Will Kirstie Alley's claim that her social media tweet that came coincidentally after the ABC broadcast of Diane Sawyer's Bruce Jenner interview was actually directed at herself and not him save her Jenny Craig endorsements and not impact her future film projects? That is a question that is has some entertainment observers very intrigued after the huge backlash she received on social media after her ill-timed critical tweet was discovered by entertainment fans.
The Emmy Award winning actress reportedly received massive amounts of criticism after she sent out the tweet "the world has mistaken bravery for insanity" following the airing of the Bruce Jenner interview. Upon seeing the response of entertainment fans on social media to her 'Tweet' she quickly sent out another social media 'Tweet' stating that the initial message was not directed toward Bruce Jenner but was about her questioning her own bravery while on vacation in Italy.
Some entertainment observers are wondering if fans and filmmakers believe her claim about her tweet being directed toward her. Some insiders believe that she is very aware of he dangerous position her social media 'tweet' put her in as she immediately went into damage mode with her tweets to avoid becoming a social pariah.
Kirstie Alley is an example of why social media 'tweeting' has for some entertainers become hazardous to their professional occupations. Her 'tweet' which appeared almost immediately after the Bruce Jenner interview subjected her to massive amounts of online criticism and brought her into the media spotlight for all the wrong reasons.
As such, there is likely one person who will be very careful in the future with her social media 'Tweets' and that is the Jenny Craig endorser Kirstie Alley whose endorsements and future movie projects are probably in danger of being cancelled because of her ill-timed 'Tweets'.