Actress and social media influencer Bella Throne speaks out against Whoopi Goldberg’s accusation of hacking her Instagram account, where she found nude photos of herself.
How the Nude Photos were Hacked
It’s no secret that celebrities are often the target of hackers. In the past, we’ve seen nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other A-listers leaked online. Unfortunately, it looks like Bella Thorne is the latest victim of this type of invasion.
Earlier this week, Whoopi Goldberg made some comments on The View about Bella’s nude photos being hacked. Whoopi said that Bella was “asking for it” because she had posted topless photos of herself on social media before.
Bella was quick to slam Whoopi for her comments, saying that she was “shocked and disappointed” in her. Bella also pointed out that Whoopi is a victim of hacking herself, so she should be more sympathetic to the situation.
It’s unfair to blame Bella for the hack, as she is not responsible for the actions of the hacker. No one deserves to have their privacy violated in such a way, and we hope that justice will be served in this case.
Whoopi Goldberg’s response
Whoopi Goldberg has come under fire for her response to the hacking of Bella Thorne’s nude photos. Thorne, who is a victim of the hacker, slammed Goldberg for placing blame on her for the incident.
Goldberg appeared on “The View” and said that Thorne shouldn’t have taken nude photos if she didn’t want them to be released. She also said that Thorne should have “known better” and that she was “asking for it.”
Many people have criticized Goldberg for her comments, with some even calling for her to be fired from “The View.” However, Goldberg has defended her comments, saying that she was not blaming Thorne for the hacking and that she was simply giving her advice.
In response to the news that Bella Thorne’s nude photos had been leaked online, Whoopi Goldberg appeared on The View and said that Thorne was “to blame” for the hacking.
Goldberg said that when celebrities take naked pictures of themselves, they are asking for trouble. “If you’re famous, I don’t care how old you are. You don’t take naked pictures of yourself,” she said.
Thorne quickly responded to Goldberg’s comments on Twitter, slamming the TV host for victim-blaming. “I’m sorry. I didn’t know that I couldn’t be confident in my own skin around women,” she wrote.
Many people have criticized Goldberg for her comments, saying that she is victim-blaming and perpetuating the idea that women are responsible for preventing their own abuse.
Bella Throne’s Response
Bella Throne has responded to Whoopi Goldberg’s comments about her involvement in the hacking of her nude photos. She took to her blog to slam Whoopi for blaming her in the ordeal.
Whoopi Goldberg recently made some comments about Bella Throne and the hacking of her nude photos. Whoopi said that Bella was partly to blame for the leak because she had taken the photos in the first place.
Bella has now responded to Whoopi’s comments on her blog. Bella slammed Whoopi for trying to shift the blame onto her. As Bella said that it is not her fault that she was hacked and that Whoopi should be ashamed of herself for trying to blame her.
Bella also said that she is a victim in this situation. And that she did not deserve to have her privacy violated. Bella concluded by saying that Whoopi’s comments were hurtful and that she hopes Whoopi will apologize for them.
I wanted to take a moment to address the recent hacking of my nude photos. First and foremost, I am absolutely devastated and horrified that these private photos of mine have been made public without my consent. It is an incredibly violating and intrusive experience, and I am doing everything in my power to protect my privacy.
Secondly, I want to address Whoopi Goldberg’s comments about me in relation to this incident. Whoopi blamed me for the hacking, saying that I should have known better than to take nude photos and that I was “asking for it”. So, Let me be clear: NO ONE deserves to have their privacy violated like this, no matter what. And no one – NO ONE – has the right to place blame on a victim of hacking or invasion of privacy.
So, to Whoopi Goldberg and anyone else who has made similar comments: shame on you. Your victim-blaming rhetoric is disgusting and unacceptable. My nude photos were stolen from me without my consent. And I am dealing with the aftermath of that in the best way I know how. Please respect my privacy during this difficult time.
It’s clear that Bella Throne is not happy with Whoopi Goldberg for suggesting that she was partially to blame for her nude photos being hacked. In a scathing Instagram post, Throne called out Goldberg for victim-blaming and said she was disgusted by her comments. It’s understandable why Throne would be so upset. So that No one deserves to have their privacy violated in such a personal way. Hopefully, this incident will help to shift the conversation around hacking and victims of hacking to one that is more compassionate and understanding.