After going viral for his outfit, Webbie has shared his thoughts on the attention he’s been receiving. However, he also raised a question that’s been on his mind: why don’t people repost his positive stuff as much as they do the negative or controversial ones?
The video shows Webbie expressing his gratitude for the positive feedback he’s been getting about his outfit. He also shared how surprised he was that it went viral, saying that he never expected it to blow up like it did.
But amidst the overwhelming attention he’s been receiving, Webbie also raised a valid point about the state of social media today. He couldn’t help but wonder why people tend to share negative or controversial content more than positive ones. “I’ve been sharing positive stuff all the time, but they don’t get the same attention as this one outfit,” he said.
Webbie’s observation highlights a common issue on social media, where negative or controversial content tends to get more engagement than positive ones. It’s a challenge that many content creators and influencers face today, as they try to balance their desire to create uplifting content with the reality of what their audience seems to prefer.
Despite this, Webbie remains optimistic about the impact he can make with his content. He hopes that by continuing to spread positivity and kindness, he can inspire others to do the same. “I’m not going to stop sharing positive stuff just because they don’t go viral. I believe that every small act of kindness can make a difference,” he said.
So the next time you see something positive on your feed, why not share it and help spread the love? Who knows, it might just make someone’s day a little bit brighter.