I'm very blunt, very tall, and very energetic.
Surfer, model, artist
I always have scratches on my legs, I can never let my nail polish dry, I travel a lot and am endlessly fascinated by love
^^check out me & my art^^
Coming to fame is probably one of the roughest experiences I have had to face.
People want fame because they want acceptance, and they want a lot of it. They want people to like them for them but at the end of the day it comes down what you chose to show, and what others say about it.
What I am realizing is that although having “fans” is beyond amazing the amount of hatred and rumors almost isn’t worth it.
Your friends start to believe what others are saying, they begin to see you in a different light because you’re busy and they only get to see what’s on your social media and they only hear what everyone else is saying.
There is a huge difference between, fans, friends and haters but I’ve come to realize that sometimes fans are better friends and sometimes your “friends” can be the worst haters of all.
When your ex gets you sick not because you hooked up but because you shared a blunt with him fml not worth it@1 day ago with 1 note