Deadbeat Yashar Ali Embraces His Own Hate—Now Openly Admitting He Is a Bigot

At a time when the world condemns hate, Yashar Ali revels in it, openly and proudly admitting he is a bigot. 

On October 10, Yashar Ali posted on X (Twitter) pretending to condemn anti-religious discrimination. An account quickly exposed Ali’s deceit, stating: “This guy is an anti Scientology bigot.” 

Yashar’s response: “True.”

Yashar Ali

Ali, who describes himself as “obsessed with Scientology,” spends his days on X (Twitter) stalking and harassing Scientologists, making comments like: “I am committed to the destruction of Scientology no matter what.” Ali nevertheless continues to pretend he “reports” on the religion from his Substack account. With his latest admission, however, Ali has abandoned all pretense of approaching Scientology with anything other than rabid hate.

Ali has also posted on X that he “love[s] working with” rabid anti-Scientologist Leah Remini to attack Scientology. (Interestingly, while Ali revels in the title, Remini objects to being described as a “bigot.”)

One day after proclaiming himself an anti-Scientology bigot, Ali publicly confirmed on Instagram that he is unemployed, with his anti-Scientology propaganda on Substack serving as his only source of income—a campaign of bigotry driven by Ali’s desperate need for cash.

The impetus? In July of 2023, Ali was ordered by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge to forfeit all future income to cover the $232,769 he borrowed and never repaid Ariadne Getty, one of multiple women Ali ingratiated himself to, then exploited.

The debt collector pursuing Getty’s unpaid loan told the LA Times that Ali was “more difficult than average” to track down. He has no “known local bank accounts” or property, according to court papers. 

In 2021, Los Angeles Magazine exposed Ali in a detailed profile as a toxic, exploitive personality who took advantage of successful women whose trust he gained. Thereafter, Ali lost all work, as well as tens of thousands of followers on X. 

Ostracized and unemployed, Ali’s anti-Scientology hate campaign has become increasingly frantic, rabid and over-the-top in recent months, prompting even his remaining followers to put distance between themselves and Ali.

Their comments include:

  • Now I remember why I blocked you.
  • Low-character scum. Ali is a bad guy and ought to hide in shame.
  • Thanks for reaffirming my decision to unfollow you.
  • You’re an awful person.
  • You sound absolutely crazy. Is there a conspiracy theory you DON’T believe in?
  • This is really gross of you.
  • You’re despicable for this.
  • You’re an asshole. This tweet isn’t even in the universe of being marginally acceptable. What’s wrong with you?
  • STFU you just a hater.
  • You ain’t nobody’s moral compass dude. Get over yourself.
  • Aren’t you like a con artist? We don’t listen to people like you, go away!
  • You sound crazy because you are. Leah too.
  • Yashar needs to take another Twitter timeout.
  • Let hate eat you alive you fraud loser.
  • You probably should hope karma is not real.
  • Get a grip.
  • I thought you were cancelled.
  • What an awful person you are.
  • Why are you like this?
  • Wtf is wrong with you? I’m serious, like really, wtf is wrong with you?
  • He went full blown wacko.
  • You should probably stay in hiding, Yashar.
  • Seriously? Do you expect people to take you seriously?
  • Idiocy like this is why I’ve had you blocked since forever.
  • You’re squatting in Leah Remini’s mansion aren’t you?
  • Didn’t you refuse to leave someone’s house that you were crashing at?
  • Are you well?
  • Yo you’re nuts.
  • This might be the most deranged tweet that I’ve ever seen and that’s saying something.
  • One of the dumbest tweets and the biggest reach in the history of tweeting.
  • Just so unnecessarily mean-spirited.
  • Ugh, this is so disrespectful.
  • You’re encouraging others to spend their time “f—king with” people online. Do you have anything better to do? 

In December of 2021, Ali sued LA Magazine for defamation after they exposed Ali and his parasitic lifestyle, but in May 2023, a judge ordered Ali to pay $39,710 for the magazine’s legal fees.