Sometimes your favs can feel themselves a little too much and have to get checked by their peers. Other times, fans or people behind the scenes get a “ho sit down’ from celebs. Here are 9 celebrities who put people in their place.
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Jay Z was in hot water over his partnership with Barney’s following alleged discrimination. Jay responded to the criticism, but Freeway shut him down by saying, “That what comes with basing your career off The D Boy Game.”
Deitrick Haddon clapped back at T.D. Jakes for criticizing “Preachers Of L.A.” by saying the legendary bishop has preached the Gospel through unconventional methods such as Oprah and comedians. Basically, Deitrick gave T.D. Jakes a “ho sit down.”
Yeezus dragged Jimmy Kimmel for blood on Twitter in all caps after the late night comedian spoofed his BBC interview. The two eventually made up after Nori’s dad appeared on “The Jimmy Kimmel Show”
Yep, that says it all.
Kendrick put all of Hip Hop in its place with his “Control” verse. Dude got up in rappers’ feelings (Drake) and the message was clear: step ya bars up.
Ever since the TLC biopic came out, Pebbles has become the most hated woman on Earth for allegedly stealing millions from the R&B group. Ex-member Crystal Jones also had her issues with the film. T-Boz let it be known,”all these scorned heffas need to get over it,” during an interview on “The Big Tigger Show.”
Bad gal Rih Rih clapped back at a director who announced to her fans that he was leaving the “Pour It Up” video over creative differences. Rihanna told him via Twitter to leave her fans out of it and to take his name off the check. Rih also called a fan a “chicken had b****” for asking what that big azz bump on her lip was. Ouch.
K slammed her arch nemesis Tamar for saying Beyonce was never pregnant and for taking shots at other celebs during a recent interview on “The Skorpion Show.”
Kevin Durant said James Harden should replace Dwade on the Top 10 NBA players list during an interview. Wade responded with this Instagram pic: