons of color should play characters of color", which is hypocritical considering The Cleveland Show (which he co-created) basically relied on racial stereotyping of African Americans.
  • Mike Lombardo (piano rock musician): Served a five-year sentence at the facility after pleading guilty to child pornography charges.
  • Mike Pouncey (NFL player): Defended Aaron Hernandez.
  • Mike Tyson: Was convicted of raping a Miss America contestant and found guilty. This cost him a lot of endorsements and even Mike Tyson's Punch-out! would later be renamed to just Punch-Out with Mr. Dream replacing him.
  • Mikko Kosonen: Some of his tweets show signs of the toxic version of feminism, making such claims like the critics of the #MeToo "missing the point" and "Pro life = anti-women". The latter claim gets bonus SJW points because it was stated while tweeting about the Finnish Minister of Foreign Affairs Timo Soini, who is known to be against abortion.
  • Mila Kunis (Meg Griffin from Family Guy): Once made monthly donations to Planned Parenthood in Mike Pence's (a pro-lifer) name.
  • Milla Jovovich (Nimue from Hellboy (2019)): She blamed all the critics for slamming her films that became "cult classics" and that the Hellboy reboot would be a cult classic. She also self-praised the film, which ended up backfiring with the audience score on Rotten Tomatoes becoming a 53% rotten score.
  • Milo Yiannopoulos: Despite being openly gay, he hypocritically and genuinely seems to hate gays, hates his own homosexuality, hates the gay rights movement, and has even said that he wants to be cured of his homosexuality. Is also transphobic, saying that "trannies are demonic". Claimed the political left supports terrorism due to the fact that the Orlando nightclub shooter was a registered Democrat, though there is absolutely no proof that this is true or if it had anything to do with his motives in the shooting. Is supportive of pedophilia by claiming that sexual relationships between 13-year-old boys and adult men and women can be perfectly consensual, because some 13-year-olds are, in his view, sexually and emotionally mature enough to consent to sex with adults, and defended the Catholic Church raping underaged boys in a 2016 interview on Drunken Peasants. When writing for Breitbart, implied it was hard to tell the difference between feminism and cancer. Supports the Proud Boys, as shown by videos of them partying with him. Despite being married, he said in 2021 that he is now an "ex-gay" and that his husband has been demoted to a "housemate".
  • Minnie Driver: Stated that there is no hierarchy of abus and stated that Matt Damon was part of the problem when he said there's a difference between patting someone on the butt and rape. Said that men need to listen and not have an opinion for once, basically trying to encourage the term "listen and believe."
  • Miska Toiviainen: Sexually abused a 14-year-old and possessed child pornography, resulting in him being given a prison sentence in 2004. His spot as a host on Buusteri was later taken by fellow Salatut Elämät actor Aleksi Sariola in the aftermath.
  • Molly Ringwald (1980s actress): Has infamously called the Republican Party the “Rape Party", supported Leaving Neverland, and thanked Wade Robson and James Safechuck for their bravery and dignity.
  • Monica Rial (Momoko Koigakubo from Ghost Stories, current voice of Bulma in Dragon Ball, Tsubaki Nakatsukasa from Soul Eater, Mirajane Strauss from Fairy Tail, Index from A Certain Magical Index series, Shiro from Deadman Wonderland, Mei Misaki from Another, Tomoko Kuroki from WataMote, Misaki Ayuzawa from Maid Sama, Tsuyu Asui from My Hero Academia, Anna Nishikinomiya from Shimoneta): Has her own page.
  • Morgan Hudson (Morgz): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Morgan Wallen (country singer) Violated COVID-19 protocols by partying at a bar and ignoring social distancing. Said the N-word in a video clip.
  • Morrissey: Said he would "press a button" to kill Donald Trump "for the sake of humanity".
  • Moses Mbungu (HA Animation): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Mystikal (rapper): Was sentenced to a six-year prison term for sexual battery after an incident in which he attacked his hairstylist in 2004.

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  • N&A productions (YouTuber): Has his own page.
  • Naomi Seibt: Is notorious for being a rabid climate change denier. Claims that Greta Thunberg and other climate change activists are "whipping up hysteria."
  • Natalie Portman (Jane Foster from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Padmé Amidala from the Star Wars prequel trilogy, and Nina Sayers from Black Swan): Refused to accept her award in Israel for "political reasons". Like Brie Larson, Portman signed an open letter to defund police departments in response to the George Floyd protests.
  • Ned Luke (Michael De Santa from Grand Theft Auto V): Is extremely defensive over the milking of GTA V, telling fans who are critical of the idea of the game getting a release for the PS5 to “STFU” and has even blocked people on Twitter for calling him out for this.
  • Nicholas Perry (Nikocado Avocado): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Nick Cannon (TV show host): Believes that everyone who is not as "melanated" (Caucasians, Hispanics, and Asians) as black people lack compassion, are "less" than black people, and claims that they "act out of fear, low self-esteem", and "the only way they can act is evil". This led to ViacomCBS firing him.
  • Nick Fuentes: Defamed Ben Shapiro by labeling him as an alt-right leader and a white nationalist in one of his videos, even though Shapiro is an Orthodox Jew who has condemned alt-right for its racism and was targeted by the movement at one point. This resulted in some of those who commented on the video ridiculing or calling him out, including the Anti-Defamation League, who commented "Hold onto your foreskins, goyim".
  • Nick Land (philosopher, short-story horror writer, blogger, and "the father of accelerationism"): Advocates for scientific racism and eugenics. Has contributed to ideas behind neoreaction and the Dark Enlightenment.
  • Nick Swardson (actor in many Happy Madison Productions films): Accused people who criticize the movies that he has written of criticizing the movie for no reason. He also states that he "laughs" at them because it's "just so embarrassing" and "It makes them look like such morons."
