16 Popular Actors You Never Knew Made Insanely Sexist Statements

With every modern age step, the thing for sexism will always be alive and it becomes spicier when some of the most popular actors say such things which are totally unacceptable and are very rude in the society. Check out the dirtiest sexist statements told by these popular actors which will shock you:

Jason Momoa – During a Q&A panel for the hit HBO fantasy series Game of Thrones

“I love that genre because there are so many things you can do, like rip someone’s tongue out of their throat and get away with it and r*pe beautiful women,” he explained.

Later he apologized on Instagram saying, “I am still severely disappointed in myself at the insensitivity of my remarks that day.”

Andrew Garfield – During the promotional tour Q&A for The Amazing Spider-Man 2

When a fan asked him about how he got into his spider-man suit, he replied, ” I probably had to sew myself into it, adding that it was a “kind of feminine thing to do.”

Ryan Gosling – During the speech he gave at the Golden Globes

If she hadn’t taken all that on so that I could have this experience, [there] would surely be someone else up here other than me to today. Sweetheart, thank you,” he said, in tribute to Mendes who was busy “raising our daughter, pregnant with our second, and trying to help her brother fight his battle with cancer,” according to Gosling.

T.I. – During an interview with DJ Whoo Kid reported by Vibe

“Not to be sexist but, I can’t vote for the leader of the free world to be a woman,” T.I. said for 2016, US Elections.

“Just because, every other position that exists, I think a woman could do well. But the president? It’s kinda like, I just know that women make rash decisions emotionally. They make very permanent, cemented decisions – and then later, it’s kind of like it didn’t happen, or they didn’t mean for it to happen. And I sure would hate to just set off a nuke,” he added.

Kit Harrington – During an interview with the Sunday Times back in 2016

“I think there is a double standard,” he said. “I like to think of myself as more than a head of hair or a set of looks.”

“It’s demeaning. Yes, in some ways you could argue I’ve been employed for a look I have. But there’s a sexism that happens towards men. There’s definitely a sexism in our industry that happens towards women, and there is towards men as well … At some points during photoshoots when I’m asked to strip down, I felt that, ” Harington added.

Jeremy Renner – During an interview alongside Chris Evans for Avengers: Age of Ultron with Digital Spy.

When an interviewer asked him about the chemistry between Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow and Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner, he replied, “She’s a slut,” prompting riotous laughter between the pair with Evans then chiming in to say she was “a complete wh**e.”

Later he apologized for the incident on The Conan O’Brien Show, saying, “I was talking about fictional character and fictional behavior, but, Conan, if you slept with four of the six Avengers no matter how much fun you had, you’d be a slut, just saying,” Renner said according to Time. “I’d be a slut.”

Russell Crowe – During an interview with the Australian Women’s Weekly

“To be honest, I think you’ll find that the woman who is saying that is the woman who at 40, 45, 48, still wants to play the ingenue, and can’t understand why she’s not being cast as the 21-year-old,” Crowe said.

“If you are willing to live in your own skin, you can work as an actor. If you are trying to pretend that you’re still the young buck when you’re my age, it just doesn’t work,” he added.

Mel Gibson – During his infamous DUI arrest in 2006

He made a comment to a female police officer, he asked, “what do you think you’re looking at, sugar tits?”

He also hit his ex-partner Oksana Grigorieva by saying that she ”Deserves” that and also warned,  “I am going to come and burn the fucking house down… but you will blow me first.” He then took things one step further. “You look like a f**king pig in heat,” he said, in reference to Grigorieva’s appearance, adding that, if she got “raped by a pack of n***ers,” it would be her fault.

Alec Baldwin – While responding against Decider journalist Kayla Cobb on Twitter

“I would send you an email, on any subject, if you weren’t such a dishonest, awful writer,” he fired back. “Why don’t you let prosecutors and real journalists investigate such cases and you stick to divorces and plastic surgery.”

Anthony Mackie –  During an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show back in January 2015

Over the Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans statements, Mackie said, “Ok you say it because people get mad when I say it. You’re from the South, I’m only from Jersey, but I do believe if he wants a sandwich…”

“You make Daddy a sandwich!” came Mackie’s reply, prompting a shocked response from the studio audience.

Matt Damon – During an episode of Project Greenlight

“I think on the surface, they might look like one thing, but they might end up giving us something that we don’t want,” he said. “And when we’re talking about diversity, you do it in the casting of the film, not in the casting of the show.”

 Damon later claimed that the show was “about giving somebody this job based entirely on merit, and leaving all other factors out of it.” He’s since apologized for his comments.

Seth Macfarlane – During his run presenting the Oscars back in 2013

MacFarlane opened the night with the unfunny musical number “We Saw Your Boobs.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger – In an interview with Esquire

“As much as when you see a blonde with great tits and a great ass, you say to yourself, ‘Hey, she must be stupid or must have nothing else to offer,’ which maybe is the case many times. But then again there is the one that is as smart as her breasts look, great as her face looks, beautiful as her whole body looks gorgeous, you know, so people are shocked.”

Also in 1977, he told Oui magazine that, “I can look at a chick who’s a little out of shape and if she turns me on, I won’t hesitate to date her. If she’s a good f**k she can weigh 150 pounds, I don’t care.”

Martin Lawrence – During his infamous stint hosting Saturday Night Live

He said, “Smell yourself! I tell a woman in a minute, ‘douche! douche!’ Some women don’t like when you tell them that when you straightforward with them. ‘Douche!’” Several people on SNL nearly lost their jobs as a result of the comments.

Matt LeBlanc – On The Graham Norton Show in the UK

He appeared on the show with Emilia Clarke and on asking them who is the bigger fan of who, Matt replied, I saw the first season then fell out of touch with it and then I guess that was when she started getting naked.”

“So I need to catch up,” he added, further compounding the inappropriate nature of the situation.

Sean Connery- During an interview with The Playboy and Vanity Fair Magazine

During an interview with Playboy magazine, he said, “I don’t think there is anything particularly wrong in hitting a woman, though I don’t recommend you do it in the same way you hit a man.” Friends of Connery have always claimed he was misquoted and actually said: “You can do a woman a lot more harm by moral torture than with a slap.”

He is also reported to have told Vanity Fair back in 1993: There are women who take it to the wire. That’s what they are looking for, the ultimate confrontation. They want a smack.”





Pooja Singh

Her belief lies in the power of elegant intentionality in this world filled with lurid colors.

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