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Bette Midler Faces Backlash After Tweeting Photo Of Teens On Their Phones

Fans have found something majorly wrong with Bette Midler.

After the 74-year-old tweeted an image of teens on their phones during an art gallery, she's been facing serious backlash online.

Looks like Bette Midler is eating her words.

The 74-year-old is currently facing backlash for tweeting an image of teens on their phones.

When it comes to speaking her mind, the iconic "Hocus Pocus" actress and singer is practically a pro.

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Back in March 2016, she found herself in the middle of a social media war with Kim Kardashian over an almost-nude selfie the reality star had posted.

"Kim Kardashian tweeted a nude selfie today. If Kim wants us to see a part of her we’ve never seen, she’s gonna have to swallow the camera," Midler quipped in response to the image.

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But Kim didn't take her haters' comments lying down.

In addition to clapping back at Piers Morgan and actress Chloë Grace Mortez who also criticized the pic, she shot back at the 74-year-old actress where it hurt: her age.

Kim tweeted this:

She sent out another tweet afterward, calling Midler out for being a fake friend:

"hey @BetteMidler I really didn't want to bring up how you sent me a gift awhile back trying to be a fake friend then come at me #dejavu."

Midler has even taken jabs at Justin Bieber's dad in the past!

She weighed in on the comments Bieber's dad Jeremy made when Justin's nude photos from his 2015 Bora Bora vacation leaked online.

For those who need a refresher, this is the slightly horrifying things Justin's dad said about his, um, member:

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“@justinbieber what do you feed that thing. #proud daddy," Jeremy tweeted and then later deleted.

When Midler saw the tweet, she had some strong words for the man who left Justin and his mom when Justin was young.

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"@justinbieber dad tweeted he’s proud of his son’s penis size. I think the biggest [expletive] in this situation is the dad who abandoned his son," she wrote.

While many take serious issue with some of her tweets, Midler just sees them as entertaining.

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"I look at it as entertainment. I don’t take it seriously. It’s easier to write a thought in 140 characters than it is to waffle on for acres and acres and acres of words," she told People.

"If it amuses a few people a couple times a day, great. They shouldn’t look for anything more than that.”

You'll have to remember her social media philosophy as we fill you in on the latest Twitter war the actress has found herself in.

It all started when she posted this image of three teenagers staring on their phones, appearing to ignore the artwork around them at a museum.

Based on some of these tweets, Bette didn't get the reaction she was hoping for.

Those on Twitter found that the only thing wrong with the image was that she had taken and posted it in the first place.

Even Piers Morgan took issue with Bette trying to shame the younger generation:

A Twitter user agreed with Morgan, adding, "there's a creep in the museum photographing teenage girls to post online without their knowledge or consent."

Another criticzed Midler for assuming that the teens were just goofing off on their phones:

She was also called out for being on her phone while snapping the image of them.

"They’re on their phone... you’re on yours... only one is taking a pic of strangers and putting them on blast to millions of people. So... you’re what’s wrong with this picture."

There are some who agree with Bette:

But in general, the support for Midler was few and far in-between.

Most are upset that the actress snapped and uploaded an image of these teens without their permission.

Thye also pointed out how the museum has an app where you can learn about the history of the paintings on your phone, which means that the teens could have been doing that.

Surprisingly, Bette hasn't commented on any of the backlash yet. But that's probably coming.

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What do you think of Bette's tweet? Is she going too far?

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