  • Nicki Minaj: Threatened to kill Mariah Carey on American Idol, called Cardi B a disgusting pig for making fun of someone's dead child, and mocked Aaliyah's death. Accused Spotify, Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott, and their child Stormi Webster over her album Queen not reaching the number 1 spot on the Billboard 200, saying that Travis Scott was using “album tour bundles” with a tour that was not announced yet. Married Kenneth Petty, who is a registered sex offender in California, Disrepected Rosa Parks in her song called "Yikes".
  • Nicole Arbour: Physically and psychologically abused and manipulated Matthew Santoro in addition to having him distance himself from his friends and family in favor of her while they were dating, eventually leading to their break-up. Said that depression isn't real. Her video "Dear Fat People" has been criticized as fat-shaming. Made "The Most Offensive Video Ever" as a response to everyone who criticized her "Dear Fat People" video, showing that she has no shame for her actions.
  • Nikocado Avocado (YouTuber): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Ninja (streamer): Claimed that those who play video games for fun have a "weak mindset" and that those who let go of their anger after having a bad time playing a game "lost twice".
  • NLE Choppa (rapper); Promoted a lot of conspiracy theories like his song "Paradise" having a anti-vax lyric, "Protect" where he calls vaccines the mark of the beast and claims the government is using COVID as a tracker, Believes that George Soros funded BLM, and claims that Elon Musk is an alien.
  • Nobuhiko Okamoto (Katsuki Bakugo from My Hero Academia and Khun Aguero Agnes from Tower of God): Cheated on his wife, fellow voice actress Asuka Ogame, with a prostitute.
  • Nobuhiro Watsuki (author of Rurouni Kenshin): Charged for child pornography, leading to a fine of 200,000 yen.
  • Nora Reed: Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Nora The Wolf (Twitter and Instagram user): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.

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  • O.J. Simpson: Has been deemed guilty on 12 counts of robbery and kidnapping charges. He has also been accused of murder, which led to a highly publicized trial against him, but he was acquitted for the crime.
  • Oliver Stone: Compared Donald Trump to "Beelzebub", the biblical demonic figure, in April 2018. Despite his actions, he has faced accusations of sex crimes and drawn criticism for defending Harvey Weinstein.
  • Olivia Munn: Has asserted that white people should not be allowed to direct films meant to "tell Black stories, Asian stories, Latinx stories.”
  • Onision (YouTuber): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Oprah Winfrey (talk show host): Has turned against Michael Jackson over a lie, yet she is friends with Harvey Weinstein (who actually is a pedophile) and created the After Neverland program.
  • Orlando Brown (That's So Raven actor): Was arrested for drug possession and resisting arrest.
  • Orson Scott Card (author of Ender’s Game): Has written a story set in an alternate universe where Barack Obama is a Hitler-like dictator, which received widespread criticism.
  • Owen Benjamin: Has advocated for the return of slavery to enslave Shaun King and said in one YouTube Livestream "Really what he was trying to do was clean Germany, clean it off the parasites, of the fleas. He did not hate Jews. He hated filth and he was trying to clean up" (when talking about Adolf Hitler), "Jews run our entire media, all of Hollywood, all of the pornography", and "Nobody wants any of it and it's all Jews!" while also being a Holocaust denier, showing off antisemitism. Ironically, one of his comedy influences, Adam Sandler, has stated his family is Jewish.

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  • Paris Hilton: Has her own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Pat Boone (1950s singer): Wrote an article comparing liberalism to cancer in 2009, likening them to “black filthy cells,” showing that he is really biased against liberals. After Saturday Night Live made a satire on the awful Christian film God’s Not Dead 2, Boone called on the Federal Communications Commission to punish the show for “blasphemy.”
  • Pat Contri (Pat the NES Punk): Insulted gamers who disliked the Diablo: Immortal announcement, calling them babies in a podcast. It backfired heavily, resulting in 46k downvotes.
  • Pat Robertson: Had business dealings with Charles Taylor and Mobutu Sese Seko. Agreed with Jerry Falwell that "gays were responsible for 9/11".
  • Patricia Arquette: Has called for Americans to shut down their economy to oust Trump.
  • Patrick McHale (The creator of Over The Garden Wall): Was psychologically abusive to actress Charlyne Yi.
  • Patrick Smith† (kickboxer and mixed martial artist): Was convicted of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl in 1999. Was also arrested for failing to register as a sex offender in 2008.
  • PatrickStarrr (YouTuber): His performance during the 2019 Streamy Awards was little more than forced, obnoxious pandering to the LGBT community. This resulted in supporters and members of the LGBT community calling him out for his forced pandering.
  • Patrick Stump (Lead Vocalist of Fall Out Boy): Arrested for driving without a valid license in 2009.
  • Patton Oswalt: Mocked James Rolfe for deciding not to see the Ghostbusters reboot. Tweeted that he imagines Trump supporters dying from coronavirus.
  • Paul F. Tompkins: Stated that he was glad that Rush Limbaugh "lived long enough to get cancer and die.”
  • Paul Joseph Watson (YouTuber): Has made several ridiculous claims, such as “conservatism is the new counter-culture”, “conservative women are hotter then liberal woman”, and “love is a mental illness”. Has also insulted people with depression and people with tattoos, which resulted in several people calling him out for it.
  • Paul Reubens (Pee-Wee Herman): Was arrested for indecent exposure in an adult theater in Florida in July 1991. In November 2002, police found over 70,000 items of kitsch memorabilia, two grainy videotapes, and dozens of photographs at his home; which the city attorney's office characterized as a collection of child pornography in March 2004.
  • Paula Deen: Stated she hated Americans despite being white. Stated she wanted to make a party with black people being dressed as slaves and attempted to defend herself by saying that she was not a racist despite the fact she said that.
  • Paula Poundstone (comedian/actress): Was charged with felony and child endangerment in connection with driving while intoxicated with children in the car. She was also charged with three counts of lewd acts upon a girl younger than 14 from 2001 to 2002.
  • Peagusus (youtuber): Can't take criticism, so he made 3 videos about people that are "stupid", which is nothing more than him illustrating that he can't take crticism, and said that he was "losing brain cells". Also, he said that people who miss out on his videos "suck".
