Nearly ten years ago, Mary J. Blige blasted her haters on Twitter for doubting her "intelligents."
Needless to say, she "understand estimated" her ability to get her point across. She was intelligents enough to delete the tweet.
While feuding with Jackie Aina this past summer, Jeffree Star called her an "irrelevant rat."
He also claimed she hadn't paid taxes in three years before deleting his original tweet. #Yikes.
At the height of her Pepsi commercial scandal, Kendall Jenner decided to tweet a photo of Cindy Crawford in a Pepsi hoodie with the caption "goals."
She later removed the tweet for obvious reasons.
In 2010, Russell Brand tweeted a photo of his then-wife Katy Perry without any makeup.
And Twitter had a field day.
Brand eventually realized he totally set Perry up for ridicule and deleted the tweet.
Last year, Lena Dunham posted a tweet to remind the world that they don't need fathers... on Father's Day.
She quickly hit the delete button.
A few months later, Dunham called out the "POS" who turned her workout photos into a Harvey Weinstein meme on Twitter.
Fans were annoyed Dunham inserted herself into the Harvey Weinstein narrative at a time when so many women were still struggling to get their stories heard.
Like her Father's Day tweet, Dunham decided to remove the tweet quickly after posting it.
After a nasty breakup with Rita Ora, Rob Kardashian posted this atrocious tweet, which he later deleted.
But clearly, Kardashian *still* needs a much-needed lesson on social media etiquette.
(Just last summer, he "exposed" his ex-fiancée Blac Chyna in a horrifying internet rampage.)
In 2013, Hulk Hogan tweeted out this creepy photo of his daughter's legs.
After Twitter let out a collective shudder, Hogan decided to remove the photo.
Lindsay Lohan "pulled a Mariah Carey" and threw major shade at Emma Stone five years ago.
But Lohan eventually figured out who TF Emma Stone is and deleted her tweet.
In 2013, Amanda Bynes had the nerve to attack Jay-Z's appearance.
But this awful tweet disappeared from Bynes' Twitter feed whenever she went on her social media hiatus.
Two years ago, Zac Efron published a tweet that celebrated MLK Day... and his own popularity?
He deleted the "insensitive" tweet and issued an apology.
In 2016, Nev Schulman used the #BlackGirlsRock hashtag to make a "Catfish" joke.
But Schulman quickly learned that stereotyping is never funny. The tweet disappeared from his feed.