Do we reward bad behavior with fame? | The Tylt

Do we reward bad behavior with fame?

Social media has made celebrities out of people with ugly behavior. Danielle Bregoli became known as the "Cash Me Outside" girl. Bregoli was a guest on the "The Dr. Phil Show" and ended up creating a name for herself by verbally and physically assaulting her mother in 2016. But since the show aired, it seems like Bregoli has turned her life around. She is now a rapper and was recently nominated for a Billboard Music Award. Are we rewarding folks with bad behavior or saving them? 

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Next up is Lil Tay who just scored a reality tv show. The 9-year-old is known for flashing large amounts of cash on her social media account, she drives cars and boasts about being rich. 

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But Jeremy Meeks a.k.a. "Prison Bae," life changed after his mug shot went viral.  Before the fame, he was in and out of jail while trying to support a family. Now Meeks has a career as a full-time model and even walked in New York Fashion Week.

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Do we reward bad behavior with fame?
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#WeCreateMonsters
#FameSavesLives