  • Pedro Pascal (The Mandalorian from The Mandalorian): Following the 2020 election, he compared Donald Trump supporters to Nazis.
  • Peluchin Entertainment (Chilean Internet personality): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Perez Hilton: Attacks young teenagers for wearing bathing suits in his TikTok Videos.
  • Peter Ramsey (director of Rise of the Guardians and co-director of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse): When fans called him out for openly supporting Antifa, he had a meltdown on Twitter and called his fans "whining, entitled little bitches".
  • Peyton Reed (director of Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp) Mocked viewers' outrage and demands for equality over the women-only screenings of Wonder Woman hosted by Alamo Drafthouse.
  • Phil Fish (indie video game developer): Has his own page on Crappy Games Wiki.
  • Phil Robertson (Duck Dynasty star): Claimed that liberals are under the influence of Satan and have killed more people than Stalin and Hitler combined at CPAC 2015.He also believed that STDs were the legacy of Nazis, Communists, beatniks, and hippies.
  • Phil Spector† (record producer): Murdered actress Lana Clarkson in 2003, which caused him to be arrested in 2009. Ramones and Darlene Love called out him for his abusive behavior, forced his ex-wife Ronnie Spector, pulling a gun on her, and forcing her to sign a divorce settlement that reportedly cut her out of future records earning, calling him a lousy husband when he died and pulled a gun on voice actor Billy West.
  • Phillip Butters (host of Combutters): Is racist and homophobic, as he once insulted the black Ecuadorian soccer player Felipe Caicedo by calling him "monkey" or "gorilla" and he once commented that if he saw two gays or lesbians kissing in front of his daughter's daycare he would ask them to leave or else he would kick them. He also can't handle criticism and aggresively tries to demonstrate that what he says and thinks is right.
  • Phill Lewis (Mr. Moseby from Suite Life of Zack and Cody and Suite Life on Deck): In late December 1991, he was charged for drunk driving resulting in the death of a 21 year old woman named Isabel Duarte.
  • Pierre Taki (Japanese voice of Olaf in Frozen and Kingdom Hearts III): Arrested for cocaine use, leading to him being replaced in the video games Judgment and the aforementioned Kingdom Hearts III, as well as Japanese Frozen DVDs and Blu-rays being recalled.
  • Playboi Carti (rapper): Arrested for domestic abuse charges after arguing with his girlfriend. He also punched a driver during his concert tour, Threaten to kill Millian, Yung Bans, and a close friend of Millian's after his unreleased song "Butterfly Coupe" was scrapped.
  • Prince Ea: Tried to sugarcoat depression in one of the videos and tried to double down on it, as well as make other claims about mental illnesses without any proof, such as ADHD being caused by media consumption, which caused backlash from fans. Has constantly complained about how humans are addicted to social media, yet advertises his social media at the end of every video and is very active on said media as well. When he was criticized for his actions by Boyinaband and Leafyishere, he tried to make it an issue about race when it wasn’t at all.
  • Prison Mate Luke (YouTuber): Called JUST A ROBOT racist for including a black character in one of his videos mistaking it for JARs character calling it "digital black face".
  • Pua Magasiva† (Shane from Power Rangers Ninja Storm): Was convicted of domestic assault on his wife.

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  • R. Kelly: Is a pedophile, as he married the late Aaliyah when she was 15 years old, had sex with a younger girl and urinated on her mouth, and has done the same with others, which resulted in him being charged for 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse and 13 counts of child pornography.
  • Rachel Butera (Leia Organa in Star Wars Battlefront II): Mocked the voice of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, a sexual assault survivor who testified on Capitol Hill about her case, on a Twitter post. The resulting backlash led Butera's role as Leia Organa to be recast in Star Wars Resistance with Carolynn Hennesy.
  • Rachel Glass (Elma from the English dub of Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid): Retweeted a tweet posted by Charlotte Clymer that said exactly this: "Friendly Reminder: Black NFL players have been protesting the white supremacy, not the National Anthem. Also: A friendly reminder that our military serves in defense of the Constitution, not the National Anthem. Also: Donald Trump doesn't know the words to the National Anthem"
  • Rainn Wilson (Dwight Schrute from The Office U.S. version): Politicized the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas by saying the biggest threat to America is angry white men with guns.
  • Randi Mayem Singer: After Rush Limbaugh died, she claimed that he "spewed lies and sowed seeds of hate and division for decades" and told people to unfollow her if they did not agree with her.
  • Randy Orton (professional wrestler): Said "Americans are dying. Pigment of skin doesn't matter. American people matter." However, he later drastically changed his opinion to "All lives DO matter, but the point I was trying to make is that I finally realized that until #BlackLivesMatters, they can’t" in a clumsy contradictory publicity stunt made to pander to the black community.
  • Ray William Johnson (YouTuber): When YouTuber Hoover made a video criticizing Ray's band and his singing, Ray threw a hissy fit and copyright struck his video even though it fell under Fair Use.
  • Reese Witherspoon (Elle Woods from Legally Blonde): Yelled at a police officer when her husband was arrested for a DUI, leading her to be arrested too for disorderly conduct.
  • Regina Duarte (actress, former minister of the Brazilian Federal Government's Secretary of Culture): She acted heinously in her interview on CNN Brasil and supported the already terrible president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro.
  • Remigio Pereira (former member of The Tenors): Clumsily tried to support All Lives Matter by changing the line in the Canadian national anthem, "O Canada", during the 2016 MLB All-Star Game, "With glowing hearts we see thee rise, the true north strong and free," to "We're all brothers and sisters. All lives matter to the brave". He tried to cover it up by claiming that he was singing the French lyrics translated into English, even though it was the English version the Tenors were singing, and the actual French line translates to "For your arm knows how to wield the sword, your arm knows how to carry the cross", meaning Pereira was lying to try to cover it up. He was fired from the group following the incident.
  • Rene Naufahu (Mentor Ji from Power Rangers (Super) Samurai): Was placed under house arrest as punishment for six charges of indecent assault.
