Yvonne Orji Blasted by Fan for Being the 'Meanest' Celebrity After 'Rude' Encounter

Although she already responds to the criticism, the Molly depicter on 'Insecure' finds herself being dragged by more people because she has yet to say 'sorry.'

AceShowbiz - Yvonne Orji has left one fan disappointed. The Molly depicter on "Insecure" was recently slammed by a fan for being the "meanest" celebrity after they had a "rude" encounter.

Taking to Twitter, the individual recalled her meeting with the 37-year-old actress. When replying a tweet that read, "who was the 'meanest' celeb you've ever met?" the person first wrote, "I met Yvonne Orji at a WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT CONFERENCE. She was about to give her speech and I asked for a pic while she was waiting. She said no. I respect her privacy, move on and take my seat in the front row."

"She gets to the part of her speech about being persistent. She's like 'I only got to where I got because I never took no for an answer,' " the person further recounted. "And then she gestures over to me and says something like, 'That girl wanted a picture with me, but I said no. If she were more intentional about what she wants, maybe she'd have her pic.' "

"In the moment I was like uhh that was rude," she continued explaining. "I thought she might come up to me and be like oh I was joking and take the pic but no. That put a bad taste in my mouth about her forever. And I didn't even want the pic that bad! I just thought it would be cool to post on my story."

The user also went on to unleash a video from the event in which Orji was giving a speech. The disappointed fan then clarified, "My words were not correct in the first tweet (I knew I didn't remember exactly, as indicated by me saying she said 'something like') and she did not call me 'that girl.' Yet STILL somehow the actual video is more painful. Why is she pointing?!"

The criticism didn't go unnoticed by Orji. In response, the actress elaborated, "Hey Crystal, I'm saddened that's how you left the event feeling after an encounter with me. Truly wasn't my intention to make you feel anything less than the beautiful woman you are."

The response, however, backfired. "Actually, no. Apologizing for your intentions and not the results of your actions is not apology at all," one tweeted, before another added, "This isn't an apology." A third opined, "A simple 'I'm sorry' could've finished work. But no, she must do love and light gymnastics."

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