Nothing worse than creepy people who don’t know (or believe) they’re creepy, especially when they’re overexposed celebs. Some actually do know and refuse to admit it, but most, including those on this list, act like WE’RE the creeps, not them.
Here are the ten creepiest celebs. Take a look.
Stevie J –
Steebie J reached God-like levels of creepdom during legendary trash TV moments. His classic array of rodent faces and manipulation tactics made him Creepsus Christ to millions. Pay homage.
Herman Cain –
Uncle Hermmy-Herm (or “Cornbread” Cain) believes every woman in this great nation deserves
equal pay for equal work unsolicited workplace massages from him. In his dirty ’ole mind, ain’t nothin wrong with a good ole fashioned gotcha! grope. Hide ya meemaws.
Kenya Moore –
Somewhat beautiful and intelligent, Kenya seems mentally-stable until she speaks and you realize she’s completely insane and delusional. 50 years of her staring at you through colored contacts while you sleep? Why would any man agree to this?
It’s nearly impossible to trust a grown man trapped in a 5th grader’s body. Yea, Cee-Lo is a dope artist but his liddle T-Rex arms and pending sexual assault charges make him Code: Orange creepy.
Brian McKnight –
That awkward moment when the Stage 5 creep formerly known as Brian McKnight navigates a spaceship (while singing) through a woman’s nether galaxy and beyond. This really happened.
Aubrey probably saved the tears his exes made him cry in jars for motivation. Why he won’t stop trying to communicate with Aaliyah (who didn’t know he existed) via Ouija board, we just don’t know.
R. Kelly –
Kellz had so much “creepy stranger parked in the shadows outside Middle schools”-swag during the masked “Pied Piper” era and we let it happen. SMH.
Jackie Christie –
Only Jackie Christie (and maybe Doug) understands Jackie Christie. Everyone else is usually lost and confused whenever she speaks. Her refusal to acknowledge this? Level 10 creepy.
Tyler Perry –
Tyler seems more comfortable in Madea’s fatsuit than his own skin, which made his gritty action hero detective flick “Alex Cross
Dresser” bizarre and uncomfortable.