The man, known best as ‘that bloke who was on that reality thing for a bit’ spoke out today about the pressure of being suddenly catapulted into less obscurity.
“It’s really hard, and no one tells you how much your life will change” he said the man, who is a bit like Olly Murs, “Suddenly it’s not acceptable to be racist or homophoblic, it’s like you’re living under a microscope”
In an interview for her school newspaper, the man’s sister also described how her a-bit-famous brother has suffered.
“He’s always being recognised in the street by people who know him. Just the other day a guy asked for his autograph, right outside our house. Then he gave him a package and left. It’s crazy.”
The man who might be in that boy band, but who isn’t the one who always wears a hat, recently left twitter after writing an offensive tweet about another celebrity who some teenagers may have heard of.
“I will issue an apology as soon as anyone notices” said the man, whose first name begins with a J or a P? “I love my fans, if it weren’t for them I’d just quit.”
The fans were unavailable to comment as one was at piano practice and the other was shopping with her mum.
Man nobody's heard of says stress of fame ‘unbearable’.
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