Happiness or Fame?
An Italian fashion designer with the name of Roberto Cavalli once said, “In the beginning, I loved being famous, but now I am tired of it, and I would like to go back to my freedom.” So, in a question of fame bring happiness or are people who are not famous more likely to be happy, I think that being famous is not something that brings a person true happiness. When one is famous, a person gets no privacy and freedom , they deal with a lot of fake people, and while they might be famous they might not be famous for necessarily the right reasons.
When one famous they gain a lot of opportunities but , when one gain this fame some of their privacies and freedoms are taken away. A popular American Pop Star Justin Timberlake, said in an interview, “The worst thing about being famous is the invasion of one’s privacy.” The reason he said this is that when a person is famous one gets a lot of recognition and exposure which makes it hard for one to go out and hang out with friends, do the simple things that make you happy and do hobby or activities that you love to do. Predominantly, the reason for this is because when a famous person goes out that person is constantly being stopped and followed and asked for pictures and autographs. Depending on how famous one is and what they famous for you might not even have time for yourself, especially if you’re going to meetings and tours and things of that nature. A great example are childhood stars such as Michael Jackson. Michael often reminisced how, when he was younger. he wanted to go out and play with the other kids in the neighborhood, but he couldn’t because he had to go practice with his brothers. With that fame , many thought that his lack of a childhood forced him to make so questionable, childish decisions in his life.Therefore, being famous doesn’t always bring you privacy and freedom that makes one truly happy.
Another factor of why fame doesn’t lead to happiness is having to dealwith...
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