Amid sexual assault allegations, Twitter users have started sharing good celebrity stories.
It seems like a new Hollywood biggie is accused of sexual allegation every other day, and fans find themselves praying their favourite actor won't be the next to be exposed as a pervert. In this welcome climate of holding people accountable for their deplorable actions, it is also necessary to remind ourselves that there is good out in the universe.
People like to think of Hollywood as a bubble, where all the celebrities are seemingly a different species than the rest of the country. However, not all actors are robotic clones of "Holly-weird".
Twitter Bakoon decided that in the wake of all the negativity, more celebrities need to e exposed... of being nice. Bakoon tweeted, “If anyone has any nice allegations against a celebrity, that would be great too."
if anyone has any nice allegations against a celebrity that would be great too. does a famous actor give good christmas presents. does lady comedian alwyays smoke people out— BAKOON (@BAKKOOONN) November 9, 2017
With over 11,000 retweets and nearly 60,000 likes, the Tweet is going viral and there are very many fans who were not disappointed after meeting their heroes. Bakoon started off with their own experience with a gracious celebrity.
harmony korine paid for a pack of smokes i was short for in a deli once— BAKOON (@BAKKOOONN) November 9, 2017
Take a look at some of the best celebrity encounters fans have had:
I once served Tom Hanks at my old job. Once I was off I was leaving & he was too. I asked if it would be okay for us to take a picture together. He smiled & said “walk with me.” So I did & we talked, he gave me some life advice, then we took a few pictures together.— some jerk (@NerdGerm) November 10, 2017
I worked on a movie with Brad Pitt back in the late 1980s. He's incredibly funny, talented, and kind. He's also a really good card player, and he taught me how to play poker. He taught me so well that I was finally able beat him.— Michael Criscuolo (@MCriscuolo1) November 11, 2017
Tom Hiddleston ran into me in the street once and spilt my coffee. He apologised so many times the words started to sound weird and he bought me another coffee— merry christmaz (@captain_tiny) November 10, 2017
David Tennant not only graciously accepted an academic paper from a random fan in the Richard II stage door line but actually read it and sent me an appreciative note about it— the cold genius (@angevin2) November 9, 2017
Peter Dinklage stopped riding his scooter bc he saw my dog was scared of it. He came up to her and said “ah these are the worst, aren’t they?”, pet her and then walked his scooter the next few blocks before he got back on.— chelsea marshall (@theseamar) November 10, 2017
One time I tweeted @SarahKSilverman about being too broke to go to her show and was reading her book instead- she DMd me that she put me on the list for the show. My future wife and went to that show togeather. I hope she knows how much that meant to me, I cried with joy.— impatient mac&cheese (@ESL_teach) November 11, 2017
i was an extra in a movie with Michael Keaton. He played frisbee with us, took pictures, and signed my friend's Batman DVD— Thanksgiving, but bean to bar (@McLeemz) November 9, 2017
Egadsden seems to have had very many celebrity encounters, with at least a lot of them going pretty well:
Lou Diamond Phillips stuck up for me against a really rude customer at a coffee cart I used to work at— Egadsden🌹 (@itspronounced48) November 9, 2017