It’s not a secret that people are way braver with their words when they get to hide behind a computer screen. Yesterday it was very apparent how many people felt about Paris Jackson’s suicide attempt.
I think that as a society we need to be reminded that “celebrities” are people too. Especially when it comes to children. There’s also a chance that these children might actually see what has been said about them.
This lady is actually a mom and didn’t even take the time to feel a bit of empathy for a child who didn’t ask to be born “famous”.
Down right nasty comments like…
Let’s not forget the tweets…
Paris Jackson tried to kill herself today, damn I hate she got saved
— The Black Pope(@YesaMassaImRyan) June 6, 2013
And most of the other tweets we can’t publish because we personally think they are beyond awful. Ask yourself, would you actually say such horrible things to their face? Would you want someone to say something that awful to yours? So let’s agree to remember that this is a child who obviously is crying for help.
I hate the pictures @usweekly chooses of me when they write an article about any tweet I write. They hate me so they pick unflattering shots
— Amanda Bynes (@AmandaBynes) June 5, 2013
In all seriousness, is someone going to finally step in and help this poor girl? UGH.