Bella Thorne tearfully addressed Whoopi Goldberg's comments regarding her nude photo leak in an Instagram on Tuesday. However, some people on social media thought The View co-host's comments were justified. Thorne 's social media was hacked over the weekend and several explicit images of the singer and actress were shared on Twitter. The incident sparked a debate on Monday's episode of the ABC daytime talk show, during which Goldberg criticized famous people like Thorne for taking naked photos of themselves in the first place.
Bella Thorne Slams Whoopi Goldberg After Nude Photo Hack: “Shame On You, Whoopi” | Decider
On Saturday, Thorne took to Twitter and posted a series of text screenshots and a statement via the Notes app. Thorne shared screenshots of a message chain, in which an individual presumably her hacker sent Thorne her own private nude photographs. In the same tweet, Thorne revealed that she had chosen to release the photos he was threatening with her to take power back from him. I can sleep tonight better knowing I took my power back.
Bella Thorne Slams Whoopi Goldberg After Nude Photo Hack: “Shame On You, Whoopi”
Bella was recently threatened by a hacker who got ahold of her nude photos and videos. Instead of letting it spread without her consent, she posted it herself to get her power back. In a segment on The View, Whoopi said that celebrities like Bella shouldn't be taking nude photos.
Find Out! Whoopi Goldberg made a quick remark during The View that is gaining attention. There has been social media backlash ever since, with commenters replying to the video with comments for Whoopi.