Fake Hype for Sales
I have really gotten aggravated by how frequently celebrities like to play us like we are simple and stupid for the sake of an album sale or a promotion to their new “whatever they are doing” when their relevancy starts to dwindle. But the the thing that gets under my skin even more than that, is the fact that some of us either are too much of a “STAN” for them, to realize what they are doing to us. Or, could they be right? Are we that damn simple? It never fails that 9 times out of 10 when a celebrity gets us going about some random cause or a “we can do this together” movement they have a new movie coming out next week or a new album that is about to drop and they just realized that ain’t nobody really checking for their ass no more. Celebs: stop trying to trick us into thinking that buying your shit and paying for that high ass popcorn to see your often, wack-ass damn movie you just made, is doing us a solid! All because you’ve damn bamboozled us into thinking that your ass had some damn substance.
Then of course, there is another side of this celebrity coin. The celebrities that, for the sake of the same purpose, they could not come up with a random cause or “we can do this together” movement so they decide “Well, no publicity is bad publicity, so I am going to just say or do the most absurd and/or ridiculous thing that I can think of to get y’all dumb asses to pay attention to me again and go buy my shit”. And unfortunately, that bullshit works every time. Why? Because we are just that damn simple…I guess. We cannot find any relevance of our own, so we are just happy that someone did some shit for us to Tweet about.
This shit is sad.