AceShowbiz - Various responses have been uttered by artists from a wide range of seasons regarding Tiger Woods' not-yet-confirmed scandals with cocktail waitress Jaimee Grubbs and socialite Rachel Uchitel. Some of them are having the golfer's back and offer him support, while the other tend to criticize his acts.
Rock singer John Mayer, one of the celebs who are quick to offer comment on Woods' "transgressions", tweeted on Wednesday, December 2, "I've got to finish boning my mistress early so that I can go home and explain to my kid that he's lost a role model. What a shame." Concurring with the ladies' man, R 'n' B songstress Solange Knowles tweeted, "When mistresses go mad part 148,673... Money loss, career down the drain, death!!?? When do they learn?"
In the meantime, actress Maria Menounos had this to say, "Its horrible....but not surprised at all.guys-seriously-if you want someone else-just get out of your situation and do it the right way!"
Unlike them all, NFL player Reggie Bush opted to have positive point of view on Woods' issues as he tweeted, "For those of you who think Tiger 'won't be the same' after this, you guys are crazy! He's maybe the single greatest athlete of our time! ... Doesn't make what he did right, but he's GOOD trust that! I'm specifically speaking on Sports not talking about his personal life! This will only drive him to be greater! Golfer's better watch out!!" Reality TV star Brody Jenner had the same opinion with Reggie, writing "@reggie_bush I agree with you".
A Twitter message from Adrianne Curry, meanwhile, read, "I missed the part that tells me y Tiger Woods&his fams personal business is any of yours?He's a GOLFER,not a Leave it to Lamas. get lives... There are plenty of fame whoring celebs that WANT you in their business, leave those who dont alone."
Also on Wednesday, Tiger Woods wrote a message at his official site, expressing his regret on "those transgressions" he has cost his wife Elin Nordegren and their children; Sam Alexis Woods and Charlie Axel Woods. Besides, he asked that public and the press could respect his privacy during the difficult time.