I didn’t want to talk about anymore influencers because in my opinion they are a distraction during this revolution. Unfortunately, some issues need to be addressed within my generation because some of our fellow peers don’t know how to stop making just anyone famous. Lord forgive me for being a hypocrite after stating that I wouldn’t discuss these influencers, but B. Simone (deep negro sigh) … Continue reading O’s-pinion: Don’t Talk Down to Someone Who Helped You Get Where You’re Today
“Girl you better werq!” Girl, I’m trying. This week has been great so far with me trying to prepare for grad school, keeping up with my blog and starting my night podcasts. Grad school has been tough because the COVID-19 crisis put everything on the back burner. Which is hard for me because I’m new to how graduate school even works. I found out like … Continue reading Werqin’ Girl and Learning About Impostor Syndrome
This is a touchy topic because it can go either way. The problem most of us are facing is who did what first and who owes who a “thank you” when doing certain things. Especially on social media. Credibility is defined as the quality of being believable or worthy of trust and validation is defined as the action of checking or proving the validity or accuracy of something, according to Dictionary.com. Please place … Continue reading O’s-pinion: Validation and Credit Gone Too Far? Social Media Edition
Wow…I didn’t think I would see the day people justified their actions based off of an app that could probably shut down in a few years but I was wrong again! Lauren Love, a YouTuber who shares her channel with her boyfriend like multiple other influencers out here in the world, was caught slipping when she thought pretending to fire people from Walmart would be … Continue reading O’s-pinion: Is Being a YouTuber an Excuse to Harass People?