Safaree just addressed his childhood in an emotional message. Check out the post that he shared on his social media account.
‘I loved my childhood.. y’all, new kids in ya teens and ’20s, got a lotta pressure on y’all for sh*t that ain’t real!’ Safaree said.
Someone posted this: ‘True statement. But when teens and 20 somethings are following people like yourself, they see your “fame” and expect it to happen for them too. They look up to people like you. So the real question is how do you use your fame to teach them that it’s work, not just looks?’
A follower said: ‘Because social media and its influencers love to endorse this “lavish” lifestyle. And you one of them lol,’ and one other commenter posted this: ‘Bless you for this …glad I lived my younger years before social media. the insecurities these kids have now.’
One other commenter said: ‘If they see your posts.. and you show your life looking happy, wealthy and simple to achieve … they wanna be like YOU! It’s important to post your struggles and the hard times of how you got to where you are.’
Someone else said: ‘Social media has become worse than the media! Perrrr⚫️’ and one other follower posted this: ‘Well, it’s also the influencers… I personally ask so many ppl if they want to work, and I get looked at like I’m crazy! Sooo.’
A fan said: ‘N thats why I don’t give a fyck about no dam celebrity or anybody on social media. Live my own life n focus on my family n mines. Fyck what other people think.’
Safaree is living his best life despite the fact that he and Erica Mena broke up.