The truth be known.....most people are attention starved .......this is how social media makes money .......they know this they take advantage of your insecurities....and ad men thrive of attention from attention starved people ....
Mark zucherburg and all the social media billionaires ...........this is how they make money ...from people who are starved of attention .....this is how social media survives ............... from people who want to be liked by anyone .....fact ....look at some of the clowns of tik tok ....face book and instagram some girls showing their clits and tits for attention ......there are so many kids and adults today unloved from broken homes ....single parents .....and they feel like they need to be liked ....all rappers are attention starved ,.......all famous people are attention starved they thrive of the attention ....otherwise there would be no famous people ,...simple dynamics ....really ....if you want to think about it ....... no one really gets famous by saying they don't like to be liked .....but fame is like drug ....it's an addiction....they get hooked on it ,...and when it's taken away .....look at some of the people who were forgotten .....
People Are Calling Lil Pump Attention-Starved for Speaking at Trump Rally After Being Introduced as 'Little Pimp'
An increasingly attention-starved Lil Pump, whose opinion on such things means next to nothing, briefly took the stage at a late-night Trump rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
"I love your sound," Trump told the crowd, though none of this even remotely matters and is clearly a bizarrely miscalculated ploy. "I love your music. And speaking of sounds, music, and other things—one of the big superstars of the world—Little Pimp. There he is. How is it going? You wanna come up and say something? Come on, Little Pump."
After complimenting Pump's hideous headwear choice, Trump welcomed the Kanye West collaborator to the stage:
"Hello, everybody," Pump, whose threat to leave the U.S. if Trump loses the election has been met with open arms, told the crowd. "How you guys feeling? I come here to say, Mr. President, I appreciate everything you've done for our country. You brought the troops home and you're doing the right thing. MAGA 20, 20, 20. Don't forget that."
Pump's latest attempt at garnering attention by any means necessary has, of course, also been met with immediate mockery:
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