On September 14, 2013, all boxing fans in America (and worldwide, perhaps) held their breaths during a boxing light middleweight championship superfight between Floyd Mayweather and Canelo Alvarez.
American superstar rapper, singer-songwriter, and actor Snoop Lion (aka Snoop Doggy Dogg, Snoop Dogg) made a bet with a friend named Lui on the weekend’s match. Unfortunately for Lui, the match was won by Mayweather, and, according to the bet’s conditions, Snoop was gifted a pound of pot. He immediately took off to Instagram to show off his prize and wrote this:
“Thanks to the champ money may for winning me a pound from my mexican buddy Lui !! U r the pound for pound best! N I’m gonna smoke 2 dat !!! Hahahahahahahah. @bigglala where u at ??”
Why do you think people tend to show off in social media? There is a saying that if there is no photo-proof of the event posted to Facebook or Instagram, or Twitter, it can be considered that the event never happened. Furthermore, celebrities are public figures, and many young people see them as their role-models. Do famous people have the moral right to demonstrate their dangerous habits online? Have a say in the comment box below!