It seems like Angela Simmons is handling the death of her child’s father well and is remaining positive.
However, during a recent selfie video about people making major changes surrounding their life, many believed the reality star and daughter of Joseph “Rev. Run” Simmons went a little too far.
During the video Simmons says, “You’re never stuck in anything” and “You always have a chance in life to make life changes.” She then goes on to say that you can change the path you’re on if you don’t like it.
While that may be the case, it’s much easier to do that when you have money, privilege and a means to make that change.
People who were literally born into wealth and privilege really need to just sit down and eat their food when it comes to these kinds of topics. https://t.co/vviEvxu3Tm— Grown Years Old (@angryblkhoemo) December 9, 2018
That kind of advice carries a different weight depending on who it comes from. She's set up to where she can change whatever she needs to change far more easily than most of the ppl she's directing this message to.— Grown Years Old (@angryblkhoemo) December 9, 2018
Same goes for folks like Diddy. https://t.co/64HKegJEMA
I think the majority of people in this world are ableist and fail to take into account experience, pathology and circumstances.— Elise *Y'all Won* Camacho (@EliseCamacho20) December 9, 2018
"I dIdN't LiKe My LiFe So I GoT uP aNd aSkEd My dAd tOo cHaNgE iT." pic.twitter.com/Sarm4l0H5n— Quinine Chela (@aweirdo13) December 9, 2018
I’d rather receive this advice from someone that’s been thru some shit .. not nobody that already had it made.— mook (@itsmurdaa) December 9, 2018
TBH their parents also need to sit them out as well. Because behind a bunch of them are thousands "also rans" and "never made its" that did the same things they did but missed out on luck and opportunities beyond their best efforts— Shaunie BAEby 😇😈💋 (@ShaunieBeeGee) December 9, 2018
It's hard to change when you don't have the means or opportunities to do so. Changing the mind is easier then changing circumstances.— AD_TheOriginal (@ATheoriginal) December 9, 2018
What do you think? Do you think Angela Simmons is just trying to be helpful or are her comments a little out of touch to those who have to struggle for just the littlest amount of happiness? Let us know in the comment section below.
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