"And you look like the joker with your uly upside frown!!! ... UGLY!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Kevin Connolly, best known for playing "E", the uptight one on Entourage, hasn't really been in the public eye since the show went off the air.
However, he's recently landed a role as an OBGYN in a new CBS sitcom about a pair of male OBGYNs who believe they can have it all.
Or whatever. This is ironic, since he's recently been on Twitter and Facebook calling women names.
Katie Nolan, a woman who makes YouTube videos for Guyism, a website that covers important issues like Christina Hendricks' bouncing boobs, first interacted with Connolly when she was perusing Twitter one day.
Nolan currently describes him as the "former crush-of-my-life," and so at the time she thought he was the bee's knees.
So, when Connolly tweeted something about hockey — Nolan's an aficionado — she publicly replied to him.
Someone Tweeting at a celebrity online? Not weird. However, what happened next is strange — Connolly responded.
Two minutes after she poster her reply, Nolon received this DM:
She was so psyched that she posted a screengrab of it to her Facebook fan page.
12 people "liked" it, a few commented that they miss Entourage, but most made jokes about Kevin's excessive exclamation points and weak first line. I chimed in that we were having a full-blown conversation in Twitter messages (at that point, we were), and also that people can judge him for being short all they want - I like short guys and was obsessed with the movie John Q because of this one in particular.
Here's the actual thread:
There's some uncool shit in there, but Nolan isn't involved in it.
The next day or two, Nolan and Connolly DM back and forth quite a bit, and when the hashtag #MentionYourCutestFollower starts trending, Nolan named a few — including Connolly.
He then sent her a DM saying he had a crush on her, too.
However the honeymoon didn't last long, because immediately he informed Nolan that he was upset about the "shitty comments" she posted on her Facebook page about him.
Although she didn't post anything negative about him — outside of maybe saying he's short, and that she likes short dudes — it was pretty much over between them. The DMing petered off.
But it wasn't over yet. A few evenings later, Connolly found Nolan's Facebook fan page, and proceeded to be a racist, sexist idiot all over it:
He also charmingly called Nolan ugly multiple times.
Connolly unfollowed and blocked Nolan on Twitter so she couldn't respond to him.
In turn, she tweeted publicly that Kevin Connolly was mad at her and her followers.
He them DM'ed her and they went back and forth about the names he called people and the names they called him and he was very, very upset pouty face.
For her part, Nolan tells me the whole experience was most upsetting because he attacked her followers.
...the fact that this guy found the time to find me on Facebook and then go to each individual page of anyone that said anything even remotely negative about him and tear them/their loved ones apart that made me feel like he was just a mean person who has no sense of gratitude for where he's at or even just personal decency. And I don't think celebrities should get away with being dicks just because they're celebrities.