Celebrities are some of the worst humans on the planet…

They live in a total fantasy world with little to no self-awareness—and they CONSTANTLY try to tell the rest of us how to live even as they sit in their sprawling mansions in beautiful locations.

Did you see the recent celeb video that went viral (no pun intended)?

Oh, it’s rich…

It starts with Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot singing (rather poorly, I might add) the song “Imagine” by John Lennon—and then each verse switches to a new celebrity singing (all of them badly, except for James Marsden, who has a surprisingly good voice).

The irony of the song is nothing short of disgusting.

Do they not understand how that looks?

Here they are, multi-millionaires, living in their multi-million-dollar mansions, surrounded by their expensive décor singing a song about living in a world with no possessions.

These people can afford to not work for YEARS. Meanwhile, there are regular people who have literally been out of work for over a week because their businesses shut down to stop the spread of the Wuhan virus. Many of these people don’t know how they’re going to pay for their next meal.

The last thing they need is a self-gratifying singalong from clueless celebrities.

Less Celebrity, More Value


These celebrities don’t seem to have a single ounce of self-awareness.

Although it could be forgiven if their motives are pure…

They’re at least trying to raise people’s spirits—but the fact remains that most people with a brain can’t get over the level of hypocrisy on display…

It just further demonstrates their uselessness in our society.

So, have you wondered how people who contribute as little as these celebrities could be valued more than the rest of the public?


It’s understandable why celebrities get preferential treatment at, say, a restaurant or nightclub. Their presence in those establishments bring in more business.

However, one place that neither celebrities nor the rich should get any preferential treatment is the hospital.

Have you noticed that all these celebrities and professional athletes have no problem getting tested for the Wuhan virus?

As soon as symptoms appear, they get tested and then announce the results.

It’s a weird yet sad commentary on our society when we grant these people—who don’t really have much functional value in society—preferential treatment over the people that actually matter.

Why is it that these people can get tested but the doctors and healthcare workers on the front lines can’t?

Time For Celebrities To Know Their Place

Seriously, there are doctors and nurses who are working right now who can’t be tested…

But Tom Hanks and Kevin Durant can know their results almost instantly.

Why is that? Why is it that these people—who have both money and fame—get to go to the front of the line, while the people who are fighting for the lives of others can’t get tested?

It’s time for a change…

It’s time for Americans to have equal value, no matter their tax bracket or whether they’re verified on Twitter.

If they want to get tested, they can get in their car and wait like the rest of us—because when it comes right down to it, their time is actually LESS valuable than those of us working and struggling during these uncertain times.

If you work in front of a camera for a living and don’t deliver REAL news, then it’s back of the line for you.

No life is worth more than another…

But the safety of those trying to fight this virus is paramount. We need them to be healthy FAR more than we need healthy celebrities…

Even the ones that play doctors on TV.


“Celebrity is the chastisement of merit and the punishment of talent.” – Emily Dickinson