Celebs rarely ever think before they speak, spark outrage and cement themselves in pop culture infamy like the attention-thirsty entertainers on this list.
Here are the ten dumbest celebrity quotes of 2013. Take a look.
Pretty dummy Porsha Stewart on the underground railroad:
“Well, there has to be an opening for a railroad at some point, because somebody’s driving the train. It’s not electric like what we have now”
When fake-deepery goes wrong: King Yeezus edition
“Eve made Adam eat the apple…and ever since then its been illegal to be naked…It’s in the Bible” – Breakfast Club interview
Future defends fellow fertile rapper Weezy’s controversial Emmett Till lyric:
“But I think, overall, with the whole situation, he did bring light, in a positive way, to what happened. Even though they might 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”
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.”
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”
More King Yeezus fake-deepery:
“A woman is enslaved to the concept of diamonds are a girl’s best friend like, girls in London don’t even wear engagement rings. That’s all programmed into us” – Breakfast Club interview