  • Rian Johnson (director of Star Wars: The Last Jedi): Blamed Gamergate for Star Wars fans' dissatisfaction with the drop in quality of Star Wars products. Also admitted in an interview that he does not care about the Star Wars franchise.
  • Ricardo Medina Jr. (Cole Evans from Power Rangers: Wild Force): Murdered his roommate with a katana he kept in his bedroom just because they were arguing and on very bad terms at the time.
  • Richard Benson: Gets revenge on people who throw certain objects at him, threatened the Italian Music Charts over his album L’Inferno Dei Vivi not being on top of the Album Charts, and his fans claim that he likes it when people throw things at him, but he does not.
  • Richard Burgess (Vegan Gains): Has contributed to vegans getting a bad name with his highly controversial actions, such as making fun of vegan bodybuilder Furious Pete because of his cancer, making death threats, trying to use his grandfather's death to promote veganism, and being obsessed with knives, which has caused people to become concerned for his psychiatric well-being.
  • Richard Epcar (Old Joseph Joestar from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Daisuke Jigen from Lupin The Third, Batou from Ghost in the Shell): Trolled Trump supporters by telling them to "Keep drinking the bleach". Claims to be against racism, yet had the audacity to ask a fan how he can be a conservative while being bisexual and Mexican.
  • Richard Finch (musician, not to be confused with the similarly-named sportsmen or Quaker): Is an ephebophile who got a seven-year prison sentence for having sexual contact with a 17-year-old and, according to police, admitted to doing so with other teens aged 13 to 17 as well.
  • Richard La Ruina (creator of Super Seducer): Even though he is British, he still insulted British women, calling them “overweight and entitled”, which is just very hypocritical, sexist and xenophobic. Filed a false DMCA against YouTuber IAmPattyJack just for criticizing his game and started a Twitter fight with him.
  • Rihanna (singer): Constantly treats her own fans like trash. Examples of this include not even turning her back at her dressing room to see some fans of her and requesting a backup dancer to forge her signature when they asked her for autographs before shooing them away. She also mocked the prom dress of a 16-year-old fan Alexis Carter, who wore one inspired in a bat outfit Rihanna wore in 2010, on her Twitter account.
  • Rob Cohen (director of xXx and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor): Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Rob Reiner: Called Trump supporters bigoted white males who don't have college degrees. Formed a committee to investigate Russia's ties in the 2016 election in spite of the fact that the theory was disproven. Despite acting like a liberal, he directed North, quite possibly the most racist film ever made. Following Rush Limbaugh's death, he stated that "there is no scarcity of purveyors of disinformation left in his wake. To protect our Democracy we must remain vigilant in calling out their big lies. Starting with climate change.”
  • Robert De Niro: Stated that he would like to punch Donald Trump in the face and believes that he and all of his relatives have "not any redeeming qualities". Claims that he is not anti-vaccine, yet believes they cause autism and supported the anti-vaccine documentary Vaxxed.
  • Robert Hughes (Australian actor): Was convicted of sexual offenses against children and sentenced to 10 years and 9 months' imprisonment with a minimum non-parole period of 6 years.
  • Robin Thicke (singer and actor): He made a rather tasteless joke about "degrading women" during an interview with QQC. His song "Blurred Lines" trivializes consent and promotes date rape.
  • Robyn Byrd: Has her own page.
  • Rolf Harris: Committed twelve counts of indecent assault on four teenage female victims during the 1970s and 1980s, which eventually led to him being jailed for five years and nine months in prison in July 2014 and being stripped of many of the honors he had been awarded during his career.
  • Roman Polanski (film director): He is known for drugging and raping a 13-year old Samantha Geimer in 1977 after asking Geimer's mother to let her come to Jack Nicholson's house so he could photograph the girl privately for the French edition of Vogue. While he pleaded guilty for unlawful sex with a minor, upon realizing that the judge was going to reject his plea deal and order his incarceration and deportation, Polanski fled to Paris and has remained in France since then to avoid being arrested for his crimes. He rarely leaves France, so Interpol can't arrest him.
  • Ron Cicero and Kimo Easterwood (directors of Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren & Stimpy Story): Despite caring about the documentary's crowdfunding backers, they selfishly said: "let alone get rich". Also used without permission the thumbnail of the now removed Fairly OddParents video from YouTuber ToonrificTariq in the documentary.
  • Ron Perlman (Hellboy from Hellboy and Slade from Teen Titans, Hellboy in Hellboy and The Lich in Adventure Time): Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Roosh V (blogger and writer): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Rosanna Arquette: Tweeted that's she's sorry she was born white and privileged and how it disgusts her. Also showed a tweet of herself kneeling in front of a dozen American flags, saying she'll never stand for the flag again. Raged at unspecified politicians that women will vote the "misogynistic pigs" out of office. After Rush Limbaugh died, she wrote on Twitter “It’s a real shame when someone wasted their lives spewing hate and lies. what Lonely sad and empty place it must be at the end.” In April 2021, she wrote on Twitter that “The R in Republican Party stands for RACIST.”
  • Rose McGowan (Tatum Riley from Scream): Has her own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Roseanne Barr: Blamed Michelle Obama for getting her show canceled and her infamous National Anthem incident in 1990. Shoehorned politics into the Roseanne revival and compared Valerie Jarrett to an ape, which infamously got her show canceled and replaced with a spin-off, The Conners. Called the COVID-19 outbreak a conspiracy to get rid of her generation.
  • Rosie O'Donnell (Terk in Disney's Tarzan): Although she hated Trump for years, she crossed the line when she endorsed the Push Trump Off A Cliff Again game, despite the fact it was very offensive to the United States Government.
  • Rush Limbaugh†: Read the names of people dying from AIDS and celebrated it by playing horns and music over them during the AIDS crisis. Mocked Michael J. Fox for having Parkinson's disease.
