Celebs are the most scrutinized human beings on Earth who insist on being outspoken without ever really knowing what they’re talking about. From fake-deep rappity-raps to
“serious” thoughts, they’re usually spewing pure stupidity or putting both stan worshipped-feet in their mouth with ALL eyes on them.
Here are the ten dumbest celebrity quotes of 2013 (so far). Take a look.
Future on Lil’ Wayne’s now infamous “Emmitt Till” lyric:
“(Lil Wayne) did bring light, in a positive way, to what happened. Even though they might have thought it was negative, he brought positive energy to the situation because a lot of people don’t know, my dad didn’t even know who Emmett was. He’s thinking I’m talking about Emmitt Smith”
Future’s dad also named him Nayvadius. So, his ignorance makes sense.
Glittery R&B Pixie Miguel on ALL Black people on Earth:
First, this: “Black people are the most judgmental people in the world”
The Blaxican crooner has met every Black person IN THE WHOLE ENTIRE WORLD? Word?
…then, this: “We’ve been conditioned, pre-programmed to hate ourselves”
Conditioned and pre-programmed by WHO? “The Man?” Because we’re all trapped in a ’70s Blaxploitation flick?
Tax Miseducation of Lauryn Hill:
“I am a child of former slaves who had a system imposed on them. I had an economic system imposed on me.”
“Someone did the math, and it came to around $600 million. And I sit here before you trying to figure out how to pay a tax debt? If that’s not like enough to slavery, I don’t know.”
When Epic Fake-Deepery Goes Wrong: Kanye West Edition
“I keep it 300 like the Romans” – “Black Skinhead”
Fun Fact: There aren’t any Romans in the movie “300” because Spartans are Greek, not Roman.
Druggy filthbucket Amanda Bynes randomly attacking Rihanna on Twitter:
“Chris Brown beat you because you’re not pretty enough”
See, the way Amanda Bynes’ crack addiction is set up…
Kimmy K. on raising Kanye’s swirly baby Yeezus:
“The way I want to raise my children is to not see color”
Donda West is somewhere in Heaven, stressed.
Swirly airhead Zoe Saldana on race:
“I literally run away from people that use words like ‘ethnic.’ It’s preposterous! To me there is no such thing as people of color cause in reality people aren’t white. Paper is white. People are pink”
No such thing as people of color? Wut?
Androgynous$ Rocky on lipstick shades:
“But for real, for me, I feel like with the red lipstick thing it all depends on the pair of complexion. I’m just being for real. You have to be fair skinned to get away with that”
The fashionista rapper who rocks Charlotte Russe dresses policing women’s lipstick shades? How did Hip-Hop get…here?
Ricky Rawse kinda apologizing for r@pey lyrics but not really:
“I wanna make sure this is clear—woman is the most precious gift known to man. It was a misunderstanding with a lyric, a misinterpretation where the term “r@pe” wasn’t used and I would never use the term “r@pe” in my records. Hip-hop don’t condone that. The streets don’t condone that. Nobody condones that”
A woman was drugged and “enjoyed” by a sloppy man-booby walrus and didn’t even know it. What is there to “misunderstand” about this?
Meek Mill defending Ricky Rawse’s date r@pey lyrics:
First, this: “I don’t even care about nobody criticizing no lyrics. People rap about killing stuff all day. Biggie said, ‘R@pe your kid, throw her over the bridge’ back then, it was nothing, it was just hip-hop. Now you got all these weirdos on these social sites voicing their opinion about something anybody say”
Then, this: “I don’t care, I’m from the hood. I never really cared about what nobody saying in no rap. Rap’s always been talking about killing, drugs, all types of stuff. So you can’t just criticize no one thing nobody say. It’s imaginary visual. If a writer write about somebody getting r@ped in a movie, that mean he a r@pist or he want girls to get r@ped? No, he just wrote about that in a movie.”
Imagine Meek Milly screaming this stupidity through a megaphone.