Joey King stunned the fans when he revealed that he had shaved his head for an upcoming role, and people told the actor that he was "amazing and so beautiful" after he debuted his new image on Instagram. But not everyone has been so kind. The kissing stand The new chic style of the star, as noted by King on social networks.
In a Twitter post On November 18, the 19-year-old girl revealed that a man sitting next to her on a plane mistook her for a person with cancer, and then allegedly took a picture without her consent. "I'm all on a plane and this man next to me literally turned to me with the phone in my face and I took a picture as if I had not noticed and sent a text message to his wife saying he was sitting next to a girl, who has cancer (just because I'm bald) and who is afraid of "getting infected", King wrote on Twitter, adding in capital letters: "YR PPL STUPID SUMTIMES".
The actor added then. a second tweet, describing the passenger's text in more detail: "I read your text over my shoulder that said, 'A bald girl next to me with cancer from fckn coughed and I do not want to catch him ……… um, jokin ? "
Needless to say, there are many annoying details in King's experience. For the record, cancer is do not contagious, as indicated by the American Cancer Association (ACA). "There is no evidence that close contact or things like sex, kissing, touching, sharing meals or breathing the same air can spread cancer from one person to another," the ACA writes on its website.
Also, just because someone has a shaved head does not mean they are living with cancer. Hair loss can occurs in people with cancer who are receiving chemotherapy; According to the Mayo Clinic, this happens because chemotherapy drugs can sometimes attack cells in the roots of a person's hair while trying to attack cancer cells. For people living with cancer, the side effect of hair loss can be an emotional experience, and comments such as King's seatmate could be extremely painful.
What is more, shame no one By its appearance it is never right, regardless of the circumstances or the context. And taking pictures of someone without their consent is an invasion of privacy, and it is completely wrong.
Fortunately, it seems that Joey's fans have recovered it. "This makes me sick … like women shave their heads forever!" person tweeted in response. Another fan commented that Joey should be proud of her. short hair, commenting "You are a strong, beautiful and confident woman who does not need hair to feel beautiful." Some people had suggestions about what Joey should answer in response many quips about stupidity being contagious), while this fan summarized saying: "This is horrible … I'm so sorry, Joey."
Hopefully, Joey's experience will teach others to be more kind and will generate an important awareness of the facts.
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