Role models. When I hear people complain that sports stars and celebrities OWE their fans to be a good role model I cringe. Sports stars and celebrities live in a privileged word that is not conducive to the real world 99% of us live in.
Justin Bieber is simply a spoiled brat that is in need of a good spanking. I would want to go backstage just to put this punk over my knee and hit him with my mother’s wooden spoon. We are to blame, as a society, for creating this monster. Justin Bieber (for whatever reason) is a pop star. That’s where it should end. He shouldn’t be expected to exemplify good morals and good behavior. He shouldn’t be considered a “peer” among your teenage kids. The only “role model” a child should have is their parents. That’s the responsibility you signed up for when you decided to bring a life into this crazy world.
Justin Bieber expects to be treated differently. He expects you to “kiss the ring.” He illustrates his gratitude of becoming a multi-millionaire through teenage concert ticket sales by spitting on his fans from a hotel terrace. I shouldn’t just single out Justin Bieber for the list of pop culture vermin is long and plentiful. Kim Kardashian became a star because a video tape of Ray J putting his tool in her “no-go hole” went viral. I’m sorry but if that is what it takes to be a “star” I will pass on the initiation.
I am amazed by those that follow and revere any of the “Real Housewives.” If ya wanna laugh at them and their sorry existence I can understand that but to praise them and fuel their gold digging mentality really is a sad comment of your own existence. Let’s call these women what they truly are “Pretentious whores of _________ county” Would you let your child be baby sat by one of these botox injected skanks? Probably not.
I think we all were at one time a “know it all” teenager that was embarrassed to be seen in public with our parents. I also remember something my late father told me in the basement of our home in Strongsville, Ohio: “You will eventually realize that your mother and father will be the best friends you will ever have.”
Dad…you were right. I’m just glad you passed before I had to attempt to explain Honey Boo-Boo.