Cancel “Cancel Culture” #JustSaying

I want to say some things about this trend called “Cancel Culture”. I don’t know why people nowadays became so entitled to their opinions that they think it’s okay to “cancel” someone just because they dislike or got “offended” by a simple statement of a celebrity or personality that they read in too much.

I’m referring to Tyler Joseph’s tweet that some people got offended. He made a joke about using his platform to talk about important things.

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I get how “woke” people are now, especially with everything that has been going on with the world. It’s a crazy world right now, and it’s nice to see how people are socially aware about politics and world issues but forcing someone to speak about these issues is a bit too much, people has ways and process to choose what they believe in. Most people are still trying to figure it out, some people are neutral about stuff. And with Tyler Joseph, his “fans” were forcing him to use his platform to spread a message, he made a joke that I actually find corny lol. But people read in too much to it. Someone said that he mocked his fans with that tweet, when in fact Tyler has a dark and weird sense of humor at times. Check his tweets, it’s full of them. He even makes fun of his fans. Anyways, this guy has been using his platform ever since, with his music he saved thousands of lives (including me). And people don’t really need to post it online as a way to support a cause. And you can’t force someone to speak up, they will if they want to.

It’s funny how “fans” treat celebrities and personalities, like they are owed, and these celebrities should do whatever their fans ask them to do. If you don’t like what people does or say on social media, then stop following them instead of spreading it more, which adds more toxicity to this world. This cancel culture needs to stop, I feel sorry for celebrities sometimes they’re not allowed to make mistakes, that’s why a lot of them don’t really go on social media nowadays. And by the way, what effect does this really do? What does cancelling someone does for you? There’s so many bad things happening in this world, and cancelling someone does not solve it. So, I’m cancelling cancel culture. #JustSaying


What are your thoughts about this “Cancel Culture”?


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13 thoughts on “Cancel “Cancel Culture” #JustSaying

  1. People aren’t woke. They think they are woke but they ain’t woke. People are living in a delusional. If people were truly “woke” they certainly wouldn’t be bragging about it.

    And yes, “cancel culture” is annoying AF. I think this also applies to people who do not hesitate to unfollow, unfriend or block you If you disagree with them.

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    • These “woke” people actually help sometimes 😅 some go overboard though, that everything is a subject of scrutiny in their eyes.

      Exactly! Like, it’s so easy to unfollow someone, why don’t people just do it and save their precious time, instead of arguing. 😅

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  2. Yes, Cancel Culture (CC as opposed to cc) does need cancelling. One of my big frustrations with CC is how it gets hijacked by others, including those who are “woke.” I just had a thought re CC. The tagline for CCs (Corn Chips), which are manufactured here, is “You can’t say no to these, just say CCs.” Anyway, The Simpsons did a nice send up of CCs over 20 years ago. We need to digest what is being fed to us, look into the issue properly, then put it in the proper context and, in most cases, move on…

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  3. I do not get why people love cancel culture. It totally ruins the concept of second chances, forgiveness and giving others a chance to grow. They do not even think how cancel culture can ruin someone’s life, and what may happen after that.

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  4. You just spoke my mind. I hate the “cancel culture” everything about it is so toxic and degrading to someone. Imagine thousands of people using this hashtag to cut you off. That just mean.

    Great read ✨🧡 xx

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  5. Fans act very entitled towards their idols. They put celebrities on a pedestal and then expect that the celebrities follow their expectations and when they don’t they cancel them. I think it is hypocritical to expect so much from a person

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