10 Jun 12
intension of social media is the ability to accommodate a person's opinions or comments someone become a news which read and followed by another person. Thus, not surprisingly, in social media, everyone and every person is the news maker. So, don't be too surprised if in the social media, a person can be convicted without a defense.
19 Apr 12
not just judgemental but increasingly snoopy for gossip! celebrities are people too and while some want the limelight willingly, there are other genuine souls that want to be left alone. i truly think the media should respect that.
• United States
18 Apr 12
Judgemental? Sure. Unfair? yep...quite often. It's not their fault. IT's the nature of the business. If the public were not so intrigued by the lifestyles of these celebrities then there would be no market for celebrity news. People love this stuff and especially the dirt. Personally, I don't understand it. Most of us do know that a good amount of what is reported is exaggerated or completely untrue. Still, as long as people are willing to pay their hard-earned money to buy the news about these people, the business will continue to thrive.
• United States
17 Apr 12
Of course it is judgemental, that is the job of the social media. When celebreties become 'big' they know part of the job is the media. They have to plan and prepare for that! If they don't want to be seen out partying and making poor choices then maybe they should hold the party in the privacy of their own home. Even though many of them say they don't like the media, they actually love the attention and get paid for it as well. As the saying goes 'Any day in the news, is a good day for a celebrity'. Doesn't matter if it is good or bad news.