Controversial smartphone app for children age 12 ‘promotes gold-digging, bondage-inspired lingerie and flirting for rewards’ A smartphone game that encourages girls to dress sexily and go on dates with ‘hot guys’ in the hope of becoming models has come under fire for promoting the wrong values to girls. Star Girl, which has 1.3million likes on Facebook and was until recently aimed at children aged four+ on iTunes, is now rated 12+ but is played by thousands of young children. It invites children to step ‘into the high heels of an aspiring celebrity who is setting out to build her career as a superstar while having a ton of fun along the way’. Controversial smartphone app for children age 12 ‘promotes gold-digging, bondage-inspired lingerie and flirting for rewards’
What are we doing to ourselves, and why do we allow these companies to get away with it? Society is constantly being degraded by the main stream media, who glorify trashy celebrities to such an extent that there appears to be no moral code what so ever governing them. This is what we end up with here in the UK, and she is just the thin end of the wedge...
‘Miss Cunningham,’ (right) who is pregnant after working as an
escort prostitute, revealed in The Sun newspaper that she had cut down from 40 cigarettes a day to 20, but would need help from her GP to cut the habit completely. She said on a TV show: ‘I’m hoping my doctor will be able to help get me off the fags. But the public will probably whinge about funding that as well.’
Anti-smoking advice, counselling, drugs and patches are all available on the NHS, but at a cost to the taxpayer.
News that Miss Cunningham had a breast augmentation, funded by the same NHS trust that refused to fund surgery that would have enabled a two-year-old girl with a form of cerebral palsy to walk, provoked outrage across the country. She sparked outrage after posting a provocative tweet saying: ‘Sticks and stones may break my bones, but tax payers will always fund me’
Miss Cunningham later claimed her breasts, which were boosted from a 32A to a 36D, were ‘so big’ she found them embarrassing, and said the NHS should pay for a reduction. Then she tried to placate public opinion by promising to pay back the cash. But when she became pregnant after working as a £1,000-a-night
escort, prostitute she admitted she could not uphold her pledge – and now continues to soak up public funds. She has had £1,500 of Botox treatment for excessive sweating, and two months ago, she boasted she would be having £2,500 of free dental work now she is expecting a child who she is clueless over the father’s identity. Pregnant delusional escort prostitute, and wannabe ‘glamour model’ costs the British taxpayers thousands of pounds, and she wants and expects more
More gross mismanagement and overspend by the lunatics running the National Health Service… This delusional slapper should be sterilised for free, and then be allowed to act out her dreams at no further cost to the tax payer. ‘Bejeezus give me strength’ Yours Aye.