CHET HANKS: THE BLAME GAME

The funniest thing we heard this week was Chet Hanks whining that people “hate him” because he comes from a famous and wealthy family. He actually went on to say that his father Tom Hanks was “not a strong male role model” because he didn’t warn Chet, 31, that people might react that way. Chet felt disrespected (a word I loathe) by his peers, claims “They talk behind my back” and says he needed someone to tell him these people are just jealous. Granted, Chet is seeking acceptance in the rap world while using the DJ name Chet Haze and by releasing the video White Boy Summer, featuring twerking girls and vintage cars. Despite his upbringing, Chet speaks “Black English” and prefers to be seen shirtless, revealing his multiple tattoos and muscles.That’s enough to turn anybody off, Chet, so don’t blame your decent and universally admired father for your popularity problems…

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6 thoughts on “CHET HANKS: THE BLAME GAME

  1. Tom Hanks must be so ashamed to have a son like that. Tom is always such a gentleman I feel bad for him.

  2. Honestly, it just has to be very difficult to always be compared to your wonderful father, who is so revered, even though none of us really know Tom Hanks as a person, just an entertainment personality.

    It is the norm now to complain about everything one is given, look at Prince Harry, whiner.

  3. He’s just a rich kid who wants to be a thug. Nice to have wealthy parents to pick up you tab.

  4. He’s a stupid thug wannabe- don’t understand why anyone aspires to that but whatever. He’s right that his parents clearly failed him by not kicking his butt and holding him responsible for his decisions. Don’t do drugs, kids, this is what happens.

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