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Celebrities Whose Careers Imploded In 2023: Jonathan Majors, Matt Rife And More

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In 2023, multiple celebrities faced public backlash for various reasons.

Most notably, Matt Rife received heavy criticism for joking about domestic violence in his Netflix special, but despite the backlash, he retains a large TikTok following.

“Not Matt Rife building his platform on catering to his female audience and then opening his Netflix special with a domestic violence joke,” a fan wrote. (Trending: Joe Biden Emailed Hunter’s Business Associates 54 Times)

Tom Sandoval’s cheating scandal affected his public image, but he still holds TV roles.

Lizzo faced allegations of harassment and a hostile work environment, denying the claims, but lost numerous Instagram followers.

“I was treated with such disrespect by her. I witnessed how arrogant, self-centered, and unkind she is.” filmmaker Sophia Nahli Allison said.

Julianna Margulies faced criticism for her comments on a podcast, later issuing a public apology.

“I am horrified by the fact that statements I made on a recent podcast offended the Black and LGBTQIA+ communities, communities I truly love and respect,” Margulies said.

Puff Daddy faced multiple sexual assault allegations, ultimately settling lawsuits despite denying the accusations.

Jonathan Majors was accused of abuse, leading to grave legal consequences and major career repercussions.

“I think his career is over,” a Hollywood agent said of the matter.

“Disney has invested a huge amount of time and resources in Jonathan. He was their ‘it’ boy — now he couldn’t get a job at one of their theme parks!” an insider said.

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