Most of the time, she tries really hard to convince everyone she's somewhat of a bad ass, but after hearing Kristen Stewart apologize for making fans angry when she cheated on Robert Pattinson with Rupert Sanders, it's highly obvious that her tough gal exterior is purely for show.
Here's what she told Newsweek Magazine about the aftermath of the cheating scandal:
It’s not a terrible thing if you’re either loved or hated. But honestly. I don’t care ’cause it doesn’t keep me from doing my sh-t. And I apologize to everyone for making them so angry. It was not my intention.
Wow. Holy contradicting words, KStew.
Let me get this straight -- she doesn't care if people love or hate her, but at the same time, she felt it necessary to issue an apology over those who were pissed off when she cheated on Rob. Um, ok. Call me crazy, but it sure sounds like she cares what people think a lot more than she's willing to admit.
And it's only natural for her to be affected by what people say about her, because all of us are. It's human nature to want to be accepted and liked, and no one would judge Kristen for one second for feeling hurt that so many fans attacked her after the cheating was exposed.
But at the same time, I feel kind of bad for her for feeling like she had to apologize to people for what went down. The only person she really owed any sort of explanation or apology to was Robert Pattinson -- and now that he's forgiven her, everyone else really needs to lighten up and let it go, already.
Do you think Kristen acts a lot tougher than she actually is?
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