Sidenote ..but about her old pictures.. I'm pretty sure she's always** been big. Gained weight.. of course, yes.. but those old pictures of her are also pretty heavily photoshopped. And all the backgrounds are so conveniently out of focus and blurry..Photoshop use started exploding with popularity heavily in the MySpace era with a lot of girls (me included in high school) and she fits that stereotype really well. I'm gonna guess she's always catfished and been a little bigger in photos.. And she just never stopped. Editing away more and more instead of taking care of herself like vicious cycle
As a person who has lost a lot of weight the whole body positive community made me WORSE and it's built off of the shoulders of people like Erika who edit their photos and hate themselves. And it's so funny cause they all act like it's fine, to love yourself no matter what and keep smiling. But won't talk about the real issues ..like I had a fatty liver when I was pretty young from unhealthy food and I wish more instagrammers could open up a dialogue that says while it's okay to love And accept yourself a healthy lifestyle can add years onto your life..there's nothing wrong with saying that. Weight loss absolutely saved the quality of my life so I'm 100% behind the healthy message. And it's not healthy 2 sit on your ass and edit your double chin smaller while pretending u love yourself and your followers
If you're going to wish for nothing more than fame, and be in a self created spotlight, young people will eventually find you because YouTube is a public website with content for all ages. If you make a YouTube that is public you invite criticism inside no matter what your content is. There's nothing wrong with wishing YouTuber's should be more realistic or more honest.. and judging them based on what they choose to show others is fine because that's what they are chosing to do with their time. Nobody forces these people to put personal videos of themselves out there. They do that themselves.. Especially with YouTube being popular and becoming the new "Tv" if you make an account and make videos and want to launch a popular channel for fame reasons or money etc you are asking for attention. Other people can critique what they see publicly because they have the right to question what they are being shown.
Also, plastic surgery is a very severe decision and young people are already making irreversible decisions to their growing bodies. Is it really so bad to tell a YouTube person that their content could be bad for others that they could be influcing or even protect from mistakes they have made??
I saw this Cosplayer all over Instagram recently. I just as much disagree with this as much as Mariahs Kanna..the Cosplayer herself had this hashtagged" loli.."*eyeroll* but not trying to make it about them as: It makes me wonder if that was what made Mariah try and pull it off though..? All these recent posts of petite loli cosplayers doing Kanna all over instagram and she's so jealous she isn't in the spotlight for her thicc lucoa..she has to bandwagon onto it to be the anime thicc princess she is in her head?..
I'm betting she always intended on doing it and then when she saw other cosplayers crossing the line she figured to milk it for all it worth / get attention good or bad
I really dislike how manipulative she is. She puts her fetish out in the open and does questionable and sensational things and feels it's not her fault and is upset about the criticism she receives? Anyone in the spotlight gets judged. Anybody. You can't be famous and 100% liked. It is not reality. She needs to get her goals clear. If she can't handle online comments and threads/forums discussing her antics, then she needs to stop uploading content and giving them things to talk about. Its not the viewer's fault for discussing absolutely ridiculous content
And for christ sakes I wish people would treat her like her actual age I can't wait until she ages even more so she can no longer pass off her baby talk English and acting like a 5 year old
And the fact her followers treat her like a child it's like they almost buy into her whole child oersona and encourage it.. it's awkaaaaaardddd
One of the commenters who replied here is an older father of a very young toddler aged girl. I'm starting to notice this trend in her Insta and it's seriously disturbing me. Just clicking on the accounts of some of the more suggestive comments..it's..almost always Lots of older men with regular lives ..and often times they are fathers of very young girls.. lurking in yumis stuff..(I won't say which name it is, you can click for yourself.) But does it rub anyone else the wrong way seeing older American men with young children call yumi "sexy" when she herself looks like a grandma-child. Like her body has no curves at all ..she wants* to look like an adolescent..so..what is so sexy about it? Just really..really creeps me out because Yumi tries to act child like and there are single men with children finding her sexy just Kinda gross D: imho