Rapper Safaree Says Social Media Is Making Young People Believe They Failed

Rapper Safaree Says Social Media Is Making Young People Believe They Failed

- American rapper Safaree recently shared his observation about social media and how it’s affecting this generation

- According to him, everybody wants what other people have or pretend to have and they do not love themselves

- The rapper added that 22-year-olds on social media think they have failed for not earning six figures or driving a fancy car

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Social media no doubt wields a lot of power seeing as it can control how people think or what they want for themselves. American rapper, Safaree, recently spoke about this on his page.

The music star, who did not seem pleased about how people were easily influenced by the things they see on the internet, explained how people judge their lives based on such things.

According to him, 22-year-olds on social media feel like they have failed and even consider suicide if they do not earn six figures or drive a fancy car.

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Rapper Safaree Says Social Media Is Making Young People Believe They Failed
American rapper Safaree had something to say about social media and its effect on people. Image: @IAMSAFAREE
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He stated that social media also had some women thinking that a guy who could not afford to buy them a Chanel bag has nothing to offer them.

The rapper added that guys who have a good nine-to-five job think it is slavery. Safaree said people on social media rarely loved things about themselves and only wanted what the others had or pretended to have.

In the caption of the post, the rapper said he loved his childhood and new generation kids were under a lot of pressure.

See his post below:

Some internet users took to his comment section to share their thoughts. Read some of the comments below:

Chiantellef:

“It’s our fault we tell them there’s no pressure then put them down when they don’t apply pressure. We need to learn to teach without belittling.”

Courtneyjones1977:

“Not just young people older people too”

Kevojhoe:

“Because social media and its influencers love to endorse this “lavish” lifestyle. And you one of them lol.”

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Here_so_sweet:

“Bless you for this ...glad I lived my younger years before social media.The insecurities these kids have now.”

Ynvtish:

“If they see your posts.. and you show your life looking happy, wealthy and simple to achieve ... they wanna be like YOU! It’s important to post your struggles and the hard times of how you got to where you are.”

Interesting.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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