  • Ry McKeand (Rito Yuki from To Love Ru): Wrote "Hard same" under Dawn Bennett's tweet and liked Leah Clark's disparaging tweet about Vic Mignogna lightening the mood during the pandemic. She even called Vic a "piece of shit" in his own retweet on the video after saying that he didn't care that he was joking.
  • Ryan Colt Levy (Squalo from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure): Demanded for more representation in anime and liked Mike Haimoto's aforementioned tweet, even commenting "Feeling this very much" under it.

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  • Saladin Ahmed (comic book writer): He is anti-Israel and anti-United States.
  • Sally Field (Miranda Hillard in Mrs. Doubtfire and Aunt May in The Amazing Spider-Man duology): Is fully aware people are sick of hearing actors discuss politics, but doesn't care.
  • Sam Biddle (technology journalist): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Sam Harris (atheist blogger): Said that Osama Bin Laden is “far more understandable” and “far less reprehensible” than Donald Trump in addition to comparing the latter to Adolf Hitler in one of his podcasts.
  • Sam Hunt (singer): Was arrested for DUI. [3]
  • Samantha Inoue-Harte: Hoaxed a swatting attempt in an attempt to discredit Vic Migonogna's supporters. Was also part of the "investigation" Funimation had to look up Vic Migonogna's past.
  • Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Mace Windu from the Star Wars franchise, Ray Arnold from Jurassic Park, Lucius Best/Frozone from The Incredibles and Incredibles 2, Elijah Price/Mr. Glass from the Unbreakable franchise and Jules Winnfield from Pulp Fiction): Doesn’t "give an f—k" if he alienated his audience over Trump and that Trump supporters don’t see his movies.
  • Sarah Silverman (Vanellope von Schweetz from Wreck-It Ralph and Ralph Breaks the Internet): Made a tweet mistaking road construction markings for Nazi symbols, which backfired heavily.
  • Sarah Wiedenheft (Tohru from Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid): Did nothing about her pedophiliac brother's charges, supports child abuse, and joined #KickVic for the sake of keeping her job at Funimation. Ironically, she also says that her brother is "innocent".
  • Scarlett Johansson (Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ash from Sing, Rosie Betzler from Jojo Rabbit and Princess Mindy from The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie) : Blasted James Franco at the Women's March.
  • Scott Freeman (former voice of England from Hetalia, Iseei Hyodou from High School DxD): Arrested and fired from Funimation in 2015 for 8 counts of possessing child pornography.
  • Scott Stapp (Creed singer): Believes he is a ‘CIA agent tasked with killing Barack Obama’ while riding on a bike shirtless fleeing from his family home.
  • Sean K. McKeever: Labelled fans of the Zack Snyder cut of Justice League as terrorists.
  • Sean Penn: Praised Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez and called for the arrest of journalists who called him a dictator. Despite being a liberal, he made a joke about a green card during the 87th Oscar awards, which is considered offensive to Latinos and legal immigrants.
  • Sean Schemmel: Has his own page.
  • Seth Rogen (actor): Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Seungri (former member of Big Bang): Along with several others, was caught sharing spy-cam footage of women who had been recorded during sex without their knowledge.
  • Shane Dawson (YouTuber): Made a video of him pretending to masturbate to a picture of Willow Smith (who was 11-years-old at the time).
  • Shannon McCormick (Ozpin from RWBY, Washington from Red vs Blue, Quartermaster from Camp Camp): Not only does he support #KickVic, but he also doxxed #IStandWithVic supporter ThatUmbrellaGuy and insulted supporters of the hashtag.
  • Shannon Richardson (The Walking Dead actress): Has sent ricin-laced letters to Barack Obama and Michael Bloomberg in an attempt to frame her husband. She was sentenced to 18 years in prison for her actions.
  • Shaun (YouTuber): Defended Anita Sarkeesian when TL;DR criticized her brand of feminism. Characterized Carl Benjamin (a.k.a. Sargon of Akkad) as a harasser of innocent women and a white nationalist.
  • Shawn Mendes (singer): Similar to his girlfriend Camilla Cabello, he made racist remarks to African-Americans and Latin-Americans and deflected the blame to his friends. He is also known for treating his fans like trash as shown in this video.
  • Shia LaBeouf (Sam Witwicky in the first three Transformers films and Mutt Willaims in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull): After being arrested for a drunken tirade, he blamed his problems on "white privilege".
  • Shin Ji-min (former member of AOA; not to be confused with Jimin of BTS, who's on the same list): Was exposed by former AOA member Kwon Mi-na of bullying her for a decade and nearly causing Mina to kill herself (Mina also posted a photo of her scarred wrist). Since the allegations, she has left AOA and the entertainment industry.
  • Shirley MacLaine (sister of Warren Beatty): Claimed Stephen Hawking caused himself to develop ALS to better focus on physics and that the Holocaust was a form of karma which the victims were experiencing, which received considerable backlash.
  • Shunsuke Takasugi (Kazuya Oki/Kamen Rider Super-1): In 2013, he swindled 50 million yen (about US $450,000) from his fans from 2003 to 2012. He used the influence of his role as Kazuya Oki/Kamen Rider Super-1 to cheat his fans and refused to return the money. He said that this was because "Super-1's driver was taken by the Yakuza (JP gangsters) and I need money to get it back." He refused to appear in court after he was sued and disappeared sometime in 2017. [4]
  • Sia (singer; Songbird Serenade from My Little Pony: The Movie (2017)): Has her own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Silentó (rapper): Was arrested for murder charges after shooting his cousin.
  • Silvia Abravanel (Bom Dia & Cia host, daughter of SBT's owner Silvio Santos): Has her own page.
  • Silvio Santos (TV host, television personality and SBT's owner): Has his own page.
  • Simu Liu: Has called for the defunding and abolishment of police. He also believes in systemic racism.
  • Sinéad O'Connor: Presented a photo of Pope John Paul II on camera while singing the song "War", then tore it up into pieces and threw the shreds onto the camera saying "Fight the real enemy", causing her to be banned from SNL.
