Oh yes, I'm sorry if my point didn't come across clearly! I am definitely not agreeing with Dodie, as far as I'm concerned, Dodie is behaving very immaturely to this whole scenario; considering she is an 'artist' herself you would've thought her reaction would be different, and as she is a 'public figure', calling people "bitchy" is very immature. It's Dodie's choice to post with McKenna, which shows us two things pretty much.. McKenna hasn't told Dodie all of the information about her, or what she's done, so it's pretty easy to tell that their friendship is pretty superficial and 'for the cameras', I doubt they're really close friends.Neither of these two 'public figures' (used lightly) have any care for their audience or how their fans react to their pictures.Perhaps I'm wrong, but considering Kenna and Dodie's entire careers and respective brands revolve around social media, you would've thought that she could act more mature.
I’m not sure if this is super on topic, but it seems Dodie is very aware of the fact she’s friends with McKernel despite the bad things she’s done; but even though the first person was reinstating what Dodie said, as far as I can see, Dodie has only liked my comment. Maybe her commenters are teaching her things she didn’t know about McKetchup?
It's mainly because Kenna seems desperate to remind everybody that they're HER friends, they influence HER life, they make HER so happy. So, where she could've said.. > My friend Dodie, whose bright attitude lights up a room, and whose voice lifts the dampest spirits She instead writes a paragraph on herself, and how her friends affect HER, like they aren't their own individuals, they just exist to please her every whim. The way she writes isn't heartfelt because it just shows how she only values what benefits her in her friends- she never really talks about their achievements, only makes herself look better by using them as proxy. A note- that is not how I personally feel of Dodie, just a way Keratin could've structured her daily instagram essay.
Kentucky has the worst hair in that photo- not only does it look like it's pressed/matted (from leaning against a chair/pillow all day? or sleeping?), you can see the frizz and tangles in there. Her hair has lost those lovely curls and just become messy- I don't want to reach but it doesn't look like she's even attempted to look good for her picture. Also, her fringe is so far up her forehead, she needs to brush it down, and at least run some serum through her hair- literally a drop on her fingers would tame her hair so well. But Kentucky would never.
new poster here so sorry if i'm breaking any rules, but look at the state of her roots! Surely for someone whose entire social media presence is based around image, it would be important for her to wash her hair.. even though it's just for a photo.