Celebrity dating gone too far
It’s okay to talk with your friends and say you feel it was a mistake what the celebrity did, but to actively express anger towards the celebrity almost implies that the decision they made was somehow personally against you.
That is just not rational and if it continues it is recommended you seek out a counsellor, psychologist, or psychiatrist to speak to.
David Mercer, who commentates for the BBC and Eurosport, said: “I will not be saying ‘Sugarpova’.
It strikes me as ludicrous if we’re getting to a situation where players change their names for two-week tournaments.
The odds of this ever happening are almost non-existent.
It’s one thing to look up to someone who has achieved success as a role model and to learn about their beliefs and philosophies, but it is quite another to consistently check first ‘what the celebrity would do’ before you make a decision.