  • Sioban Thompson: Mocked Rush Limbaugh following the latter's death, stating that he "died 69 years later than he shoulda.” She also insulted Rush's fans, calling them disabled.
  • Skai Jackson (former Disney child star; Zuri Ross from Jessie and Bunk'd): Has her own page.
  • Skyler Page (creator of Clarence): Sexually harassed Adventure Time crew member Emily Partridge, which got him fired from Clarence in 2014.
  • SmokeHijabi (ILOVEFRiDAY): See Xeno Carr. Also regularly uses the n-word in her songs despite not being black.
  • Snoop Dogg: Supported Hillary Clinton solely because she is a woman without giving any other reasons. Attacked Trump supporters and Kanye West in this clip [5]. Supports Bill Cosby being freed from prison.
  • Sofie Hagen: Demanded the removal of a Twitter ad made by Cancer Research UK that stated, "Ob_s_ _y is a cause of cancer," and even said dieting is one of the worst things to do to your body.
  • Sonny Landham†: Spoke at the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens in 2005 and in 2008 and repeatedly called for genocide against Arabs, calling them rag-heads and camel dung shovers. This resulted in the Libertarian Party kicking him out of the organization.
  • Soulja Boy (rapper): Has sent death threats to people (i.e. Chief Keef). Sold SouljaGame consoles, which were rebranded consoles from AliExpress with a higher price than the original consoles, and claimed what he was doing was legal and he wouldn't get in trouble for it.
  • Spade Cooley† (Western swing musician): Murdered his second wife, Ella Mae Evans, and his career ended in 1961 when he was arrested and convicted for the brutal murder, which gave him jail time.
  • Spencer Hawk (a.k.a. Gupi): Said he didn't want PewdiePie listening to his music and claimed he wanted a streaming block list. When he got backlash for this, he stated that if curating his fan base to beliefs that align with his is childish, then he'd rather be a child.
  • SSSniperWolf (YouTuber): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Stacey Dash (Fox News host, Dionne Davenport from Clueless): Was arrested and charged for battery in Florida.
  • Stefan Molyneux: Claimed that the 2017 Wonder Woman is 'anti-male'. Supports a white ethnostate. Thinks Star Wars: The Last Jedi references white genocide out of all things. Believes black people's lives were better before 1965, which was the year the Jim Crow Laws ended.
  • Stephanie Sheh (Mona from WarioWare, Hinata Hyuga from Naruto, Orihime Inoue from Bleach, Mikan Tsumiki from Danganronpa, Mitsuha Miyamizu from Your Name, Nui Harime from Kill la Kill, Julia Chang from Tekken, and Megumi and Yaya Panda from Crash Bandicoot): Told her fans who voted for Donald Trump or did not vote at all during the 2016 election to unfollow her and that they weren't true fans of hers.
  • Stephanie Wittels: Said that anyone who still supports the Republican party actively supports racism, intolerance, hatred, and bigotry and called them all "terrible people" and "racists".
  • Stephen Baldwin: Threatened to leave the country if Obama was re-elected, but didn’t keep his promise.
  • Stephen King (author): Not only did he apologize for his statement about choosing art over diversity, but he also doubled down on his SJW catering by accusing the Academy Awards of being rigged for white men.
  • Stephen Jimenez (author): made the novel The Book of Matt, which defames Matthew Shepard by saying his death was about him selling drugs when, in reality, there were no hard drugs in his system in the autopsy.
  • Steve Blum (Spike Siegel from Cowboy Bebop, Orichimaru and Zabuza Momochi from Naruto, Mugen from Samurai Champloo, TOM from Toonami): Claims that he doesn't care about politics, yet constantly complains about the Republican party and belittles his conservative fans. Stated in his Black Lives Matter speech as TOM that if you say "All Lives Matter" you're automatically "racist", despite being white himself.
  • Steve Harvey (host of Family Feud since 2010): Said that people who are atheists are "idiots" and that people shouldn't date them.
  • Steven Crowder (host of Louder with Crowder): Claims that he isn’t a climate change denier, yet has made several videos trying to “debunk” climate change. In addition, his Debunked: Top 5 “Climate Change” Myths video was highly criticized for his poor understanding and research of the topic. Painted Islam founder Muhammad with period blood while dressing up as Bob Ross. Holds heavy bias against liberals.
  • Steven Seagal: Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Stoney Westmoreland (former Disney actor; Ham Mack from Andi Mack): Enticed a 13-year-old for sex, resulting in his arrest and firing from Disney.
  • Stuart D. Baker (Early Culyer from Squidbillies): Called Dolly Parton a "bimbo" and "slut" in response to her support of Black Lives Matter and other offensive posts, including one where he accused liberals of being "Un-American" and "forsaking their own race" and asked them to leave the country, which eventually resulted in his firing.
  • Stuart Hall (former presenter): Was charged with multiple sexual offenses committed over a 20-year period. He initially denied any wrongdoing, but pleaded guilty in April 2013 to having indecently assaulted 13 girls, aged between 9 and 17 years old, between 1967 and 1986.
  • Suge Knight: Numerous legal issues, most notably assault, armed robbery, and parole violations.
  • SungWon Cho (ProZD): Made fun of verified Twitter users in one of his videos, but, like a hypocrite, has started blocking users who he disagrees with. Supports #KickVic and falsely accused Joaquin Phoenix of acting like a "loose 5 year old" and attacking people during the filming of the 2019 film Joker.
  • Susan Wojicicki (CEO of YouTube): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.

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  • T1J: His YouTube channel contains SJW propaganda, such as labeling The Simpsons crew's response to the Apu controversy as "lazy", supporting the concept of "cultural appropriation", and defending Anita Sarkeesian.
  • T.J. Miller: Despite his "noble claims," he once made a bomb threat while under the influence of alcohol and has been accused of sexual harassment.
  • Tairrie B: Much of her music consists of man-bashing and is very pro-SocJus.
  • Tana Mongeau (YouTuber): Told Idubbbz to kill himself for using the N-word, but, as a hypocrite, has used the word multiple times herself.
