More than ever, we live in a fake famous society. People’s worth is based on their social media following whether it’s LIKES on Instagram or CONNECTIONS Twitter, both of which can be bought. If you have enough money you can stack the deck and make it appear that you are well loved and liked.
What is real being presented to you? They can produce videos in seconds with a computer algorithm that cater to your wants and needs
In a new HBO documentary Fake Famous follows technology journalist Nick Bilton as he turns three 20-somethings with small social media followings into Instagram influencers.
“When you look on Instagram, there are over 140 million people who have over 100,000 followers,” Bilton told The Post. “How is it that the entire population of Russia can be perceived as famous? It’s not possible.” (NY POST)
Those shiny photos of influencers hanging at a day spa or sitting on a private jet are fake shots on a budget. Buy a fake private jet studio for $50 an hour along with 100k instagram followers and you’re ready for business.
Like I said, anyone can buy fake Instagram followers, likes and comments. Bots make up a huge portion of followers for celebs including Ellen DeGeneres, Katy Perry and the Kardashians – and even political figure heads.
With the passage of time, the pursuit of fake famous online will eventually fade. Why? Because it offers nothing in return, not monetarily nor emotionally.
In fact, check out the new video for the track Famous by Nashville based singer and songwriter Liv Margaret. The video takes a look at fame and its trappings, the emptiness that can come with obtaining it.
Rihanna has set off a firestorm with a tweet that called for the support of Indian farmers. We won’t delve into the full specifics here, but farmers in India have been protesting against a new law that could impact the pricing of agricultural produce.
Could India ban and censor Rihanna? The nation could if Rihanna continues to interject herself in foreign affairs.
Soon after Rihanna’s tweet ministers, Bollywood stars and cricketers warned Rihanna not to meddle in their affairs and that she should stay focused on peddling “hate” and “divineness” in America.
What happened after rising’s country star Morgan Wallen was dropped from his record label and banned from playlists and radio? Nothing yet.
Being that Morgan Wallen is dropped from his music label, his legal team could sue for breach of contract. Morgan then is a free agent. As time passes, people will forget about the reckless drunken incident and he’ll sign a new deal.
Do you know rising music country star Morgan Wallen? He’s the hottest artist in country. I should say WAS the hottest. He’s been dropped by his label after a drunken racial slur he soon regretted.
That’s right. He’s been dropped by country music radio, playlists, and his label Big Loud Records.
Big Loud Records, The Nashville-based label in conjunction with Republic Records said:
“In wake of recent events, Big Loud Records has made the decision to suspend Morgan Wallen’s recording contract indefinitely,” the label wrote. “Republic Records fully supports Big Loud’s decision and agrees such behavior will not be tolerated.”
iHeartMedia — the largest radio owner in the U.S have removed Wallen’s music from rotation.
Morgan has been removed from the two biggest country playlists – Spotify’s “Hot Country,” and Apple Music’s “Today’s Country”.
Nevertheless, Morgan Wallen has been cancelled, dropped, and suspended on all platforms. It’s most likely the end for this rising country star. Whereas artist could get away with erratic behavior in the past, this is no longer the case.
The Weeknd is spending $7 million of his own money on the Super Bowl halftime show. The Super Bowl is footing the bill for the usual production costs, but The Weeknd says:
“we’ve been really focusing on dialing in on the fans at home and making performances a cinematic experience, and we want to do that with the Super Bowl.”
Production costs can run up to $10million. The production this year will be extra special if The Weekend is throwing in an extra $7 Million.