Kanye West’s infamous comment about slavery being a “choice” sparked outrage worldwide. The rapper said on a TMZ Live show, “When you hear about slavery for 400 years…for 400 years? That sounds like a choice.”
Justin Bieber stirred up controversy when he posted a picture on Instagram with a caption comparing himself to Anne Frank, a Jewish girl who was killed in the Holocaust.
The singer said, “You don’t have to be gay,” during an Instagram Live session about sexuality and gender identity.
Kevin Hart posted a series of homophobic tweets in 2011. The tweets were quickly deleted, but not before they had caused a huge stir on the internet.
When Jaden Smith tweeted that “school is the tool to brainwash the youth,” it sparked a huge debate on social media.
n October 2019, Ellen DeGeneres posted a picture of herself with former President George W. Bush at a Dallas Cowboys game.
Actor Robert De Niro made headlines when he said that President Donald Trump was “a punk, a dog, a pig, a con, a BS artist,” according to The Guardian.
A lot of people were upset when J.K. Rowling tweeted that "people who menstruate" should be called women. This started a big debate about gender identity.