She was Michael Jackson’d.
She didn’t have a childhood, she was contractually required to have a specific haircut, her entire life was formulated by her handlers, she didn’t get to hang out with friends if they weren’t friends formed through the set of a TV show, she wasn’t able to do things that other children do, she was busy working.
Although yes, she is now set for life financially (her net worth is $100,000,000 if I remember correctly) she paid with her freedom and now she’s trying to regain some control over her life, unfortunately she’s discovering that the things she’s doing aren’t her and her greatest fear is probably that who she was paid to be is who she really is.
The same thing is happening with Justin Bieber. They’re not bad people, they’re people that were taken advantage of and now just want to… feel. Michael Jackson is the best example, it’s why he was in love with children and loved peter pan and everything children: he wanted the childhood he never had. The parents are (in part) to blame for what happens to a lot of young celebrities, they take advantage of their children and don’t provide them the support they need, Lindsay Lohan is a good example of this: her parents are absolutely toxic and it caused her very real problems.
Miley is just trying to regain some control over her life. She’s becoming the exact opposite of what she was required to be before, she had to be kid safe? Not any more. She had to have long hair? Not any more. She had to sing about being in love? Now it’s about getting fucked… etc etc.
Although I’m sure it’s fun to mock a celebrity going through something like this, she’s just a vulnerable young woman trying to discover herself and trying to get used to being her own person, unfortunately for her it’s in a very public way.
If she’s going to get through this without doing something very stupid she needs to be left the fuck alone by the public and paparazzi, she needs a good group of role models and some time. She’s talented (her first album is an enjoyable pop listen) and will have a future if she doesn’t go off of the deep end.
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Humans like to think we’re a clever lot. Yet those magnificent, mighty brains that allow us to split the atom and touch the moon are the same stupid brains that can’t start an assignment until the day before it’s due.
We evolved from primitive creatures, but we never quite shed ourselves of their legacy. You know the clever, rational part of your brain you think of as your human consciousness? Let’s call him Albert. He lives in your brain alongside an impulsive baby reptile called Rex:
(Rex is your basal ganglia, but that’s not very catchy so I’m sticking with Rex).
Rex evolved millions of years ago – unsurprisingly enough, in the brains of reptiles – and his instincts guide and motivate you to this day. Hunger. Fear. Love. Lust. Rex’s thoughts are primitive and without language.
Here’s the bit you’re not going to like. Rex makes the final call on all your decisions. Every. Single. One.
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