New Celebrity Apology Index Reveals Most Aggressive Celebs

  • New research has counted every public celebrity apology to find the most forgiving celebs and industries
  • Justin Bieber, Chris Brown and Kevin Hart apologize for most insensitive comments and behavior
  • Celebs spend most of their time apologizing for racially ‘abusive’ comments (25%) and insults (26%)
  • Insulting comments about mental health issues (14%) and insulting the LGBT community (12%) are also high on the list

Being a celebrity has never been more dangerous. With a complete cancellation of the culture, a lewd social media post or a drunken mistake can condemn your career before it even starts.

Racial insensitivity

Ryan Reynolds apologizes for plantation wedding, blames COVID-19 on 5G, data team at Casinohax Every single public figure published on the Internet decided to track down the apology to get the most scandalous celebs.

In relation to what celebrities are apologizing for, the data show comments and actions related to racial issues (25%) more insensitive and insults (26%) dominate. This is followed by objectionable comments related to mental health issues (14%) and the LGBT community (12%).

Bieber Most Offensive Celeb

Despite being only 26 years old, it is Justin Bieber who has been crowned king of celebrity amnesty: a total of seven public apologies on topics of racial crime (4), breaking the rule of law (1) and being insensitive to mental health Issues (2).

Chris Brown and Kevin Hart, 5, are publicly apologizing in retrospect, with LGBT apologizing for being insensitive to crime, violence, insulting fellow artists, cheating and mental health issues.

The top 10 most forgiving celebrities are:

Name Sum of all apologies
Justin Biber .
Kevin hart 5
Chris Brown 5
Snoop dog 4
Kanye West 4
50 Cent 4
Lily Reinhart 3
The boys 3
Rob Kardashian 3
Ariana Grande 3
Wendy Williams 3
Tracy Morgan 3

The entertainment industry overall has the highest public apology of 29 percent, followed by sports stars (21%) and musicians and artists (18%).

The data suggests that celebs are slow to learn their lessons with being criminals at times, so who will be the next #isoverparty?

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