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New Celebrity Apology Index Reveals the Most OFFENSIVE Celebs

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Did you know that there is actually a celebrity apology index that calculates the most offensive celebs?  Hollywood is full of surprises and with that have we got one for you today. New research has counted every public celebrity apology to find out the most apologetic celebs and industries.

most offensive celebs

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  • Justin Bieber, Chris Brown and Kevin Hart top the charts, having apologized the most for insensitive comments and behavior
  • Celebs spend most of their time apologizing for racially ‘offensive’ remarks (25%) and insults (26%)
  • Disparaging remarks about mental health issues (14%) and offending the LGBT community (12%) are also high on the list

It’s never been more dangerous to be a celebrity. With cancel culture in full swing, one clumsy social media post or one drunken mistake can condemn your career before it’s even begun.  

From Keri Hilson blaming COVID-19 on 5G, to Ryan Reynolds apologizing for having a plantation wedding, the data team at CasinoHex decided to track every single public celebrity apology that’s been published on the Internet, to find the most scandalous celebs. 

The Top 10 Most Apologetic Celebrities:  

Name 

Sum of All Apologies 

Justin Bieber 

                      7 

Kevin Hart 

                      5 

Chris Brown 

                      5 

Snoop Dogg 

                      4 

Kanye West 

                      4 

50 Cent 

                      4 

Lili Reinhart 

                      3 

Soulja Boy 

                      3 

Rob Kardashian 

                      3 

Ariana Grande 

                      3 

Wendy Williams 

                      3 

Tracy Morgan 

                      3 

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In total the entertainment industry has made the most public apologies at 29%, followed by sports stars (21%) and musicians / artists (18%).  

Racial Insensitivities 

With regards to what celebrities are apologizing for, the data shows comments and actions relating to insensitivities over racial issues (25%) and insults (26%) dominate. This is followed by offensive comments relating to mental health issues (14%) and the LGBT community (12%).  

Bieber Most Offensive Celeb 

Despite only being 26, it is Justin Bieber who’s crowned the king of celebrity apologies, racking up a total of seven public apologies across the themes of: racial offense (4), breaking the rule of law (1) and being insensitive to mental health issues (2).  

Closely following behind in joint second are Chris Brown and Kevin Hart, racking up 5 public apologies each, with the apologies due to LGBT offense, violence, insults to fellow artists, cheating and being insensitive to mental health issues.  Snoop, Kanye and 50 Cent are close behind with 4 apologies.

The data shows that celebs are slow to learn their lesson with many being repeat offenders, so who will the next #isoverparty be for?  For more insights and to view the complete dataset, please visit: https://onlinecasinohex.ca/celebrity-scandals/.

We hope you liked our research driven article on the most offensive celebs in entertainment, sports and music.  We won’t ever know whose apologies were sincere or not but we’ll keep tracking them.  Excited to find out who will make the next updated list.

Read more celebrity articles at ClichéMag.com
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Interview With Sinqua Walls

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Unless you are living under a rock, you probably have seen Sinqua Walls starring as Shawn in the new Starz drama series Power. If not, he has also played in The Secret Life of the American Teenager as Daniel, Teen Wolf as Boyd, Pair of Kings as Pierce, and in Once Upon a Time as Lancelot. When he was younger, he enjoyed playing sports and has always had a passion for acting. As a child, he would participate in plays and rehearse the lines of his favorite movies. Impressed and incredibly intrigued with Walls’ passion for acting, we asked him about his experiences on and off set, and he opened up about his role in Power and an upcoming project.

IMG_3663doneCliché: Can you tell us a little about the Starz drama series, Power?
Sinqua Walls: Power is an American drama television series on Starz created by Courtney Kemp Agboh and produced by the rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. The series follows James St. Patrick, nicknamed “Ghost,” owner of a popular New York City nightclub. In addition, he is a major player in one of the city’s biggest illegal drug networks. He struggles to balance these two lives, and the balance topples when he realizes he wants to leave the drug ring in order to support his legitimate business.
What is the story behind Shawn, the character that you play?
Shawn is the surrogate nephew of Ghost, played by Omari Hardwick, and the son of Kanan, played by 50 Cent. He is being groomed by Ghost to rise up the ranks in the family business and is learning the tricks of the trade of a world that is very foreign to him.
How did you feel when you first landed the role as Shawn? What was the process like?
I was excited. I was looking forward to the opportunity to be a part of very racy and high-concept material and Power came along at the right time. From the first episode script I was excited about Power, and I knew that Courtney Kemp Agboh was a very, very talented writer. I loved the authenticity in her words.
Are you thrilled about the planning of season two?
Absolutely! It gives us more time to expand this world and dive into the characters we’ve created. It’s truly a blessing and I’m incredibly thankful and excited for everything that is on the horizon.
How was it working alongside 50 Cent?
50 is a diligent and hardworking person whose energy is infectious. He’s got such a light and is by far one of the smartest men I’ve met in this business.
Is your role in Power similar to any roles that you have previously played?
Not at all. Just from the content alone, this world is unlike any I’ve played in before, and I’m excited about the possibilities of where it could go.
Aside from your role in Power, you will also be starring as Tyler in the featured film Believe Me. Can you give us the synopsis on that film?
It’s Ferris Bueller meets Ocean’s Eleven.  In an unorthodox attempt to make money for college, four friends start a fake Christian organization and go around preaching the gospel and keeping the money for themselves.
Have you already begun preparing for that role? If so, what are some techniques that you use to get yourself ready?
I like to use a mixture of techniques from Meisner to Chekov. In film, no one thing will work because you always need different elements to bring out the emotions you want to convey. I try to use what I feel works best in the moment.
Do you feel that you can relate to the character Tyler?
Yes! He has a high moral compass and at least tries to do the right thing. I try to live my life in the same fashion.
Out of all the roles you have played, which has been your favorite experience and why?
That’s a hard one. I’ve liked them all and have been fortunate to play characters who always have a very sincere and redeeming quality to them.
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Interview With Sinqua Walls “The Power of Hard Work” was originally published in Cliché Magazine’s Aug/Sept 2014 issue

Jimmy Fallon & Anne Hathaway Give Rap Songs A Touch Of Broadway

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On last night’s episode of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon put a Broadway spin on some popular rap songs, during his “History of  Rap” medley series. He was accompanied by famous actress Anne Hathaway, as she belted out the lyrics to some of today’s more hard core rap songs, Broadway style. Jimmy played the piano during the four-minute medley that included hits from Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent, Snopp Dogg and more.  The skit could only truly be described in one word, HILARIOUS. Jimmy Fallon & Anne Hathaway give rap songs a touch of Broadway, and the collaboration was not only entertaining, but they may have just started a trend in late night television. Although the skit was meant for pure comedy purposes the two actually sounded kind of good together, singing curse words and harsh lyrics to a jazzy Broadway tune. Hopefully other celebs sign on to sing these Broadway style rap songs and create some more memorable comedic skits. After watching last night’s performance I know I would be a prime viewer. Keep bringing the funny to late night television Jimmy!
Just in case you missed the hilarious performance, it is linked below and you can watch it over and over again if you please. Prepare to laugh!
Hilarious Rap Medley
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