Do celebrities really love their FANS???


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Do celebrities really love their fan or is it ad-lib? Are they means to ends? I was just wondering because I don’t know how one could love: stalking, cursing, bitter, untalented-but-highly-crital, hypocritic, backbencher of a fan! Fine, its easy to love the starry eyed, worships-the-ground-I-walk-on, easy to please, and appreciative ones but isn’t it going to far to log both groups together as one.

Really I need clarity on what kind of love we are talking about too! Is it the platonic/ biblical/I’ll-donate-my-kidney-if-you-need-one/ kind or what? There is a saying where I come from that more or less interprets thus: “call a madman the groom of the bride so that’ll he’ll let us be” : are our celebrities indirectly calling us crazy?


On the same wavelength, how does one qualify to be a fan? Do I have to buy your CD? Or attend your shows? Or even like you or your music at all? Can I keep my preference of you to myself or do I have to shout it loud? Does it make a difference if one random fan is inadvertently hurt by you? I seek to know so I can judge myself, to know if I’m a faithful fan. I don’t have to leave my boyfriend if he doesn’t share my love for you, do I?

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Now, how is said love to be proved? Who’s to be the. Judge of the “genuine-factor”? To what end is the proof? Shall we let sleeping dogs lie?

After establishing this things, I shall proceed to ask Banky W if he loves me! 😉

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