Kanye West : People committing suicide for not getting likes on social media

Kanye West : People committing suicide for not getting likes on social media
Kanye West : People committing suicide for not getting likes on social media

Kanye West share his thought on things people do for fame.

Kanye West has shared his thoughts on things people do for fame on social media, and according to him so are even committing suicide for not getting enough likes.

Kanye West who is now campaigning for a platform where likes won’t be shown to followers, said a live streamed meeting with social media app CEOs is very much needed.

The rapper concluded his post by stating that showing your likes for the world to see, is just like showing the amount you have in the bank.

He wrote;

There are people who are committing suicide due to not getting enough likes. Seeking validation in the simulation. We need a live-streamed meeting with Jack Dorsey Kevin Systrom Mike Krieger Mark Zuckerberg and Evan Spiegal.

Speaking for myself I personally want to participate in social media with the option of not having to show my followers or likes
Having your amount of likes on display for the world to see and judge is like showing how much money you have in the bank or having to write the size of your dick on your t shirt

Kanye West : People committing suicide for not getting likes on social media
Kanye West : People committing suicide for not getting likes on social media

This is coming after the Washington Times reported that a new study revealed that suicide rates among teenagers have risen, along with their ownership of smartphones and use of social media, suggesting a disturbing link between technology and teen self-harm.

Citing federal data and two nationally representative surveys of more than 500,000 adolescents, researchers found a strong correlation between the time teens began using smartphones a decade ago and a sharp rise in reports of serious mental health issues.

From 2010 to 2015, a record number of teenagers were reporting depressive symptoms and overloading mental health clinics, while suicide rates climbed for the first time in decades, said psychologist Jean Twenge, lead author of the study, which was published in the journal Clinical Psychological Science.

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