This was compiled by GQ Magazine and according to them:
They’ve got a special kind of charisma—it’s like reverse charisma, or anti-charisma. Charis-meh. They’ve got the platform, they’ve got power, they’ve got the opportunity to change everything, and instead they…don’t. They are the biggest nothing-doers in the world this year, and this is their reward.
This is the criteria on which the following were named to worst people of 2015.
1. Kim Davis
She is the woman who refused to give marriage license to gay couples who wanted to get married.
2. Cameron Crowe
Aloha was arguably the biggest flop of the year: another painfully earnest, meandering dramedy from our blandest director, featuring Emma Stone in Asianface.
3. David Cameron
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party.
4. Sepp Blatter
The Swiss football administrator who is the suspended eighth president of FIFA that has persistently been dogged by claims of corruption and financial mismanagement.
5. Hillary Clinton
Remember Cool Hillary Clinton, back when she was checking her phone with her sunglasses on like a BAWSE and getting drunk with foreign dignitaries on Instagram and shit? Yeah, that Hillary Clinton is gone, kids. Hopelessly corrupt pander-bot 2008 Hillary is back! And remarkably, she seems to believe—yet again—that her lengthy history of cynical, bought-and-paid-for leadership somehow entitles her to the presidency, as if her entire campaign strategy is “I didn’t betray my principles and sell out every last one of my constituents NOT to be president, you guys!”
6. Terrence Howard
The Empire star is an admitted wife beater who also believes that 1 × 1 should equal 2. Check out what he said to Rolling Stone: “If one times one equals one that means that two is of no value because one times itself has no effect. One times one equals two because the square root of four is two, so what’s the square root of two? Should be one, but we’re told it’s two, and that cannot be.”
7. Bill Cosby
Christ. YOU WERE MY BACKUP FATHER, MAN.
8. Jared Fogle
He is also known as the Subway Guy and a former spokesman for Subway restaurants. After his significant weight loss attributed to eating Subway sandwiches, Fogle was made a spokesperson for the company’s advertising campaigns from 2000 to 2015, a position he lost after the got arrested and convicted for child pornography and traveling to pay for sex with minors.
9. Officials at MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas
Remember when Ahmed Mohamed was arrested at his school for building a clock? That was because his English teacher thought he had built a bomb. As Ahmed notes, “She thought it was a threat to her.”
10. Jeb Bush
He is an American businessman and politician who served as the 43rd Governor of Florida from 1999 to 2007. He is currently a candidate for President of the United States in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
11. Robert Griffin III
He was the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2012—and on GQ’s cover in 2013!—and now he’s fallen so far that most Washington fans don’t even want him on the team anymore. And the remarkable thing is: They aren’t wrong! If you keep RG3 near the field of play, he will inevitably get hurt, or piss off a teammate, or live-tweet his favorite motivational passage from the Bible as a message to all the haters out there. He’s like football malware. Once he’s in your system, you have to wipe the whole thing clean.
12. The Fantastic Four movies
Please, God, no more. No more Fantastic Four movies. It says a lot about the current state of Hollywood that not only will studios recycle any old story or character, but they’ll recycle those properties even when they’ve resulted in terrible movies.
13. Scott Walker
The 2016 version of Tim Pawlenty: a charmless midwestern governor who was only initially viable as a presidential candidate because most people hadn’t heard him speak yet. But when they did…hoo boy. This man actually attributed his male-pattern baldness to bumping his head.
14. Neil Patrick Harris
Stop doing magic. You’re hosting the Oscars, not a 4-year-old’s birthday party.
15. Roger Goodell
You already knew that the NFL commissioner was a charmless lump of discarded brisket, but Deflategate revealed just how petty, shortsighted, and comically ineffective he can be. If Goodell caught you lying about jaywalking, he would exhaust billions of dollars in resources and nuke eight separate sovereign states just to get to the bottom of your treachery. Then a circuit judge would overturn your suspension anyway.
16. Jamie Dornan
He was the guy in Fifty Shades of Grey. No, not the biker guy from Sons of Anarchy. He quit. This is the other guy. Remember him? No? That’s probably because you were too distracted waiting for a butt plug to show up on-screen.
17. Brad Bird and George Clooney
You know what makes me cynical? When two hectoring film titans decide to make a movie about how cynical people are nowadays, when that movie is itself based on a fu3king SECTION OF DISNEY WORLD.
18. The Confederate Flag
19. Roger Ailes
20. Curt Shilling
21. Every Cleveland Cavalier Not Named LeBron James
Poor LeBron came home to amass a superteam, only to see the two main components of that team (Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love) get hurt, leaving him to face the Warriors with four bags of wet flour.
23. Hulk Hogan
Kicked out of the WWE for being racist.
24. Meghan Trainor
27. Rahm Emmanuel
25. Floyd Mayweather Jr.
If I’m gonna shell out a hundred bucks to watch an unrepentant woman beater make $200 million for a boxing match, the least he can do is throw a decent punch instead of dance around the ring like an asshole. I want to know that my moral compromise was worth it.
27. Johnny Manziel
28. Martin Shkreli
You might remember Shkreli as the CEO who jacked up the cost of an AIDS-related drug by five THOUSAND percent, and then capped off his year by buying the only known copy of the new Wu-Tang Clan album for a reported $2 million at auction.
Courtesy: GQ Magazine