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Celebrity life means no privacy
This world is full of celebrities and superstars. Many of the stars we have today have rags to riches stories that changed their lives dramatically. Some believe that being a celebrity is all fun and games. What most don’t realize is how much they go through with the media and other technological advances.
I feel that technology has definitely compromised the lives of celebrities. Celebrities are unable to live normal lives because of rumors and other numerous accusations.
For instance, Justin Bieber is being accused of impregnating a woman named Mariah Yeater. However, Bieber denied all allegations on NBC’s “Today” show on Friday, Nov. 4. Bieber and many other celebrities are constantly battered and trashed by the media.
Technology has been a great advantage, but for some it is a restraint. Technology makes it hard for celebrities to keep a private life and therefore compromises their lives.
Ashlee Rangel is a sophomore at Stockdale High School. The Junior Journalist is a cheerleader who plays volleyball, basketball, and softball, and is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The daughter of Santiago and Gennie Rangel has two brothers and four sisters. After high school, she hopes to earn a degree in business or become a dental hygienist.
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