Celebrities on Bin Laden’s Death

Celebrities have their own opinion regarding any subject in politics, economics, business and any other domain, just like any of us. What makes their opinion more interesting and what make people like us eager to read about what people like them think is the fact they they are famous. So, if you are reading this, you must be dead curious about what they said about the latest Boogie Man.
Since the White House stated Bin Laden was dead, a long list of celeb opinions about the vanished terrorist mastermind appeared online. Among those who had something to say, you will find Lindsey Lohan, Katy Perry, Paris Hilton and more. They all had their opinion made public on Twitter. Here is a glimpse of what they said:

Lindsay Lohan:  “Go USA!”

Katy Perry: “America! F**k yeah! Here to save the motherf**kin’ day, yeah! Does anyone else find it strange that this is announced on May Day? I am relieved in some ways, but have a feeling of uncertainty now. I believe in justice, but don’t you think that an eye for an eye will make the world blind?”

Paris Hilton: “Just landed back in L.A., so happy to hear the news of Osama bin Laden’s death. He was the face of terrorism and such an evil man. The world is a much better place with him not in it.”

Solange Knowles: “Tonight was just another stepping stone for me, and I’m sure I may be the minority on this one but revenge is not the answer. I started to feel anxiety about all of the possibilities from the announcement tonight, but quickly reminded that none of us have the power. This was more about my feelings of hope tonight and less about politics. I have been through a roller coaster of emotions this evening and wanted to share the optimism that I have in the midst of it all. The world will be the world, but I do have hope because my hope is invested in love.”

Jimmy Kimmel: “I really hope bin laden didn’t get reincarnated as one of Mariah Carey’s babies.”

Jin Carey: “Wow! They killed the Boogieman! I felt something was in the air tonight! Bin Laden era over! S’next? ?;^•”

Tyra Banks: “ Mu brother has been a US soldier for over twenty years. Today, I salute him and all of our brave, selfless miltary women and men.”

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