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They Shouldn’t Have Said That: 10 Celebrity Rants Heard Around The World

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Mar. 24 2020, Updated 5:44 p.m. ET

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Whether we like it or not, the internet is forever. And when celebrities rant, everybody listens, so they should choose their words carefully. When a movie star has a bad day and goes on a rant or if they are a genuinely bad person and can no longer hide it, next thing they know, it is shared on social media. With that in mind you would think celebrities would choose their words wisely. Think again.

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Whether it was Michael Richards’ career-ending use of the N-word while on stage or a drunk Mel Gibson's career-pausing racist and anti-Semitic exchange with the officer who arrested him, celebrity rants are heard around the world.

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Take a dive into the gallery, and look at the biggest and loudest self-inflicted hatred celebs have perpetrated on themselves with their angry ranting.

1. Michael Richards.

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In 2006, actor Michael Richards — best known as Seinfeld’s Kramer — was performing a stand-up gig at L.A.’s Laugh Factory. Richards exploded at an African American audience member, using the N-word seven times. His career never recovered. See the rant here.

2. Christian Bale.

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On the set of Terminator Salvation, Oscar winning actor Christian Bale became a classic meme in a hard to forget rant. The director of photography entered Bale’s field of vision while Bale was doing a scene. Bale went ballistic yelling, “Why the (expletive) are you walking right through? What the (expletive) is it with you? What don't you (expletive) understand? You got any (expletive) idea about, hey, it's (expletive) distracting having somebody walking up behind Bruce in the middle of the (expletive) scene? Give me a (expletive) answer! What don't you get about it?” Bale has since apologized. You can see the rant here.

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3. Alec Baldwin.

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Actor Alec Baldwin has had a few public meltdowns to choose from. The most upsetting has to be when he berated his young daughter Ireland for missing a scheduled call back in 2007. Alec’s rant included such gems as “thoughtless little pig” and a stab at his ex-wife, Kim Basinger “I don't give a damn that you're 12-years-old or 11-years-old, or a child, or that your mother is a thoughtless pain in the ass who doesn't care about what you do.” You can hear his message here.

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4. Kanye West.

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Musician Kanye West rants so often that it’s hard to pick just one. During A concert for Hurricane Relief, a 2005 show that was raising money to help people cope with Hurricane Katrina, West went off-script and shocked the star next to him, Mike Myers. West said,  “George Bush doesn't care about black people.” You can see the rant here.

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5. Vanilla Ice.

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Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart was cohosting an MTV special titled The Lame 25 in 1999 that featured videos that MTV considered lame. Rapper Vanilla Ice was invited to the set to do a for a stunt where he was to take a baseball bat to a video tape. Things went a little crazy when he proceeded to smash up the entire set. You can see the clip here.

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6. Mike Tyson.

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In 2000, former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson was interviewed about his upcoming fight with Lennox Lewis, and things became a bit awkward. Tyson said “My style is impetuous, my defense is impregnable, and I'm just ferocious. I want your heart. I want to eat his children. Praise be to Allah.” Fortunately, Lewis didn’t have any children. You can see the interview  here.

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7. Mel Gibson.

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In 2006, actor and director Mel Gibson was pulled over for suspected drunk-driving. Gibson launched into a racist and anti-Semitic tirade, telling the arresting officer “Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world.” In 2011, the world learned he’d hit his then-wife Oksana Grigorieva and heard the tape where he told her that “You f--king deserve it.”

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8. Bill O’Reilly.

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While hosting Inside Edition, newsman Bill O'Reilly became angry with his staff. So while on live TV, O’Reilly began screaming and cursing saying, "F--ck it! We'll do it live!" You can see the rant here.

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9. Kanye West.

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Rapper/producer Kanye West deserves a second entry for the sheer meme-generating ability of his rant at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. West jumped onto the stage unannounced while Taylor Swift was accepting her award for Best Female Video. West snatched both the mic and the award from an unsuspecting Swift and told the audience that the award should have gone to Beyoncé saying, “Yo Taylor, I’m really happy for you, I’ll let you finish, but Beyoncé has one of the best videos of all time. One of the best videos of all time!” You can see his rant here.

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