  • Tara Strong: Claims to be against hate, but has wished death upon Trump. Re-tweeted a post by Pope Francis out of context just to childishly answer it with a delirious sentence in Spanish in which she compares Trump to a Nazi. Liked previously mentioned Charlie Sheen's tweet. Yelled at an uber driver for supporting Donald Trump and filmed it, but took it down due to backlash.
  • Tati Westbrook: Urged her fans to harass James Charles and used a vitamin company that Charles was using as an excuse. Charles rebuffed those claims, and as a result, this backfired heavily.
  • Tatsuya Matsuki (Creator of the manga Act-Age): Sexuality harassed underaged girls
  • Tay-K (rapper): Was convicted for capital murder and aggravated robbery. He was sentenced to 55 years in prison.
  • Taylor Swift (singer): Doubled down on her apolitical stance to endorse a Democrat politician, despite the politician being a man, and claimed his opponent was anti-LGBT. Her latest music video for "You Need To Calm Down" also mocks critics of LGBT by using the southern redneck stereotype, and, to add some salt to the injury, she used the stereotype again in her performance at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards. Made memorial artwork of tolmachevy sisters in heaven being greeted by Elvis Presley.
  • Ted Nugent: Stated that if Obama was re-elected president in November 2012, he would be either dead or in jail. Has also called Obama a subhuman mongrel. This resulted in the Secret Service visiting him for the former and Greg Abbott distancing himself from Nugent for the latter.
  • Teddy Sinclair (singer and former X Factor New Zealand judge, also known as Natalia Kills): Back in 2015, she (along with her husband Willy Moon) had beef with X Factor New Zealand contestant Joe Irvine and proceeded to falsely accuse him of copying her husband just because he wore a suit and very rudely cussed him out, which led to her getting fired as a judge. Also can’t handle any criticism at all due to her bratty attitude.
  • Temuera Morrison (Jango Fett from Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, Jake Heke from Once Were Warriors): Assaulted a 17-year-old boy, believing he set a real estate sign on fire as part of a group when he wasn't in 1999.
  • Terry Richardson (music video director): Sexually harassed multiple models in the shooting of the unreleased Do What U Wantmusic video by Lady Gaga.
  • Tess Holliday (Model, Founder of #EffYourBeautyStandards): Rabid supporter of the Fat Acceptance Movement who is very disrespectful and rude to anyone with any opposing views as her. Claims to be against body shaming of all forms, yet she constantly downplays the existence of skinny shaming. Insulted a man for losing weight, and said "if a mediocre white man can love his body, so can you". Called all right-wingers, even the centrists' ones, "racist" and said that racism against white people doesn't exist, despite being white herself.
  • Tessa Thompson (actress): Called Cuties "a beautiful film".
  • That Vegan Teacher (YouTuber and former TikToker): Has her own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • The Distributist: Made a video arguing that Anita Sarkeesian is right about video games, despite her history of dishonesty and claims having been debunked by other YouTube users.
  • The Infinite Source (YouTuber): Scammed his followers on Vimeo by claiming he was making “Vimeo Exclusive” rap battles only to then reupload them to his YouTube channel. Has told his critics to “fuck off”, which shows that he can’t handle criticism.
  • The Thing of the Name: Made a video defending Anita Sarkeesian.
  • Tiger Woods: In 2017, he pleaded guilty to reckless driving. He received a year of probation, was fined $250, and ordered to undergo 50 hours of community service along with regular drug tests.
  • Tila Tequila: Has posted several tweets that say positive things about Adolf Hitler, even so going far as to wish him a happy birthday.
  • Tim Pool (YouTuber): Said that apolitical people need “to start speaking out”. Has criticized Twitter for its left-wing bias, yet has hypocritically used several sources that suffer from a serious right-wing bias, including the likes of The Daily Mail and Breitbart. He has also falsely accused NYC officials of shutting down a 9/11 memorial and it was in actuality a private museum not controlled by the government that was shut down due to COVID-19 concerns.
  • Tim Schafer: Supports Anita Sarkeesian and opposes Gamergate due to the supposed “harassment” that is coming from the consumer revolt.
  • Timothy Heller: Accused Melanie Martinez of rape for negative attention. She later did the same thing to Billie Eilish.
  • TJ Kirk (Amazing Atheist): Has childishly blocked the followers of Cult of Dusty on Twitter, claiming they have “toxic stupidity” even though he has hypocritically criticized Steve Shives for doing just that back in 2016. When Steven Crowder got into a fight with another man back in 2012, TJ accused Crowder of starting the fight, even though there is no evidence to suggest that he did so. He also made a rather insensitive post towards Amanda Todd in the wake of her suicide.
  • TmarTn (YouTuber): Secretly owned the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive lottery site while promoting it, along with Tom Cassell, violating FTC laws. He used his dog for pity in his “apology” video to try to downplay this controversy.
  • Tobey Maguire (Peter Parker/Spider-Man from the Spider-Man Trilogy): Treats his fans like trash, such as refusing to sign autographs, slapping a camera out a fan's hand, and demanding to be referred to as "Tugboat Maguire".
  • Toby Willis (Television personality from The Willis Clan and The Willis Family): was arrested in Kentucky on September 9, 2016 after fleeing there to avoid arrest on a child rape that occurred in Nashville back in 2004, causing The Willis Family and The Willis Clan to be cancelled, pleaded guilty to four counts of child rape, and received two 25-year sentences on two counts and two 40-year sentences on the other two.
  • Todd Garner: Stated that the reason why Johnny Cage will not appear in the upcoming Mortal Kombat movie is because the character is white.
  • Todd Nathanson (Todd in the Shadows): Anti-GamerGate to the point of claiming that JewWario would have never supported the movement and arguing that the movement's supporters are "the worst people in history". While his anti-GamerGate tweets have been deleted, evidence of them can still be found through a Twitter search and a picture of the JewWario one was briefly featured on the 2:54 time stamp of this video by TheGamerFromMars.
