Fame Does Not Equal Free

This kind of has some ramblings, so heads up.


Often, people crave be extraordinary. There’s many ways people claim to feel extraordinary but to be honest, I think everyone’s extraordinary some way. Well, almost everyone. But I guess evil is somewhat extraordinary, depends on how you look at it. Anyway… They find that sometimes one of the best ways to feel extraordinary is to become famous. Now, this is only one out of the several million reasons one might want to be famous. But there’s one reason I want to talk about today.

Some people want to become famous for freedom. What I mean is like creative freedom, vocal freedom. But celebrities actually as free as they seem?

We see most as our role models, who want to be like. That could be for many different  But I feel like that they don’t always say what they want to because of this. Like if they had an opinion on something political or maybe something less controversial, they wouldn’t say it JUST because they have such an impact. At the same times, there are those celebrities who say what they want BECAUSE they have influence, but I think the number of these type of celebrities is smaller than we think it is.

Just something to think about. Do you agree or disagree with me?

Am I insane? (Yes.)

Let me know.

Float In The Cyber Space.


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