Not if you are a child emerging into adulthood in Hollywood. Did anyone see the VMA awards and Miley Cyrus’ performance the other night? The word vulgar comes to mind.
What is wrong with these kids? They have everything anyone could ever want right? They have celebrity, money, power, homes, cars, jewels, designer labeled clothes, clout, and yet, they are miserable.
Miley Cyrus, Macauley Caulkin, Brittany Spears, Amanda Bynes, Lindsay Lohan, Winona Ryder, Todd Bridges and the list goes on and on have or had everything we all dream of having. Fame, power, money, and they are unhappy.
Does a Disney child stars really need to go off the deep end when they transition into adult Hollywood? Ask Miley and Brittany. It is so sad these young people whom so many children, teens, and young adults admire loses themselves in the process of becoming and adult star.
Miley’s performance on the VMAs the other night was vulgar by seemingly everyone’s standards. I know it is hard to take you seriously in the Hollywood industry when the producers and directors only want to see you as Hannah Montana. But the message this young lady is sending is as a child you are supposed to be sweet. If you want to be taken seriously in the business, then you have to come across as a complete narcissistic trashy ho.
Suddenly, nothing is left to the imagination. If you were seen as a child before, exposing your private parts to the public proves you have chi-chis and a va-j-j and are ready to play with the big boys. Seriously, do you need that kind of attention to be taken seriously as an actor?
How about really excelling at your craft? How about learning the business and becoming shrewd about the business? How about being a role model as a strong-minded, intelligent, artist worth taking notice to because you are respected?
I know everyone only to be used and taken advantage of at every opportunity hunts these poor kids. I can’t blame them for struggling to survive in shark-infested waters. Is there no one in their lives that they can turn to for honest guidance? Is there no one they can trust?
If the answer is no, then it is up to them to not allow their insanely selfish and self-promoting world to not destroy them.
Drug addiction, alcohol abuse, kleptomania are all symptoms of pain and distrust and an inability to cope. Grab onto the reality and determine your course without subjecting yourself and the rest of the world your drama. We, the public, all want to cheer you on and support you. You have entertained us since you were children. Come into your adulthood strong, capable, and ready to steer the course of your future in a positive healthy and satisfying direction. Be wholesome not ho-some. We want to cheer you, not jeer you. This is Linda Misleh Wagner, Future Former Fatty.
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