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Gaga’s University Peers Had A FB Group Devoted To Embarrassing Her For Trying To Be Famous
When you walk down the street you may see someone and think, wow they have a good life or when you are scrolling through Facebook, Snapchat, or Instagram and everyone looks like their life is perfect, you might think you are missing out on something. On the outside, it may look that way, but everyone struggles with something throughout their life.
A Star Is Born” is the fourth reboot of the time-honored story of a fading musician and the struggling artist he falls in love with. No one in this world becomes great without going through some sort of difficulty. And this story from Lady Gaga’s personal life only proves it. In the initial stage of her career, her haters made a Facebook group called “Stefani Germanotta, you will never be famous.” Recently, people found out about this secret and instantly fell in love with the irony of it.
I remember coming across a Facebook group that broke my heart
I couldn’t shake the raw feeling of filth while scrolling down that Facebook page
Shame that I never defended the girl with the intense raven eyes
— the girl whose brave flyers were stomped on, probably somewhere near my dorm. But again, I soon forgot about that revelation and that feeling. Feelings. They’re so fleeting. Even more so, revelations. We need to constantly re-discover them every damn day. Like last week, when I woke up to this meme. I saw the muddy sole eclipsing her name. The eye-rolls. The cowardly virtual-giggles. The “Who does she think she is?”
I’ve got a lot of feelings, but the easiest one to articulate: gratitude
Stefani, thank you. Thank you for always thinking you’re a superstar, for using your cracks to let the light come out more brightly. Humans, let’s follow suit.”
I am a Business Management graduate from the University Of Staffordshire (UK) and a qualified personnel officer who completed the National Diploma of Training and Human Resource development at Institute of Personnel Management (Sri-Lanka).
Apart from my professional career in the field of HRM, I am also a freelance writer of web and business contents.