Yeah, but I have no idea what to believe anymore. You want to feel sympathy for him, but you just don't really know what actually happened.
Hey, have you heard about the allegations against Jussie Smollett?
I do not think it is fair that people condemn him for doing something wrong. Of course he is in the fault, but he probably has had to suffer this kind of torment and abuse his entire life.
I couldn't agree more with you. It is just not right that if he weren't telling the truth, how unethical is it for him to leverage his fame to get agenda truly spread.
I see your point of view, but at the end of the day, it is a matter of balancing what is right and what is wrong. We personally do not know how Jussie feels about his supposed "staged" robbery and abuse, but we do know the emotions he drew out from his friends and family shows he could be a true vigilante.
I see your point, but he was wrong according to law. He could have donated our sponsored an organization that helps bring awareness to the abuse he undergoes on a daily basis. As a face of such organization, he would have the power to show those suffering abuse that one can still be successful and loved.
I do believe it would have been better for him to do something like that, maybe he just felt as if there was nothing else he could do.
And it wouldn't be right to allow everyone to do what they wanted, whether legal or illegal, just because they felt like they wanted to.
You know what, you're right. People must respect the few rules were have established. That's why the rules were made in the first place.
I just think that it's best that one uses their influence in a positive way, by positive means.
Thanks for the talk, I now feel as if I have a much better understanding of what is going on.
Famous people or influencers will always have eyes on them, even if they don't wish it. It just comes with the territory.