Stop making undeserving people famous

Stephanie Kroll, Staff Writer

The Kardashians, Jenners, Danielle Bregoli (Cash Me Ousside Girl), Alaina Thompson (Honey Boo Boo), June Shannon (Mama June) and many more are all prime examples of what society is loving to keep up with. (pun intended.)

And I honestly cannot see how any of them are famous and greatly admired (or once admired) by an international audience.

I believe that they have not done anything significant to greater society and they are no better than the average Joe.

Let alone on the same level as the average Joe.

And to me, famous people should be those who make a positive impact on the world.

Famous people should not be botched 20-year-old “makeup creators” that were born into fame, or an arrogant teen that disrespects her mother on live television then makes some “raps,” or even a child that was placed in a television-broadcasted beauty pageant with the help of her mom, to gain money and popularity.

These kind of people don’t deserve any kind of acknowledgement, spotlight, nor respect because they have clearly not done a thing to earn any.

Instead, we all should be praising doctors, scientists, surgeons, chemists, and the people that work in professions of that nature for benefiting the common man.

And that is one change I think society should put into consideration.

People should no longer watch or create higher ratings for nonsense TV shows and conceited celebrities.

They don’t deserve it.

So if that were to happen, I’d argue that the world would be better off.

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