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Friday, 6 May 2011

image for US seven/eight year-old girls given botox by fame-seeking moms "Mummy, mummy, I want to be famous, where's the botox I need a jab?" Sicko's!

Many sick mothers in the US are seriously preparing their very young girls for fame and fortune. These days it's not good enough to sing, dance and look like Shirley Temple, no, the kiddies have to be pumped with botox, drugs, have their eyebrows tattooed and may even have a bit of silicone added in certain areas too!

The US is well known for breeding budding superstars at very early ages with their kiddy talent pageants, etc. Misguided parents parading their little darlings hoping they get spotted by a record or film company so the millions of bucks can start flowing into mummies and daddies bank accounts.

Fame comes at a price, especially in the US; parents, especially fame crazed mum's who are willing to pay any price even risking their children's health.

Shirley Temple was a real kiddy star and she certainly didn't have any botox pumped into her face, or did she?

Lets hope these kiddies achieve fame and fortune because the parasite drug-dealers waiting in the wings just can't wait to sell their "healthy products" to very disturbed up and coming and has-been "wonderkids"!

US sick mums who want their kiddies to become famous and make millions for them should be taught a lesson by taking a quick trip to Calcutta, India; there mums of little little girls would love them to become famous too, so they force them into kiddy prostitution, after all any fame is better than no fame?

Sick world?

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