Celebs Who Got Into Fights On Live TV

Celeb beef is always juicy to read about,
but while some stars take to throwing shade on Twitter and hiding behind their social
media channels, others decide to air out their grievances in public with audiences present. Here are some celebs that got into fights
on live TV. Cardi B’s meteoric rise to the top seemingly
came out of nowhere. From stripper to Vine queen, the future “Bodak
Yellow” rapper used her online fame to transition into reality TV, starring in VH1’s Love & Hip
Hop. She left the show after two seasons to pursue
her music career. Yet there’s one moment in the series that
will forever live on for fans. During a 2017 reunion special episode, Cardi
B and her co-star, Asia Davies, were about to discuss their love triangle with Davies’
ex, music producer Swift. Before her castmate had a chance to say anything,
Cardi leaned forward, took off her stiletto, and hurled it straight at Davies’ chest. A loud thud was heard and the audience gasped,
while the girls almost found themselves in a full-fledged brawl. While the moment itself was unforgettable,
it wouldn’t be the last time Cardi B would find herself flinging heels in public. According to TMZ, her long-lasting feud with
fellow female rap icon Nicki Minaj would turn violent at a New York Fashion Week Harper’s
Bazaar party in 2018, with Cardi B taking off her shoe yet again and hurling it at the
“Anaconda” celeb. This time she missed and didn’t get her heel
back immediately, reportedly leaving the starlet to hobble out of the bash sans one piece of
her footwear. “I know you mad, I know you mad.” Chanel West Coast is an MTV reality television
darling, known for her rise to fame on Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, her close friendship
with Dyrdek himself, and their TV show, Ridiculousness, on which she’s a co-host. West Coast quickly became a favorite on Ridiculousness
due to her bubbly personality and infectious laugh. But during one episode in 2017, she decided
to ditch her fun temperament for a full-on verbal brawl with radio personality Charlamagne
Tha God. The fight started after Charlamagne called
West Coast a, quote, “wack rapper,” causing her to fire back immediately, listing her
entire musical career to date. West Coast dished: “You can have opinions, but it doesn’t mean
they’re right.” West Coast later spoke to TooFab, explaining
the difficulties she faces of being a female rapper and her fight with Charlamagne. She revealed: “It’s actually less about race and more about
being a woman. I knew he was stating I was a wack rapper
on a platform where all my fans were watching and millions of viewers were watching. The last thing I was gonna do was let somebody
call me a wack rapper and not use that time right there to state the facts and set things
straight.” It’s no secret that Andy Cohen is a somewhat
shady late show host. The Watch What Happens Live entertainer regularly
stirs the pot, and his show has been home to some iconic moments, such as egging Paris
Hilton on to trash-talk her former noughties pal, Lindsay Lohan, or the time he started
a feud with NeNe Leakes by making fun of her fashion choices. Another moment where Cohen, quote, “unknowingly”
started drama? When he invited known enemies Kenya Moore
and Michael Rapaport to the same episode in 2018. Immediately, Cohen decided to address the
elephant in the room, with The Real Housewives of Atlanta starlet calling him out for knowing
what he’d done. Cohen then turned to Rapaport and told him, “You’ve been trash-talking Kenya for a while
on Twitter.” Cohen had already moved on to his next target,
asking Moore if she had anything she’d like to say. Smiling, Moore threw the following shade,
stating: “I mean, you know, peasants can’t summon queens.” Of course, the whole thing escalated from
there, with name-calling coming from both parties, until Rapaport declared: “You wish you were me, Kenya.” As the audience gasped, and to which Kenya
replied: “A middle aged, fat white guy? No. Not really.” Former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly has been
involved in many controversial moments. For instance, after leaving Fox to host Megyn
Kelly Today on NBC in 2017, she made a massive on-air error when she asked what was so wrong
dressing up in blackface for Halloween, her show to get canceled. Still, when it comes to controversial moments,
she doesn’t have anything on Donald Trump, who sehs faced off found herself at a Republican
Primary Debate in 2015. As The Apprentice host took the stage, Kelly
asked him bluntly: “You’ve called women you don’t like ‘fat pigs,
dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals.’ Your Twitter account…” She was then cut off by Trump, who said, quote,
“Only Rosie O’Donnell.” “For the record, it was well beyond Rosie
O’Donnell.” Kelly wasn’t amused. “Your Twitter account has several disparaging
comments about women’s looks. You once told a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice
it would be a pretty picture to see her on her knees. Does that sound to you like the temperament
of a man we should elect as president?” Getting defensive, Trump then threw shade
at Kelly while the crowd laughed, saying: “Honestly, Megyn, if you don’t like it, I’m
sorry. I’ve been very nice to you, although I could
probably maybe not be based on the way you have treated me.” And of course, Trump being Trump, he immediately
took to his Twitter afterward to pour salt in the wound, writing that Kelly “really bombed.” Saturday Night Live jokester Andy Kaufman
found himself in the middle of a Late Night with David Letterman episode that went the
1982 equivalent of viral. As CNN notes, way before the rise of buzz-worthy
clips circulating their way online, this iconic moment had “the country clamoring for bootlegged
VHS and Beta tapes of the incident.” According to the Los Angeles Times, Kaufman
started a faux side career in the early ’80s as a wrestler, only wrestling women. He caught the eye of pro wrestler Jerry Lawler,
who even fought him in a headline-making match. Finally, in July 1982, the two decided to
go on Letterman’s show to, quote, “air their differences.” However, as both parties got progressively
lippy with one another, Lawler slapped Kaufman across the face, knocking him to the ground
right before a commercial break. Once they were on air again, the comedian
launched into a stream of profanities aimed at Lawler and stormed off. The spat was all over the country, with The
New York Times even reporting that it wasn’t staged. As it turned out, it was planned, just like
pro wrestling, and it essentially paved the way for performance art gimmicks, such as
Borat years later. Bob Thompson, a professor of pop culture at
Syracuse University, told CNN: “One of the reasons it’s stood the test of
time is it seemed like one of those moments where something has gone terribly wrong.” “There wasn’t any reason to purposely hurt
me. You could have proven the point by just beating
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  • epic video


