Olivia Rodrigo

Olivia Rodrigo Sheds Light on Internet Toxicity: ‘It’s Not Real Life’

Olivia Rodrigo recently sat down for a chat and spoke about her thoughts on the toxic nature of the internet and social media . The singer broke her thoughts as she sat for an interview for the issue Musicians on Musicians of Rolling Stone.

During the course of the talk, she was quoted as saying, ” Sometime around 22, I stopped reading everything because it wasn’t really relevant to my personal growth and evolution .”

“I had enough people around me who would point out my blind spots whether I wanted to or not. And I love therapy, so I’ve always had a great team of therapists. But at the end of the day, it became ‘Who I feel seen by? ‘”

She also went on to say, ” I’ve taken the same path as you and just don’t look at it. I don’t think anyone is meant to look at those things .”

I don’t think that we as human beings are supposed to know what thousands of people think about what we wear, what we said or how we speak .”

I think having separation is really important – realizing that that’s not real life, you know what I mean? That world that is created online is just one facet of this huge human existence.”

Rodrigo also went on to say, ” For a long time, I had a hard time separating those two things. I could be nice and smart and have all these amazing things, but if I didn’t show them on Instagram and no one saw, did it really happen? “

Olivia Rodrigo defends Britney Spears

It is not the first time that Olivia Rodrigo refers to the way in which the mental health of artists is affected . In an interview with Teen Vogue , the pop star spoke about the pressures of fame and the unique challenges many female artists face in their industry. For example, the 18-year-old is fed up with the way Hollywood pitches women against each other and celebrates their failures.

Britney Spears is a prime example of the severe scrutiny female artists can encounter, and Rodrigo shared that she has been following the #FreeBritney movement closely .

” I’m so excited to see her work her way through your case, ” she told the magazine, referring to the Spears guardianship case. ” I am so happy that Britney’s case is getting so much attention, and I just hope she gets all the justice she deserves and lives the best life possible .”

The “Drivers License” singer thinks the Spears case is just one example of the way our culture ” knocks women down in the spotlight of sport” and feels strongly that it must stop.

“ As a society, we definitely have to re-examine the way we treat women in the entertainment industry , and not just ourselves; it is not healthy for young women to watch all that in the media. It paints a bad image, “she said.

Ashley Johnson
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