Is there anything more laughably obscene than elitists Hollywood actors claiming to be ‘victims’?

Their cries of “poor-us” are as pathetic as spoiled brats Meghan and Harry whining how tough they have it – from their $21m 16 bedroom Montecito Mansion on the coast of California.  

Over paid ‘celebrities’ famous for parroting words written for them by others, living fantasy lives most can only dream of, are on strike because their self-entitlement tells them they should be paid more.

Divorced from the reality of everyday people who actually struggle to pay the bills, Hollywood brats are on strike because they envy the pay of the studio bosses’ who already over pay them

What planet do these people live on?

Oh, that’s right.

Planet Hollywood.

Here’s a cracker from The Nanny’s Fran Drescher, shrieking with that voice that actors are being “victimised by a very greedy entity”.

Cop this. (Warning: Make sure you have a barf bag nearby).

“We are the victims here. We are being victimised by a very greedy entity. I am shocked by the way the people that we have been in business with are treating us. I cannot believe it, quite frankly. How far apart we are on so many things. How they plead poverty, that they’re losing money left and right when giving hundreds of millions of dollars to their CEOs. It is disgusting. Shame on them.”

Hollywood elite ‘victims’. 😂😂😂

Boo hoo. 

Spoiled Hollywood types having trouble adjusting to the reality that is modern age technology.

Online streaming has shattered the old cinema business model.

Where there was once a small handful of movie studios, today there’s a plethora of apps, all available for home streaming for a few dollars per month.

Technology has smashed the revenue of big movie makers. Less money per flick. 

Innovation in the free market at work. More choices for audiences. Less money for spoiled brats.

In the wake of new options for movie-paying consumers, entitled actors believe they should be paid more. Elitist entitlement at it’s most obscene.

Competition and tech is ripping through the industry. 

Overpaid actors who have had it too good for too long are discovering they may have to work harder for less.

Instead of knuckling down and getting on with the job, they choose to strike.

So strike.

Nobody cares.

You are fleeting entertainers – not brain surgeons.  

Here’s a thought.

How about taking a risk, and starting your own studios to compete with the nasty studio bosses? What’s stopping you?

Or is that too much like hard work? And too much risk?

If you don’t like your pay, nobody is forcing you to stay.

It’s America.

You can do just about anything you want – and get paid a lot of money if you’re actually good at what you do and the market likes what you do.

Bleating and complaining does not entitle you to more money.

If you don’t want to work in movies at market rates, perhaps you can use your real talents elsewhere, like waiting tables, flipping burgers, driving for Uber or pumping gas.

After all, there are plenty of wanna-be actors doing that right now, and always have.

And if you reckon streaming is wrecking your income, wait until Artificial Intelligence (AI) sets in and studios won’t need actors at all.

Then you’ll really have something to cry about.

“I’ll have a cheese burger with fries and a coke,” Ms Drescher.