Am I the only person in this planet who dOn’T eVen CaRe abOuT cElebRitY’s LiFe?
Can I just say I’m kinda glad that I'e never really idolised anyone famous/celebrity or ‘insta-famous’?
The thing I mad about today is, muslim women are flirting on men and do everything to get their idols (men) attention. Watching people push each other, swarming around some famous person just for a SELFIE makes me feel uncomfortable. Seeing women hug, kiss, and give all of hers to the man that gives nothing but negativity for her, breaks my heart into pieces. Some of them even buy luxury stuff as a gift for their idols while they indeed still ASK MONEY FROM THEIR PARENT!
I’ve always just wanted to be the best version of myself. I observe others carefully and I try my best to practise the good that I see in them without falling head over heels for them. A lot of people go crazy over celebs and influencers and get super upset when they mess up or when their 'scandals’ and 'shortcomings’ are exposed.
I understand the disappointment cause I’ve felt it before over people that I want even a huge fan of. Which makes it even weirder. I mean: they had nothing to do with me!!!
It’s kind of silly when you think about it. Thats why I think it’s not worth wasting our time and energy reacting to the lives and choices of people we dont know. We can control our actions.
I still remember how people got mad (and still) when a hijabi youtuber from UK decided to take off her hijab. Yeah, I know there are muslim influencers who start off being everyones role model (or maybe even idol!) but somewhere along the way, they mess up. Either in a small way or big way. Sometimes they do things that may even be haram.
People are complex. We don’t know what they go through. We don’t know what they struggle with in private or what they worry about when they’re alone. We don’t know who influences them. Best we can do is just make doa for them cause hidayah is in His Hands. People mature in their own time. We gotta ask ourselves: are we always good? the answer is probably NO.
You are beautiful creature, dear Muslimah. Stay modest and simple, because modesty is an attribute that distinguishes a true Muslimah from other women. Moreover, our Prophet said that, “Modesty is part of iman (faith)”
“The most beautiful characteristic is shyness” - Aisyah Radhiallahuanha
May Allah make it easy for us to maintain modesty in every circumtance, ya ukhti.