  • Lmao Westcoast triggered into a feminist rage on camera. Well done Charlemagne.

  • Great video

  • Most craziest moments

  • Kelly farts

  • Definitely A wack “rapper”.

  • I never heard of chanel west coast lol she was devastated by ctg's shade!! 😂

  • Westcoast needs to stop thinking shes a black woman

  • Nicki Minaj's and cardi b fight will always be iconic

  • Carbi B is the definition of Trash. 🤷

  • Cardi B is so, so trashy.

  • All this bullshit is stage!!!

  • Long live Andy Kaufman!!! May we never forget you !

  • Girrrrrrrl, I thought you were talking about actual fights 😒

  • Craziest fight ever

  • This is garbage

  • I dont like Charlemagne never had never will

  • 3:43 Draaaagged 😂😂😂

  • Yoooo! Chanel is a wack rapper! It has nothing to do with being female! There are a lot of females killing the game right now! She is just wack and delusional as hell.

  • Chanel west coast laugh is annoying asf and she’s still wack 😂

  • You guys released a video maybe a week ago with basically the exact same content. Same people, same conflicts. Lame.

  • Kelly is so predictable. She's simply boring and irrelevant

  • If a black female goes to a Halloween party as Marilyn Monroe and wears a blond wig….is that racist?

  • Charlagmane (sorry don't know how to spell his name) is the fakes most vile person in entertainment. How he even has any fans is beyond me. He has started so many fights with other celebrities and he is so disgusting. He has absolutely zero talent yet has the balls to tell someone else that.

  • To me rap does not sound as good as it used to be now it just sounds like an annoying trend

  • Channel West Coast and Charla was the best fight!! LMAO

  • The Kaufman and Lawyer feud was an act. They were friends behind the scenes.

  • These are the lowest form of females EVER!!
    Horrible to think they have children who will grow up with this as their example no wonder our society is as disfunctional as it is. 🙄

  • Cardi B is ugly

  • Channel needs to sit down, she’s annoying af. Cardi is not even that pretty,
    And it’s President Trump.

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