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Rebecca Black dropped out of high school, blaming bullying. Gee, I wonder why people were bullying her? I guess, unfortunately, not everyone was a fan of her viral YouTube hit, "Friday" (shocker) and decided to take it out on the young singer at school.
During an interview with ABC's Primetime Nightline, Black discusses the bullying she endured which ultimately caused to her mother's decision to have the 13-year-old home-schooled.
Friday has now turned out to be Rebecca's least favorite day. Black explains that classmates would taunt her by asking what day it was or by singing the tune "in a nasally voice." Well, it's still my favorite.
It became too much, even for her mother. "It's hard to go to school when you are so famous and to have kids constantly making fun of what's going on," she said.Really?? "Too famous?!" Why don't you try, "too annoying".
Home-schooling definitely won't end the massive amounts of death threats and horrible comments Rebecca receives each day, and while I am super disgusted with her music (even though she did donate all her money to Japan), I do wonder who in the right mind has the time and balls to harass a 13 year old. Really people?? Don't you have anything better to do. I mean, I'll sit here and say how terrible her music is, but that's the extent of it. No death threats from me.
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