Meghan Markle Says Social Media Is a Drug – But Theres An Ugly Truth Here
Meghan Markle spoke at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit this week.
Once again, she targeted social media; only this time, she leaned on a Netflix documentary streaming on her new employer’s platform for inspiration.
Meghan claims she doesn’t know what’s out there about her. She absolutely does.
Well, having heard some of what Meghan Markle had to say in her latest “powerful women” summit, it doesn’t take a detective to figure out what she’s been watching on her favorite streaming service of late.
We all know Meghan isn’t above incorporating certain aspects of others’ work into her speeches (Grey’s Anatomy, anyone?). In this case, her go-to resource is the latest headline-grabbing Netflix documentary.
Seriously though, on this occasion, I think Meghan Markle is correct. Social media isn’t a great place, especially for young people who are still quite vulnerable mentally as they grow into adults.
So yeah, usually I’d agree with Meghan on this rare occasion, but there’s just a few little problems with what she said.
Social media is the virtual playground that her fanbase frequents
You have to assume that during all of the times Meghan Markle has thrown shade not just on social media platforms but also on users themselves, that she would include her own rabid fanbase in the equation?
And yet, for all of her moral preaching, she never once mentions the bullying and victimizing that we see from some aspects of her core support.
Now, I should mention that not all Meghan Markle fans should be lumped into the toxic circle. There are a lot of Meghan supporters who don’t condone such actions.
In fact, on many occasions, those Meghan fans who have tried to call a halt to the constant bullying and victimization of not just royals such as Duchess Kate Middleton, but also members of the British media, find themselves being attacked as well.