when you are trying to “make it” as a star,
that particular path is never easy.
until your name is in lights,
and you’re getting respect from the movers and shakers,
you’ll be treated like a second class citizen.
ask anyone in hollywood.
even the nerds of the successful forests went through it.
george hill is mad you don’t like his rapping stuff.
an f-bi sent me the alert to yet another rant.
he is realizing his follower count don’t add up to his likes.
beyonce and rihanna,
two real artists with accolades under their belts,
just got snubbed by the grammys.
they could have went on social media and ranted.
there are others who have high follower counts,
but their record sales don’t match.
actors and actresses pull all nighters and movies bomb.
good shows end up getting cancelled.
usually a day,
i’ll have 12,000 views,
but may end up with like 20 to 30 comments.
i see other blogs with over 10k followers and reblogs.
i don’t rant about it.
it doesn’t even phase me.
i keep giving my foxhole more.
george seems like he isn’t cut out for this life.
he might want to stick to:
we gotta stop spoiling these attentionistos.
they gettin’ needy.
lowkey: his video for that new song,
why does he look like he is playing a rapper on tv?
the video only has 86 views on youtube since yesterday.
he can’t be an artist without putting in the work.
he is learning his good looks only means he will get fucked.