Should Celebrities (or Anyone) Express Their Frustrations via Social Media?

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Twitter (@MileyCyrus)/Instagram (@justinbieber)

Twitter (@MileyCyrus)/Instagram (@justinbieber)

While non-famous people could argue that a bad week in the life of a celebrity is, like, the best week of all time in the lives of us normal folks, you have to admit that Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber had to put up with a lot the past few days. Cheating scandals, break-up rumors, ruined celebrations, disappointed fans — they were driven to frustration. So much so, they both took to Twitter to express their feelings:

Miley: “I am so sick of La. And sick of the lies that come with it […] Taking a break from social media. #draining […] my new music is gonna shut everyone up.”

Justin: “rumors rumors and more rumors. nothing more nothing less. might talk about them 1 day […] fake stories to sell papers i guess are part of the job […] so make up stories about fake fines and make no mention of the positive…”

And these are just from yesterday. Now comes the question we’re all here for: Should celebrities, or even people in general, use Twitter, Facebook, etc. as a means of expressing their frustrations? Or keep those types of emotions to themselves? Everyone uses social media differently, so there is no right or wrong answer. Tell us yours in the comments below!

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