Millie Bobby Brown’s Surprising Confession

Hollywood star Millie Bobby Brown has been met with a fierce and viral backlash on social media following a recent confession.

Millie Bobby Brown, beloved for her role in hit series like “Stranger Things” and her rising prominence in the entertainment industry, found herself at the center of a viral firestorm due to what some are labeling as ‘Karen’ behavior. The term ‘Karen’ has gained widespread usage to describe individuals, typically women, who exhibit entitled, demanding, or confrontational behavior, often in public settings.

Millie Bobby Brown Karen Confession

During her appearance on Jessie and Lennie Ware’s Table Manners podcast, The Damsel star inquired if the co-hosts ever “leave reviews,” to which they both denied. However, Brown admitted to routinely leaving negative reviews online.She said- “I have a fake name … because I think it’s important, you know? My whole life is people criticising me,” “So I’m gonna give it back to you sometimes.”
She also said- “And the woman was pulling my fiance aside, like, ‘We need to settle payment or whatever,’” Also- “And I was like, ‘Yeah, like we will, but at the end of our stay. We’re still staying here.’ And she was like, ‘But you could settle it now.’ And I was like, ‘But I don’t want to.’”

“It was just like, I really think that you should encourage guests to complete transaction of payment at the end of their stay,” she said.
Brown also recounted a recent incident while in a store, where an “old lady” mistook her for an employee and approached her for assistance with finding socks.

“I think she thought I worked there,” she remarked.

“And I was like, ‘I don’t, but I’m going to help you.’”

Despite Brown’s efforts to assist, she claimed that when she located an employee and asked for assistance, the worker fell short of being helpful.   “And I was just like, please, this isn’t even for me,” she added. Brown’s admission has ignited a flurry of criticism on social media, with many condemning the star’s behavior.

“The entitlement and privilege is screaming,” remarked one Twitter user, while another stated: “So rude, she’s basically a troll.”

Others echoed similar sentiments, with one individual expressing, “Very narcissistic of celebrities to think that over exhausted and underpaid employees should go the extra mile.”

Despite the backlash, there were voices of support for Brown’s perspective, with some agreeing that leaving negative reviews can be justified when warranted.

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