Camilla Cabello trolls paparazzi with hilarious impromptu photoshoot
While it's easy to mock and criticize the rich and famous, there are a lot of things they have to put up with that us normals don't have to. Sure, they may have gigantic mansions, extravagant cars, and absolutely no worries about bills, rent, or mortgage... but there are some completely insane things that they deal with on a daily basis.
With the attention of the entire world on you, your every move is going to be analyzed to death and every mistake you make remembered for the rest of your life. Even when the intentions of your fanbase are good underneath, it can still cause unnecessary debates or controversies around you.
For instance, remember when everyone criticized the London photoshoot for the cast of Red Sparrow to be sexist? Jennifer Lawrence was seen wearing a velvet Versace dress outside in the freezing English winter, while her male co-stars were all suited up in their thick winter jackets.
Many pointed out how unfair this was, but the actress herself was frustrated with the response and claimed it was her choice. "You think I'm going to cover that gorgeous dress up with a coat and a scarf?" she said in an angry Facebook post, adding: "I was out for five minutes."
Beyond the way we can overreact to the lives of people we frankly don't know anything about, the way press coverage can affect each day of celebrities' lives shouldn't be forgotten. The press can be particularly brutal with how they depict those with celebrity status, with paparazzi photographers doing anything they can to invade your personal space.
Camila Cabello, the Cuban-American singer and songwriter, gets this sort of attention. Despite being only 21-years-old, she has already made ripples in the music industry. She rose to fame as a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony back in 2012, formed on the American version of the reality show The X Factor.
As of December 2016, she left the group and started releasing her solo music, with her first album Camila debuting at number one on the US Billboard 200.
So it's fair to say she's going to have to put up with crowds of paparazzi whenever she is in public, even when she is going through security at LAX Airport.
While most stars end up completely ignoring the swarms of flashing cameras and calls for them to 'smile', or in some cases give them the finger or get angry with them, Camila reacted very differently. If they were going to take her photo, she thought, she might as well act like it's a photoshoot.
She's clearly just amusing herself and poking fun at the paparazzi, but the TSA security guard was clearly loving it. And so was the rest of Twitter.
I tell you what, if I had to put up with this kind of stuff on the regular, I would either get pretty damn mad or start posing for photos just like this. If they're going to follow you around anyway, then why not?