March 30, 2021

Safaree Shares An Important Message About The Pressure Of Social Media 

Safaree Shares An Important Message About The Pressure Of Social Media 

Safaree is speaking out on an important issue.

The rapper/reality star shared a meme that reflects on the current state of social media. The message talks about some young adults in this generation feeling more pressure to look a particular way and have certain things. Some women and men feel inadequate because they’re not living “lavish” lifestyles some “social media influencers” portray. 

The message says, “social media got [22-year-olds] wanting to off they selves cause they don’t make 6 figure and drive a 7 series. Sh*t is terrible.” It continues, “got [women] thinking of you can’t afford a Chanel bag, you doing bad in life and offer them nothing. Got dudes thinking a good 9-5 is slavery. Nobody likes their body; nobody likes their home. Just a mass group of people wanting what others have it pretend to have.”

In the caption, Safaree wrote, “I loved my childhood.. y’all new kids in ya teens and ’20s got a lotta pressure on y’all for sh*t that ain’t real!” Take a look:

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Safaree’s comment section got flooded with messages, supporting the meme. One user challenged Safaree and asked him what is he doing with his platform to make a difference. The user said, “They look up to people like you so the real question is how do you use your fame to teach them?” Another user, upcoming rapper K Goddess, said that acceptance is “one hell of a drug.” Take a look:

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K Goddess x Safaree

In other Safaree news, he reportedly signed a three-year brand ambassador deal with DCHÉ, a preeminent black-owned CBD hemp wholesaler. Yahoo reports the “Hunnid” rapper will work with the company to create his signature line of vegan-based CBD infused lubricant, gummies, and massage oil.