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There are some Instagrammers who admit they have jobs but would still post in their stories to donate to their Paypal. "buy me a gift?" "your donations can help me make new art" By art they mean the money used will fund new clothes to take pictures with -.- Please stop
All these accounts setting up Kofi and Patreon accounts for people to help them but wigs they want to take photos in for people to like their Instagram.. what?? What happened to funding being for actual art and content? Seems like now every kawaii kid on the block is using the term "kawaii concept photoshoot" as art.
The wishlist was a turn off. I hate when Instagram users with a significantly large amount of followers think they are popular and hence entitled to have people buy them stuff they want. That equates to begging and why should anyone donate to someone who is capable enough to buy what they want?
I love her room but I don't quite understand why she is a kawaii leader.. She seems more alternative to me. I think it's irksome to sell stuff you got sponsored for. She should just do a give away for her viewers.
I noticed she had an amazon wishlist for people to buy stuff for her -.- Also it seems like it's a trend for kids with a huge following to ask people to donate them a gift or include their paypal. me donate pls link in their bio like.. seriously? It baffles me more when a follower donates. Even if it's just $1, if 10k followers donated $1 wow that's alot of free money! For absolutely no reason! Kids you are better off donating your $1 to charities that really need it or using it to feed the homeless
I don't understand how she started becoming a model in Japan if they saw she looked nothing like her photoshopped self. I have to admit she looks really pretty in the Disney collection. Isn't it alot of work to edit her like that? But I guess I can still understand a little if she was just a photo model but to appear on TV and on the cat walk looking so different is just so baffling to me. Did the japanese see it as a joke and decided to feature her or did they have no other western models at that time @[email protected]
Sorry if my misuse of grammar caused any confusion. That being said, her IG post said "she chose to end her life". So by that I meant she did in fact attempted to (or at that point commit but not commit-ed.)
In my opinion "will" meant Gg's wishes and not the actual will document. (i. e. against ones will) I guess she doesn't have to be answerable to her followers. I really hope she is not dead and just tired.
I think maybe she commited suicide but didn't die. Maybe she survived it and just isn't well enough to keep up with social media now. Maybe she is still in a coma or she has become paralyzed. The post doesn't say she is dead.. they said "her will". I read this as GG not wanting to continue being plaaastic anymore. If so she really didn't lie about her death if this were real. Or she could really be on a train. It's a fact she attempted suicide, but no one said she died.. it's ambiguous
kokopie (top) vs unif and yru. Though not 100% alike, I wouldn't call it original design. The last pair of holo boots were seen floating around taobao in holo and metalic silver way before Koko had launched hers. I believe they were copies of Jeffrey Campbell's Nirvana... or rather "inspired" by just changing the color. Funnily, JC's Nirvana seems to be 90% similar to Timberland's original boots but with a chunky heel. But to give JC credit, the chunky heel design was theirs. Perhaps they did add it to the typical Timberland design on purpose, hence trending (or creating) the chunky heel workboots intended for fashion and not work?