  • Tolmachevy Sisters†: Signed a partnership with Elvis Presley Enterprises without permission from the Graceland estate as part of the deal with the Educational Media Foundation. Led the #StopTheSteal. Defended Donald Trump, & swooned at baby Jett Salyers by calling him “Little Cowboy”. Pro-lifers who performed while pregnant at Vegas reopening, led to their premature death from childbirth complications alongside their little baby boys named Junior.
  • Tom Arnold: Told Candace Owens to “suck racist dick.”
  • Tom Clancy†: Claimed that left-wing politicians were responsible for 9/11 due to their “gutting” of the Central Intelligence Agency. What he failed to realize is that Al-Qaeda terrorists were responsible for the attack.
  • Tom Cruise: Was aware of Scientology's shady acts and even participated in them [6], had a total meltdown at the film crew of Mission: Impossible 7 for not paying COVID-19 rules during the upcoming film, causing 5 crew members to leave.
  • Tom Hanks (Woody from the Toy Story franchise and the titular character from Forrest Gump): Claimed the Pacific Theater of World War II was a war of ‘racism and terror,’ comparing it to wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Tom MacDonald (rapper): His lyrical content glorifies PC culture and he blocks people on Twitter for giving him minor criticism or making jokes about him, which shows that he can't handle criticism.
  • Tom Morello (guitarist of Rage Against the Machine): has expressed endorsement for the Peruvian organization Shining Path and has defended them by deflecting reports of their atrocities. He also carries a sticker of that organization on one of his guitars.
  • Tomi Lahren (host of Tomi): Made a tweet comparing the BLM movement to the KKK.
  • Tommy Wiseau (actor, director, and producer): Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Tony Leung Ka-Fai (Hong Kong actor): Along with Jackie Chan, he sided with mainland China to oppose the Pro-Democracy movement in Hong Kong.
  • Tony Lopez (TikTok star): Groomed a 15-year-old girl.
  • Tony Todd (Dreadwing from Transformers: Prime): At a convention in summer 2012, Tony Todd himself spoiled Dreadwing's death at the end of the second season, much to the ire of fans present. Thankfully, this leak wasn't spread among the Transformers fandom.
  • Trevor Noah (host of The Daily Show): Is shilling for the Chinese government by believing their claims that the Coronavirus originated in America. Criticized a group of people who shot three rioters, all three of whom were previously convicted criminals, in order to defend their business property, showing that he is against people defending businesses from rioters.
  • Tsunenori Aoki (Kamen Rider Duke from Kamen Rider Gaim): In early-March 2018, he was arrested for indecent assault and was released from his agency a month later. On April 20 of the same year, he was arrested again for another act of indecent assault.
  • Turkey Tom (YouTuber): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Tyler Malka (Owner of NeoGAF): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Tyra Banks (model/TV personality): Often fires people just because they look at her in a way she doesn't like. Assaulted a child backstage during the auditions of the twelfth season of America's Got Talent.
  • Tyrone Magnus: Said that The Last of Us Part II potentially winning the 2020 Game of the Year award would be the video game equivalent of George Floyd's murder.

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  • Wade Robson: Has his own page on Awful Movies Wiki.
  • Wanda Sykes: Flipped off her own audience and shouted "fuck you" to them after they booed her for an anti-Trump statement.
  • Wendee Lee (Haruhi Suzumiya from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Konata Izumi from Lucky Star, Fuuka Yamagishi from Persona 3, Yoruichi Shihouin and Tatsuki Arisawa from Bleach, Lisa Lisa from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, and Trish and Eva in Devil May Cry 5): Blocked a fan on Twitter over a disagreement surrounding Joe Biden's run for President in the 2020 election, hid his replies, and even told him he had no chance of becoming a voice actor anymore.
  • Wendy Williams (television presenter): She mocked Joaquin Phoenix’s cleft lip. She also mocked the death of Drew Carey's former fiancé Amie Harwick. Supports women lying to their husbands/boyfriends about them being pregnant if they want to have a kid. Made fun of Terry Crews when he came out about being sexually assaulted.
  • Wesley Snipes (Eric Brooks/Blade from the eponymous film trilogy and Simon Phoenix from Demolition Man): Was convicted of three misdemeanor counts of failing to file tax returns from 1999 to 2001.
  • Wil Wheaton: Defamed PewDiePie by labeling him as a racist and wanted him off Youtube. He also wrote a profile praising Anita Sarkeesian for the 2015 Time 100 event.
  • Will Hayden (reality TV star): Arrested for raping two underaged girls, including his own daughter.
  • William Shatner (James T. Kirk from the Star Trek franchise): Constantly treats his own fans like trash. Examples of this include behaving rudely to volunteers to the point where they actually cry, refusing to take photos of fans if they don’t pose a certain way, and refusing to talk to fans even after they pay hundreds of dollars for an autograph.
  • Winona Ryder (Veronica Sawyer from Heathers, Kim Boggs from Edward Scissorhands, Lydia Deetz from Bettlejuice, and Joyce Byers from Stranger Things): Arrested in 2001 for shoplifting $5,500 worth of clothes and accessories at a Saks Fifth Avenue department store.

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  • Xavier Pace (YouTuber): Has his own page on Rotten Websites Wiki.
  • Xeno Carr: Made a childish diss track on Mia Khalifa over a tweet she did not even make along with SmokeHijabi.
  • Xuxa Meneghel (Brazilian kids host): Tried to cancel Sikêra Júnior's program, Alerta Nacional, as well wanting him fired from RedeTV!, not wanting him calling her Dona Maria, and saying he's a danger to society, despite this not being true, since Sikêra Júnior criticizes pedophiles, marginal people, murderers, and other bad people in its police program, but the Brazilian justice rejected her court orders against him, including the Dona Maria one since they rejected for being censorship of freedom of speech. She accused her ex-manager Marlene Mattos of abuse and theft, which ended up causing Marlene to sue Xuxa for the false accusations.

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