Celebrities Behaving Badly

Celebrities Behaving Badly: Mr. Idris Elba Keep the Conditions of Your D*ck to You and Your Doctor, NOT Twitter!

I find the hypocrisy and pass by many, especially women, towards Actor Idris Elba problematic. They say his fine. Okay. Get over it. Elba recently tweeted that his “bow makes his d*ck (not a bad word) hard everytime he smiles.” He then asked, “is that normal?” This was in preparation to attend the 25th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival awards gala and was TOO MUCH INFORMATION (TMI), beyond the obvious stealing of everyone else’s thunder  at the event.

Fellas, really, you have to know that the conditions of your d*icks should be left to you and your doctors or whomever else in your private life you want to share that information with, not twitter. Is this not common sense?

Further, let another fella who is held in such high regards make the mistake of tweeting what Elba recently tweeted and it would be another story. Can you imagine Will Smith or Jay-Z  sharing this TMI?  Such nonsense!


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