Abundant articles are written and published on the internet about the recent bulk leak of celebrity images hacked through iCloud. Internet is inundated with such images shot in the bed rooms started bedding room for shy-enough-to-peep-into types. From Elizabeth Hurley to Jenifer Aniston, all have done this to gain kitsch popularity. Pamela Anderson also came into limelight when she celebrated her birthday in a nature suit (read Naked), consequently she had to join the Save-The-Animal movement by getting photo shoot for Peta. Red Carpet parties and Award Ceremonies witness the most wardrobe malfunction during the shoot-me-in-your-lens moments by the shutterbugs. This is an open secret that technology is befriended to create buzz out of ass-sertive images of celebrities.
This issue has been beautifully shown in a Bollywood flick named ‘Heroin’ where the protagonist wants to get out of the stigma of fiasco releases a video of intimate moments shared with one of the contemporary stars. The video goes viral and she capitalizes the crafted opportunity. A lot of Hollywood actresses keep posting some of their best SHOTS on Twitter. The modern 140 characters based micro blogging site has become a soft-porn-target for celebrities of late. Earlier, it seemed that Twitter is made for celebrity and later on descended to the political fraternity as well. We see Poonam Pandey, to some extent a public figure, a popular model befriended Twitter again to create a spectacle of ‘selfiable’ bod-shots. ‘Breaking the Internet’ created a buzz, but Kim earlier has done the same damage to Internet demonstrating the oiled rump for Victoria’s Secret.
Kirsten Dunst became the latest victim of iCloud embezzlement which made her a little bit more popular, personally. Internet once more was laden with ‘Thank You iCloud’ messages. Once Apple of All Eyes became the Apple of Discord for some and to majority it still holds the Apple of All Eyes position. The scholarly old loonies might call the actions eccentric but a lot of various groups are making money out of it. Thousands of bloggers write about it making mole of a mountain-oh wrong use, let be it! Social media sites make money out of it by helping people chat about it and share as much details as possible backed by mobile apps which shares the images and videos for no cost. Soft porn gets social in seconds. Youngsters get to know the Ins and outs of their beloved celebrities sans going for any paid subscriptions. Hence, it’s a win-win situation for all be it the celebrity who agreed for this or the management company who assisted in the instant spread of the art tagged with hundreds of practicing online writers. Not to forget Google Glass is yet to be exploited. Watch out for more….Shortly.
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