Sarah Hyland Called Out For 'Insensitive' Joke About Khloe Kardashian Drama
By Hayden Brooks
February 21, 2019
Khloé Kardashian's latest drama involving Tristan Thompson cheating on her with Kylie Jenner's BFF, Jordyn Woods, has the entire blogosphere buzzing. From subtle posts via the parties involved to the batch of memes on timelines going viral, the debacle isn't slowing down for anytime soon. Much like the rest of us, Modern Family actress Sarah Hyland took to Twitter to speak out on the situation and got burned with responses.
It's become increasingly clear that Khloé and True, her baby daughter with Tristan, remain the two victims of the whole controversy, but because the Karashians are the Kardasians, it has prompted folks from all over to share their two cents on the scandal for better or for worse. On Tuesday (February 19), Hyland was one of those many folks that did so, writing, "Seems like Khloe is finally out of the Woods... that was too soon. I apologize." Despite the fact that everyone was chiming in on the hot topic, the 28-year-old actress was ripped to shreds by some Twitter users, who accused her of belittling the E! reality star and even cyber bullying.
Now, Hyland's message appeared harmless, especially compared to the usual criticism directed at the Kardashians, and she insinuated her intention later on when she reposted a fan tweet that insisted that Khloe should appear on a new season of The Bachelorette. Hyland happens to be dating Wells Adams, a contestant on the show, so her ties with the ABC reality competition are more than close. Regardless, it doesn't seem like the Twitterverse wanted to let up on the initial tweet. Scroll on below to see some of the reactions to Hyland's tweet about the Kardashian.
Pretty insensitive.— Lori Campbell (@LoriCam33976873) February 20, 2019
This is NOT uplifting other women! You should be ashamed of yourself. I would hope something like this doesn’t happen to you.— sarahlee24🦖 (@sarahlee243) February 20, 2019
Such a pretty lady with such a nasty remark 😔— Michele Dalton (@micheled58) February 20, 2019
This is the kind of support we give other women when their hearts get broken, even though we’ve all been there? That’s some sisterhood.— Meghan (@franklydarlin) February 20, 2019
No need to make jokes at the expense of another woman’s pain for the sake of likes. Didn’t you say online bullying affected you? How is this any better?— Cherry Mendoza (@cherry_baby92) February 20, 2019
Wait. Isnt she always preaching about how damaging bullying is? Where is her compassion or empathy? Guess she keeps for her self— Kelly Howell (@Kellycow08) February 20, 2019
delete this tweet oh my 🤦🏾♀️😭— inês (@akaBlackie) February 20, 2019
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