In today's world, it's easy to say whatever you want — especially on social media. Celebrities aren't afraid to speak their mind, and it clearly shows. So, who are the most foul-mouthed stars on Twitter?
"We took a list of 246 celebrities, including the most followed accounts on Twitter, as well as celebrities known for swearing," MrQ noted on their website of their methodology. "We then collated up to 3,200 of the most recent Tweets for each of these accounts before searching for a total of 63 swear words and variants. This then gave us a total for each word and celebrity, so we could give a final ranking."
After looking at the most recent 3,000 tweets of some of the most famous people, they found out that Kevin Hart comes in at number one, with a total of 954 swears. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Brandi Glanville took the number two spot, with a total of 946 swears.
Meanwhile, rapper 50 Cent — have you heard his songs?! — ranked number 3, with a total of 742 swears.
The rest of the stars in the top 10 are: Cardi B, Charli XCX, Seth Rogen, Lewis Capaldi, Bill Maher, Louis Tomlinson and J.Cole.
Some other notable names that topped the list are Halsey, Avril Lavigne, Miley Cyrus, T.I. and more.
The most used swear words on Twitter are: f**k, s**t and d**m, the study noted.
Hart accounts for 441 of the 5,000+ F-bombs counted, while Glanville follows behind with 407.
It seems like Hart doesn't mind having a potty mouth, though.
"I remember my first time cussing was the first time my mom smacked me in front of company. My friend was over my house — we were downstairs, we were playing, having a good time. My mom came downstairs and said, 'Hey. I told you to keep it down. You don't run this house, I do, OK. Without being said, that's it, you're done. Go to bed.' Sent me up to my room," he said during a stand-up routine.
"My mom gave me permission to cuss one time. I'm in school, I'm being bad, my teacher got bad. My teacher said, 'Kevin, come here.' Went to the front of the class, wrote a note, stapled the note to my chest," he recalled. "She said, 'Make sure your mother reads the note.' I get home, my mom reads the note. Note said, 'Maybe if you showed your son some more attention at home, he wouldn't act like a fool in school, right.' My mom read the note and said, 'Let me tell you something — you tell her mind her damn business before I come down and beat her ass!' I said, 'OK, do you want me to say it like that or take some stuff out?' She said, 'What did I say? Tell her to mind her damn business before I come down and I beat her ass!'"