An influencer is defending her Instagram post about money that some are calling “privileged”

Sep 18, 2019 14:42


An influencer is defending her controversial Instagram post about money that some are calling "privileged"https://t.co/ddnRsfHA0I
- BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) September 18, 2019
Alyse Parker, an influencer and “mindset coach” with over 210,000 followers on Instagram, is under fire over a recent post where she claimed that “money is merely a form ( Read more... )

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wombat_nectar September 19 2019, 00:02:36 UTC
we just have to start eating these people

no gods no influencers

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yurasama_love September 19 2019, 00:34:05 UTC
i think they'd be better as fertilizer
then we can eat them indirectly

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veracity September 19 2019, 05:55:57 UTC
I don't want that kind of indigestion, though.

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jarellano89 September 19 2019, 15:31:28 UTC
Just march them into a volcano tbh

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melispurple September 19 2019, 00:02:40 UTC
I guess I don't love money enough and that's why I'm broke?? Damn money I love you times 1 billion!!

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analievelyn September 19 2019, 00:03:00 UTC
As someone with many marginalized identities, I think that the biggest disconnect I have is with rich and/or wealthy ppl.

Esp ppl born into it. Just a completely different reality.

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disasterboss September 19 2019, 00:19:11 UTC
yeah same, like even we're both black, female, bi, etc. if there's a big income gap there's usually just this real deep disconnect. i just can't vibe with it because the class privilege really warps your thinking.

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somthingshinyy September 19 2019, 06:40:12 UTC
same here. Money can insulate people from reality pretty well. Being sheltered and delusional isn't entirely their fault, but its frustrating to be around sometimes.

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aria_grace September 19 2019, 00:03:18 UTC

jogas September 19 2019, 00:03:21 UTC
Fuck off, you smelly weirdo

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