- Apr 18, 2019
Omg exactly! Back in the days, I had an acquaintance who was a musician and he and his band had their first album out after many efforts. Mind you, I live in a small country, however the fame had gone to his head for months and believed he was someone great and every huge company would want to sign up with them. Long story short, they didn't manage to release another album due to internal conflicts and when their little fame withered, he finally came to his senses and laughed at his own behavior back then. So you can guess how narcissistic really famous people can become. I can't blame them entirely though, when they have all these yes-men around them.I agree with that tweet. Just look at his demeanor.
He is only part of a corny boyband and performing as back up dancer for Lil Nas , but I swear this guy believes he is some kind of "music legend"
I bet he loves his fans bullying everyone. He just has that smug look on his face all the time
Edit:AReM knows deep inside that he owes that huge success to toxic/obsessive fans and not to his art, that's why he comes off as bitter. Of course he is very talented but he was the one that chose the easy way in the first place.