The young American dream is to succeed into the entertainment industry, when there is definite success with an education. Partying, spending the little money they do have to try to impress others or getting into trouble trying to life as your idol does. Following your dream I strongly believe in but it’s defiantly not for everyone, not everyone gets discovered with their talent, it’s tough. Whether it’s a sport or music there’s so many people on your level that are only good, they are looking for nearly perfect and even if you get blessed with a spot, never stop education. When all things fail a degree or two will definitely be great to fall back on because without it, what will you do next?
Lights, money, and cars, anyone wouldn’t mind living lavish, not having to worry and just have fun consistently. A lot of the love these entertainment businesses get comes from some seeing it on TV. These celebs in their lyrics expressing that their way of living is the way to live, looking extremely happy in their videos and the young do trying to keep up with what these artist wear, and buy even if they have to spend out their budget. Don’t get me wrong I feel it’s okay to follow your dream but not without an education to have you well grounded. So many athletes go pro, get hurt and have nothing else to rely on and from there have to start from somewhere they could’ve finished long time ago. There’s a friend of mine that knows someone that was in a similar situation. A wide receiver that hurt his arm, he actually did have an associate’s degree but the money he planned on making could not compare to a job he could get. I feel as a male in any sport it’s hard for them to accept reality, pick up and do what they have to, our egos are pretty large. The injury made him not want to continue anywhere else and to...