Girl yes me too. I realize now that I was 18 twenty years ago and I thought I was on that shit. I am still not even close to a sage, but damn, I have seen and experienced some things since 2001. I mean, none of us were the best decision-makers at 18; however, I for one damn sure wasn't making decisions in public. The "teen" in the age says it all. Oh well, good luck to her. At least I hope she is banking her shit for therapy, future education (side-eye into the camera), and property acquisition.I remember when I was 18 and thought I knew everything, I'm 25 now and looking back at myself at that age I was so immature and such a child. If she actually matured and doesn't stay at that age emotionally like so many do I have a feeling she will regret this.
When she hits 25 she's either going to double down on this lifestyle and be emotionally delayed for the rest of her life or she's going to be like one of those people that try to overcompensate because she's ashamed of her past.
I think it’s alittle obtuse to suggest she won’t make the same kind of money as she gets older. People get richer as they age. Especially if they’re the business types and know what they’re doing.Its so cute that she thinks she'll be still making money like this in 5 or 10 years. We'll see her on the talk show/reality show circuit in the future crying about how she had so much money and blew it on bullshit because she thought it would keep coming in forever.
Let this little girl make questionable decisions. It's not our problem.