6 Music Artists With The Craziest Fans

6 Music Artists With The Craziest Fans

Obsessive doesn't even scratch the surface when describing these crazies!

We all have our favorites when it comes to singers and songwriters, but there are some people who take the definition of "crazy fan" to a whole other level. Here are the top six music artists that have the misfortune of having crazy fans:

6. Rihanna

This super fan of Rihanna’s has a total of 14 tattoos dedicated to the “Queen of Barbados” herself. She also claims that her obsession with the singer helps her weed out potential relationships because she’s “only interested in men who are Rihanna fans anyways.”

5. Justin Timberlake

Justin once had a woman claim she was God and that she and Justin were destined to rule the world together…yikes! In addition to the almighty woman’s claims there were also reports of her trying to convince JT’s security team that Babylon witches were chasing her at the same time. The psychiatric ward was the next stop on “God’s” agenda that night.

4. Chris Brown

It turns out that naked women can appear in Chris Brown’s bed without the permission of C-Breezy. As it turns out, a woman once broke into the singer’s home and had raided his daughter’s bedroom and wrote various voo-doo related graffiti.

3. Beyoncé

Queen Bey’s fan base is obviously full of obsessive, crazed divas. But aside from any normal human being who can’t resist the glamour that radiates off of such a perfect person, there are the fans that take that obsession to an extreme. A Brazilian fan once was graced with Beyonce’s presence during one of her performances as she was signing to the crowd. Apparently that was the perfect moment for this man to get too excited and pull the singer down from the stage as a result from the aggressive exchange of affection.She recovered in the best way possible and actually addressed the situation with poise and gratitude for her fans.

2. One Direction

There are different kinds of crazy but this kind really takes the cake. Among the millions of “Directioners” that follow the boy band, One Direction, there was one particular fan that went absolutely psycho after receiving no response from the band members on Twitter. The Twitter user @illumivato threatened Liam Payne to follow her back on the social media website or she would kill her dog. Attached to the tweet was a picture of the Chihuahua being held down by its neck by the fan. After no response from the pop star, the fan tweeted another photo to him with the dead dog in her arms and the statement, “I love you. Follow me. My dog has just died.” The same fan had tweeted violent posts to other members of the band in the past with pictures of small animals in blenders and even with her mother in a choke hold. What a psycho! (Obviously due to the graphic nature of some photographs found online, Twitter screenshots have been posted instead)

1. Justin Bieber

We all know about the unfortunate trends of social media that seem to consume our timelines on occasion. One of the worst ones that swept the internet was the #CutForBieber hashtag launched as an original hoax to attempt to get Bieber to stop smoking marijuana. With the fan base that the teen sensation has consisting of mainly young, teenage girls, the campaign was taken extremely seriously and there were masses of photos with the hashtag supporting the act of cutting oneself that flooded the internet. There were a multitude of young girls who didn’t even understand what they were doing who followed what they believed was right and what would get them noticed by the pop star. (Obviously due to the graphic nature of some photographs found online, Twitter screenshots have been posted instead.)

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10 Essentials For A Writer-Friendly Coffee Shop

The best and most inspiring coffee shops all have a story.

Living in 2018 is pretty great. Not for the technology (although, it’s nice as well), not for the politics (ha ha ha), and not for the possibility of self-driving cars in the near future (honestly terrifying). No, I’m happy to live in 2018 because of a single trend: coffee shops.

Coffee shops are the THING now! And in the small college town I live in, there’s one on literally every corner. My absolutely ideal afternoon is one spent in a coffee shop. I love coffee and I love cozy spaces, so they’re pretty much perfect. As a writer, coffee shops have played a large role in my productivity as well. After visiting many different coffee shops, I’ve compiled a list of what makes one the most optimally writer-friendly.

1. Fascinating characters

Some of my best dialogue has come from overheard coffee shop conversations, no joke. I’m not sure what it is about them, but sitting in coffee shops makes people talk like they’re in a private living room. What does this mean? Intimate dialogue perfect for insertion in your latest story.

2. Trustworthy baristas

You know those baristas I’m talking about. The ones who remember your regular order, suggest new and adventurous drinks or give you an extra shot of espresso for free. Once you find them, stick with ‘em.

3. Good music

At my hometown coffee shop, Groundhouse, I can always tell which baristas are on duty if I listen to the music. ‘80s rock playlist? It’s the high school guy's shift! Soft indie? It’s my friend Eden! Acoustic covers? Groundhouse’s owner! Some of my favorite music has been discovered in coffee shops as well. I’m constantly lifting my phone to my mouth and discreetly asking Siri “what song is this?”

4. Insta-worthy aesthetics

Because if it’s not on Instagram, did you really drink coffee? (no. the answer is no.)

5. Big coffee mugs

If you’re spending $3.50 on a latte, it better be worth it. You’re not here to play around.

6. Comfy chairs

Because you’re going to be at the coffee shop for a while, writing thousands of words and getting chapters slammed out. Trust me, I know from experience it’s better to sit in a comfy chair during those thousands of words.

7. A background story

So the best and most inspiring coffee shops all have a story. Maybe they were started by a starving college student 10 years ago. Maybe it’s a family business. Maybe it’s owned by two brothers who wear beanies. Whatever the story, it’s gotta have a good one.

8. A favorite drink

(Chai tea latte, always and forever!)

9. Outlets

If you’re there for hours, the electronics will need juice.

10. Good tea

For the British-inspired days.

What else do you look for in a writer-friendly coffee shop?

*read this post and more written by young authors on the Project Canvas blog!* Project Canvas is a book of writing advice and motivation | 60 contributors from 9 countries... learn more!

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Saying Farewell to "The Fosters"

Thank you for giving representation to those who feel voiceless.

"The Fosters" first aired in 2013 on Freeform, back when the channel was still called ABC Family. Five years and 100 episodes later, it's time to say goodbye.

For months fans of this hit television show took to Twitter circulating the hashtag #RenewTheFosters trying to give the show one more season. Sadly, in January it was announced that the show would end this summer with a "three episode finale."

In short, "The Fosters" revolves around a family of many kids (many who have been adopted) and their moms, Lena and Steph. Each episode follows the family and various struggles that are currently taking place within society; recently, part of the show's plot focused on immigration and the flaws within the system.

From day one, "The Fosters" has represented unconditional love and diversity, something that the fan base has cherished. Various ethnic backgrounds, gender identities, and personal struggles have been brought to the forefront during this show's five year run.

Even though the Farewell Season has begun, it's been announced that there will be a spin-off show following Mariana and Callie, two of the main characters.

"The Fosters" will truly be missed as it gave representation to those who feel most voiceless. The show has made a lasting impact on its viewers and the television industry; from this, hopefully other shows will take the initiative to incorporate more diversity into their cast and characters.

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