‘Rude’, ‘Arrogant’, ‘Not Nice’ – Meet The TikTok Users Exposing Celebrities’ Bad Behaviour

Women like restaurant worker Julia and airport employee Cindy are dragging Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber.

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Who doesn't love a celebrity sighting story? Twitter is regularly overrun with people sharing the time they spotted an A Lister in the street or at a restaurant. People seem to adore hearing about how nice their favourite soap star or singer is to the little people they trip over in real life. And while these stories - often a humble brag - will surely always attract attention there's a new trend in the celeb spot sphere: holding them to task for bad behaviour.

Last month, Julia Carolann received overnight notoriety by calling out celebrities she had met who had left a bad impression. Julia, a hostess in a New York restaurant, gained 178,000 followers on her account in the process. It's no wonder: she showed no fear of spilling gossip. She criticised Kylie Jenner for tipping $20 on a $500 bill (come on Kylie) and gave her a 2 out of 10. Her sister Kendall did marginally better, with a 4 out of 10. Gigi and Bella Hadid fared well, with 10 out of 10, Nick Jones got 8, and Beyonce received a 1000000, naturally. Model Hailey Bieber received a mere 3.5, and was criticised for being 'not nice' on the 'handful of times' she had come to the restaurant.

So impactful were the videos that Hailey personally apologised for her behaviour.

The popularity of Julia's posts inspired the latest new example. An airport worker named Cindy - she has not provided a surname but can be found on TikTok via @_sincindy - has now laid out her own experiences.

Nicki Minaj received a 2. 'She wouldn't get off the aircraft until everybody else got off, which she can't do because the flight attendants need to get off,' writes Cindy. 'I was a fan before I met her. After...yeah, no.' Kendall Jenner is, again, criticised, also earning a 2.

'Literally 2/10', Cindy offers. 'Every time she flew out, she was not really friendly to anybody and just walked around really arrogant.'

Dakota Johnson receives a 9. Chris Hemsworth a 10, which he shares with Robert Pattinson and Noah Centineo.


The rise of TikTok has enabled individuals to speak out in a new, wide-ranging ways. Twitter may be full of such stories - just look at Ellen DeGeneres, who has been accused of countless aggressions and is now fighting to prove that she is nice after all - but TikTok and its visuals enable a more whimsical and tongue in cheek approach to calling people out. As Julia herself points out, her TikToks should be taken with a pinch of salt.

Will these stories continue? Will Julia, Cindy and their kind be allowed to keep their jobs after being so indiscreet? And what horrors are we set to hear? All we know is, if anyone tries to come for Stanley Tucci then there'll be words.

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