Lance Bass' Bizarre Amber Heard TikTok Is Causing A Stir

It seems like the entire world is closely tuning in to what's happening in the defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, and apparently, so is TikTok.

Ever since the hearings started, fans of the former couple, along with casual spectators, are making an effort to keep themselves updated on what's happening, but the most bizarre part is many have been making memes and edits out of it. Testimonies of both parties and their witnesses continuously get spliced and picked apart, as if fans have forgotten that these are real people who have gone through a string of traumatizing events. Those involved in the case, especially Heard and Depp, have become somewhat of a spectacle, with their most intimate moments being a source of entertainment to onlookers.

More often than not, it's usually fans who participate in making edits out of what's happening in the courtroom, but occasionally, influencers and celebrities join in. The latest contributor happens to be former *NSYNC member Lance Bass, who took to TikTok to post a reenactment of Heard's testimony seemingly out of sheer amusement.

Fans are blasting Lance Bass for making fun of Amber Heard's testimony

On May 16, Lance Bass shared a TikTok of what initially appeared to be a funny clip, but it turns out to be his version of acting out Amber Heard's testimony in her trial with Johnny Depp. "I've heard of dirty pop," he said in the comments. "But dirty carpet... that's a new one. In honor of the trial starting back up...Had [clap] to [clap] do [clap] it!"

But Twitter thought otherwise, with some expressing extreme distaste. "F**k Lance Bass and f**k anyone who thinks lip-syncing to a victim's description of abuse is remotely funny ... I don't need any more morally bankrupt trolls in my life than the universe already forces me to deal with," one fan wrote. "This trial is about domestic violence, emotional abuse, and sexual assault. And this is what Lance Bass is choosing to do. These folks really are determined to dissuade victims from ever coming forward again," proclaimed another.

Others also pointed out how even though the internet seems to be siding with Depp, it's unfair Heard is on the receiving end of collective vitriol. "the public bullying of amber heard has reached its apex and needs to stop ... We don't need to see lance bass act her out," a fan wrote. Bass has yet to address the backlash, but perhaps it's high time people stopped making light out of something so grave like abuse. Stars should be the first people to dissuade others from participating in the absurd trend.

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