Rapper, Safaree Speaks About The Pressure Social Media Places On Young People
Jamaican-American rapper, Safaree speaks about the pressure social media places on young people globally.
Safaree has said young people of the net age are under a lot of pressure because of social media.
Taking to his Instagram page he highlighted how people in their early twenties are feeling suicidal because they haven’t made it.
Accordingly, he reveals people are starting to view the 9-6 hours job as slavery. In like manner, he addresses women who have look down on people because they can’t afford certain accessories.
In addition, the rapper reveals most things on social media are not real, thus people should not be hating themselves unnecessarily.
Alongside his post, he put a caption stating;
“I loved my childhood.. y’all new kids in ya teens and 20’s got alotta pressure on y’all for sh*t that ain’t real!”
See his post below:
Source: The African Media