The website “TMZ,” which is celebrity gossip blog about celebrity Mila Kunis (actorist) whose cell phone has been hacked and sending seductive pictures out. It quotes, “Mila Kunis is the latest celebrity whose cell phone has been hacked, and the hacker is leaking several pictures of a seductive Justin Timberlake … TMZ has learned. Four pictures have been leaked, including two which show Justin — one, laying shirtless in a bed, and another in which J.T. is jokingly sporting a pair of pink panties over his head. Kunis is not featured in either of the pics.” The comment from the blog was from “Dog Snot:” about an hour ago post “Stars habitually getting hacked and yet they still keep provocative pictures on their damn phones and pc’s Hmmmmmm! I’m not a detective but, I do smell a fart in the wind. Can you say “another publicity stunt?” Betcha Can….” The original poster does not get involved with the conversation and leave the people who comment it say there comments. The user “Dog Shot” response to other people comments about the situation every hour.
The main focus of this blog is how seductive pictures are being send out of celebrities. People who comment these type of blogs are like “Oh, what! That’s crazy I wish I received the picture message.” Like they really don’t care about who it happens to, they just want to be noisy and see pictures. The comments that are posted on this website are just like the people who blog about celebrities. They are noisy, love gossip, and want to be the first to talk about it. The people who comment about the blogs do have to register, they have to provide name, email, and the comment they wish to post. The effects people leave on these types of blogs show that it’s okay if celebrities send nude pictures, as long as I get one. This isn’t a good example to set for children and young adults, because then they’ll see it as its okay if they take nude pictures and send it to their partner.
Certain websites like “TMZ” should not set guidelines like by law its free will, to say your comment and I mean there’s nothing much that could be really done about if it’s inappropriate. The only thing that can said or done is by the people who blog it, to rethink what they comment because other people will be seeing what they say and will most likely judge them, depending on the comment. For example, if a person said “Nude pictures turn me on.” Someone might comment them saying your nasty. Comments reflect on people and people need be more careful what they say.