Celebrities Who Tweeted More Than What They Should HaveCameron Diaz revealed in an interview that she bought weed from rapper Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) when she was still in high school and that she used to smoke weed at least once each day. Although the details suggested a similar feel as a young student who tried marijuana for the first time, it might be do more damage than good for someone who is in her acting peak and have millions of online followers. Diaz told comedian George Lopez on the latter's late night show in early 2011: "We went to high school together, he was a year older than me. I remember him there? He was very tall and skinny, wore lots of ponytails? And I?m pretty sure I bought weed from him." Snoop appears to have confirmed what Diaz said on TV in a tweet.
Even celebrities tweet very minor things about their lives that tend to be more annoying than interesting to fans. Taylor Swift (@TaylorSwift13)?once tweeted how the car just arrived to bring her to the airport and that her dad taped a reminder by her seat not to forget her retainers. Benji Madden (@BenjaminMadden) also shared how he recently took a pee. Even though people from all over the world may be wondering what their favorite stars are up to, celebrities still need to put a stop to unnecessary remarks and posts. Superstar rapper Kanye West (@KanyeWest)?also made the mistake of posting about girlfriend Kim Kardashian after they had sex -- which he deleted shortly after. (But the damage had been done.)
No matter how famous people are, they can immediately be the subject of scandals and can permanently tarnish their reputation especially to female fans if they seem to be too engrossed with sex.