After 18 years of Essena O'neill talked about what's behind her beautiful photos on Instagram, many celebrities from the social networks made the confirmation or refutation of her words. The recognition of girl has caused a strong reaction among users. Owners of beautiful profiles told, in turn, how hard to get thousands of likes and what they think about the hypocrisy in Instagram.
Recall that the Essena O'neill decided to reveal the whole truth about social networks and removed from their popular account most of the pictures. And those that have left, accompanied by stories that in reality for one lucky shot she needed to make a hundred. She also recorded a video in which explains why said goodbye with social networks.
21-year-old Gabrielle grace Epstein is a resident of the Sunny Australian state of Cleveland says:
Everyone, including me, try to show your beautiful life on social networks. Everyone knows this, and everyone chooses to participate in it or not. In Instagram I'm not pretending who I am not.
The girl added that we are free to choose what impact we have on social networks: positive or negative.
If you pretend to be and allow that to put pressure on you, then this happen by your own will.
The girl reacted to the assertion that "Instagram is not real life":
Those incredible people I met and worked during the last two years, this would not agree.
18-year-old DJ and model Kurt Coleman, who has 187 thousand followers, said:
It is a fact that social media is full of hypocrisy. But it's their choice to lie to his audience?
He also spoke about product placement, which actively involved the owners popular pages:
You must not advertise products I do not use. I do only what I really use in life. I don't lie to your audience. And I wouldn't call your page a fake, because I am still me and I say to all subscribers the truth.
But the yoga instructor Cassandra spoke in favour of 18-year-old O'neill and posted on YouTube a video in which he told that he was going to break from the social networks.
I don't want people visited my page, looked at my photos and thought, "Wow, she did it, and my life sucks"
Zach James - the CEO of one of the social networks - wrote on his page Facebook post under the headline: "Essen O'neill was wrong: social media is not a lie."
Social networks give you what you expect. The complaints that you feel uncomfortable in a fictional life - it is the result of your actions
- written by James.
In connection with the scandal known glossy magazine invited 15 women to talk about how social media affect their self-image. It was found that the page "Instagram stars" can cause other women's jealousy and lack of confidence in their virtues. In addition, women begin to suffer from the issue, followers do their own shots.