This is Vienna Groom from Enfield, CT.
She’s really upset about the death of Kobe Bryant, and because of that she’s decided to profit off of the grief and sorrow we’re all feeling for the man.
So let met get this straight. A celebrity died 3,000 miles away, and you’re using this tragedy AND the guilt of your missing cants and schizo brother to try to get people to pay you money to have their pictures taken?
Perfectly normal thing to do.
Some heartless assholes pointed out that this was probably in bad taste.
But it’s OK because she’s only making $35 a shoot.
Plus, people do remixes from dead musicians’s music, so it’s OK.
Sure, they pay royalties, but we’ll just ignore that part. She’s arbitrarily decided that $35 is an OK amount to profit off of the death of Kobe Bryant, because “we’re all grieving.”
No bitch. Just no. You are not grieving, and neither is anyone else. I liked Kobe, and I feel awful about what he and his daughter went through in their final moments, but we are not grieving.
Here’s a pro-tip – don’t quit your day job to open your own photography business if you’re dependent upon an Enfield Facebook group to drum up business.
Oh, and she doesn’t like your autistic kids all up in crotch fruit’s grill at the pool either.
So yea, if you’re down in the dumps about Kobe Bryant dying and wanna piss away some money to make yourself feel better, call up my girl Olivia so she can take some pictures and make all your pain go away.
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