And Yet Again Another Celebrity Bandies Around The Term Bully
Seriously Sharon Osbourne needs to get a reality check, and also she has to not step into her grown up daughter Kelly Osbourne’s online tiffs.
This time Kelly and Lady Gaga were slugging it out and then Sharon stepped in and called Gaga a bully. But of course to get a handle over this social media shit fight we need to go back to the beginning.
It all began when Kelly queried on her show Fashion Police on E! whether the pop singer might be pregnant, she probably just ate a burger, but Gaga’s fans went nuts and wrote nasty blog posts and even death threats to Kelly.
For those who don’t know Fashion Police is show where Kelly with Joan Rivers and a few others get a bit snarky and make judgements about what celebrities are wearing. So basically they dish it out under the guise of a comedy show and that is fine but don’t complain when it comes right back at you I say.
Sharon asked Lady Gag to speak to her fans to back off.
Which Gaga did in an open letter on her website.
An excerpt from the letter said:
” Your show breeds negativity ….It glorifies you…making jokes about artists and celebrities as if we are zoo animals. To see you blossoming into a beautiful slender woman who makes fun of other for living is astounding.”
A tad ironic considering Gaga does dress for attention.
First Kelly Osbourne of course tweeted her response Needless, to say Osbourne was not pleased: “Hope you guys realize that I don’t care about any of this bull—-! I know who I am I don’t need anyone to tell me,” Osbourne Tweeted.
However then her mum Sharon Osbourne took umbrage to this and wrote on her own Facebook page.
“It would have been much more dignified of you to do this privately,”
“I am calling you a bully because you have 32 million followers hanging on your every word and you are criticising Kelly. Are you so desperate that you needed to make this public?
Kelly seems surprised that she cannot say what she wants without any feedback. Also both her and Sharon need to speak to someone that is being bullied in real life at school, in their community or in their workplace to know what the term actually means. Meanwhile why don’t they turn off their Google alerts and stay of Facebook and Twitter until it all blows over.
Source: People Magazine