That they are celebrities doesn’t mean that they are above doing creepy things or being weird all the time.
The top 5 celebrities on this list have done creepy things, from weird antics to weird videos and strange witches’ drink. Below are the creepy things about celebrities you need to know.
1. Azealia Banks: “eat a cat that’s been dead”
Azealia Banks was signed with her first record label at the age of 18, and in 2008, she became a hit on Myspace. The singer, songwriter, rapper, and actress has been very outspoken about her political views and does not shy away from the controversy over Twitter.
Azealia has had a very public feud with several superstars. In 2016, Banks posted a series of videos to Instagram showing her cleaning a cupboard in her flat that seemed to be filled with dead and decomposing chickens, dried blood, and feathers.
All this, she said, is done in the name of witchcraft. After a few more years of struggling with almost everything, Banks really shocked her fans in January 2021 when she posted extremely disturbing videos on Instagram that seemed to show her preparing her dead cat Lucifer after digging up his corpse three months after his death.
She defended herself after a huge backlash from people who thought she had eaten the cooked cat, saying, “No, I didn’t eat the cat, and especially I didn’t eat a cat that had been dead for three months.”
That isn’t all. She went on to say that what can be seen in the video was part of the human remains. Banks also clarified that the skull she held in the video was not her dead cat but a human skull she had bought from a website. She went on to explain that the skull belonged to a six-year-old girl who had died of a head injury.
2. Kanye West: “slavery for 400 years”
With all the bizarre incidents around Kanye West, it’s easy to forget that the rapper has had a huge impact on mainstream hip-hop development in the 21st century.
His controversial behavior at award ceremonies, his friendship with former President Donald Trump, and his near-marriage to Kim Kardashian have overshadowed the music industry successes he has achieved over the years.
Things became worse for Kanye when he expressed his thoughts on slavery in 2018, saying: “When you hear about slavery for 400 years. For 400 years? That sounds like a choice.” Unsurprisingly, the rapper quickly apologized after receiving a massive backlash.
Kanye West also defended Bill Cosby and R Kelly, which didn’t win him any points either. On 4 July 2020, Kanye announced that he would be running for president but failed to get America on his side, with only 0.04% of the national vote.
3. Marilyn Manson: smoking human bones
Marilyn Manson is the jerk most parents cautioned their kids about in the 1990s. It’s not surprising since he’s been linked to smoking human bones, Satanism, and flirting with Anton LaVey
In 2001, Manson took his innate creepy things to the next level and decided to tackle a security guard during his performance at Ozzfest. He wrapped his legs around the man’s head and rubbed his genitals against it, leaving him in only tights and a leather thong.
This did not please 25-year-old security guard Joshua Kisler, who charged the singer with battery and sexual assault. A judge dismissed the sexual assault charge, and Manson paid a $4,000 fine after pleading not guilty in 2002.
In 2013, Paris Jackson, Michael Jackson’s daughter, reportedly attempted suicide after she was told she was not allowed to attend a Marilyn Manson concert. Jackson allegedly tried to slit her wrists with a butcher knife after taking 20 Motrin pills. She was rushed to a nearby hospital, where she was admitted for observation and recovery.
During this concert, Manson dedicated his song ‘Disposable Teenagers’ to Jackson and then ran the butcher knife across her forearm “in solidarity” with the then 15-year-old.
4. Lady Gaga’s urine into perfume
Lady Gaga will arguably be known best for creepy things, like wearing a meat dress, bleeding during performances, and appearing at award ceremonies wearing an egg, even with her tremendous vocal range and an Oscar to her name.
Gaga also once startled bejesus, Eminem, when she accepted an award from him completely covered in red lace and a red crown adorning her head.
In 2013, it was reported that Gaga was pinned down backstage at a late-night show and could only get into her dressing room, where she crawled over a rubbish bin. But the strangest consequence of this was not even what Gaga herself did. Andy Cohen poured the singer’s urine into a bottle, after which one of his personal assistants turned it into a fragrant perfume.
5. Kevin Spacey
Kevin Spacey was on the right track, winning roles and awards, including a Golden Globe and five consecutive Emmy Awards until things become worst.
The average actor was accused of sexual predation in October 2017. Netflix immediately severed ties with him, removing him from the House of Cards’ final season and canceling his film Gore.
In October 2017, Spacey came out as gay, apologizing to his first victim, actor Anthony Rapp, who claimed that he made sexual advances in 1986 when Spacey was 26 and Rapp was only 14.
And that is not all; in total, more than 30 people have claimed Spacey sexually assaulted them, including eight people associated with House of Cards’ production.
For some reason, Spacey thought it would be a good idea to publish a video on YouTube on Christmas Eve 2018 in which he wears a Father Christmas apron and acts like his character from House of Cards, Frank Underwood.