After watching, please remember this is a 2008 documentary! It’s important to understand the artist’s lifestyle decisions after that year considering every up-and-down change of success, fame , money, luxury, fans, love, rehabs, interactions ..etc until her sad decease in 2011 by the age of 27.
Your purpose in life is subjective, but it’s objectively stupid to substance abuse yourself to death. Explain the logic that justify crossing the harm line.
Self-explanatory concept illustration of smart -vs- stupid behaviors.
Sorry to break it for ya, but your idol was dumb. This documentary milked the f–k out of the b-tch. Up until the last conclusion lines it describes everything about her. numbed with drugs she won’t listen to her voice or see the love around her. I know her entire career pictured a great lesson, but I don’t believe she did it to her fans. An avoidable better conclusion was possible, but it ended bad. It’s kinda dumb to see the perdition her overdosing on junk and die if she didn’t change. Oh well. Teens idolize celebrities who they connect emotionally with just because of their art, and follow them to any bad images or behavior afterward.
Please tell me this’s any different from the PimpC or Houston DJScrew purple drank. “codeine legend?” are you dumb people? If who you love was smart and good enough, then they would sacrifice something of their own to get you what’s best for you.
Read the rest of this page »