I wasn't that surprised by how many people decided to switch sides by the time James uploaded his video. These days people are looking to cancel someone and once they find a new target they immediately start canceling. I honestly thought this would put an end to James career and we can find people who are actually kind-hearted and talented, but it seems like more and more people like problematic influencers rather than amazingly talented and non-problematic influencers.
Joey, we get it you like weird shit, it doesn't make you any less creepy than before. He seems to want people to validate his so-called weird fetishes when literally no one asked. How can you call yourself "The Anime Man," when you have nothing but hentai to talk about. His whole twitter is basically a porn advertisement, which makes him look less advertiser-friendly to brands who would want to collaborate with him. No brand would want to work with a man who actively promotes porn on his twitter, so nice job Joey.
I'm still in awe on how this girl is getting away with so much shit. Like she's making bank on being the laziest content creator on the internet. I don't think you can even call it content, it's just her playing dress up from cheap Chinese websites and taking heavily filtered pictures. You would think the commentary community would have a field day with her but nope, they're too busy thinking with their dicks rather than using some logic. She gives some half-assed excuses and her dimwitted fans just eat it up.
Apparently, Ariana is on a new Lil dicky song with Justin Beiber and she jokingly sings whether she's black or white. Since it's a Lil Dicky song I'm not surprised since his songs are mostly about jokes, but he's pretty problematic since he collaborated with Chris Brown. What are you're guys thoughts? This is the only clip I could find.
Don't understand why influencers make they're relationships public when you don't know if you or your significant other will one day break up. I understand how people love internet couples but at the same time why does being a popular influencer means you should flaunt your relationship instead of making it private. If Sarah had made her relationship private and asked people not to get involved then that's understandable, but making your relationship public and dropping not so subtle hints that you and your boyfriend broke up and demanding people not too ask questions is borderline stupid.
The girl who tweeted that shit is a fucking Trump supporter and racist so her tweeting that was a horrible thing to do. But Joey is the biggest hypocrite to be calling out this tweet when he does the exact same thing.
Ariana really should take a break from the industry and dating in general. Her mental health is straining and if she keeps working her health will most likely deteriorate. She has enough money and clout to take a break and truly focus on herself and surround herself with her loved ones. Just to take a break from the public eye like Instagram and Twitter. She has an amazing 2018 and her fame has basically skyrocketed, so she doesn't have to worry about people forgetting about her if she leaves.
I think the reason we're not as into Belle's sexual content is cause most of us are women and we have different interpretations of sex than those of Belle's young male fans. Let's face it, most of Belle's fans are underage boys who have very juvenile thoughts about what gives them a boner. A woman simply showing off her ass or tits makes them excited, and Belle is trying to tap in every popular fetish just to keep them on edge. Belle's content isn't really doing it for most of us women, because it's just not that sexually attractive. Belle doesn't really have that much sex appeal, to begin with, hence why she's not as alluring as other women on the internet.
No mature audience would entertain her so-called content so she has to attract pedophiles and incels just to make some fast cash. She's truly the lowest of the low and I can't see how anyone would even try to defend what she's doing unless they're trash like herself.
Ariana always knew how to get herself out of some sticky situations and this seemed like one those stunts to put her image back together. She's been having a tough year with the blackfishing, cultural appropriation, and accusations of fetishizing other people's cultures, and the drop of this song and coming out as bisexual seems a bit coordinated. Celebrities are all about publicity and Ariana's team had to notice that her likeness was dropping so they needed to come up with something to derail the conversation about her controversies and steer it towards something more positive. We don't know Ariana personally and we can't comment whether she is or isn't bisexual, but the timing of this song and video and the whole message around it seemed fishy from the start.
Her Instagram is a goldmine of poorly done photoshop and airbrushing to the extreme. She could've gone for a more feminine figure but decided the sex doll look was more appealing. This picture is one of the worst ones I've seen yet.