GLORILLA TELLS HER FEMALE FANS TO BE TOXIC DURING THEIR 20s

GloRilla is back in the spotlight, dishing out more pearls of wisdom to her fans and women worldwide. The Tennessee rapper, who dropped her EP “Anyway, Life’s Great” in November 2022, isn’t shy about sharing her insights on money matters. In her track “Get That Money,” she spits lines like, “Don’t be scared to ask that guy for some money, ask that guy for some money… You better get that money.” Comedian DC Youngfly playfully responded on Twitter, suggesting that fellas shouldn’t hesitate to ask for their share too. Fast forward to 2023, and GloRilla is back with advice for her fellow women in their age group. In a now-vanished Instagram live, the 24-year-old urged ladies to seize their youth and embrace their “Toxic 20s.”

GloRilla’s message is echoing a trend among younger female celebrities who champion living freely during the prime of their twenties. However, this advice is a double-edged sword – it sparks debates about whether it’s empowering or problematic. What do you think?

What’s your take on GloRilla’s encouragement for women to be a little wild in their twenties? Is this sound advice for the next generation? Moreover, if you were a celebrity with a female following, what kind of guidance would you offer? Share your thoughts in the comments below. Stay tuned to HNHH for all the latest buzz from the music world.

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