The internet has gone into frenzy after a video capturing the adverse effects of “crack” (cocaine) on a lady identified as Amanda went viral.
The video which was shot and shared by YouTube by a photographer, Soft White Underbelly captured the rapid deterioration of 24-year-old Amanda, after she got addicted to “crack”
In the video, Amanda narrated her story and how she ended up as an addict.
According to her, she started with weed and then ended up doing cocaine.
Amanda whose profession is prostitution looked almost unrecognizable four months after she started using crack.
The photographer who admitted that lots of people will be accusing him exploiting the girl with her story, stated that his “goal is to make people who are strong and capable, wake up so that they can create changes that can prevent this from happening to the next generation of children”.
Before you order me to help Amanda please read this. No can stop Amanda. Not her family, not me, not you, not the church, not the rehab facilities she’s walked out of. No one. The purpose of my channel is to help us understand how and why this happens so that we can try to fix what’s broken in our country and hopefully, prevent the next generation of children from falling through the same cracks as Amanda has. I’m certain there will be a ton of commenters saying I should be “helping” Amanda instead of exploiting her, but you have to understand my aim with this channel of mine.
My goal is to make people who are strong and capable wake up so that we can create changes that can prevent this from happening to the next generation of children, not to try to fix the already broken individuals I photograph. There are many thousands just like Amanda out there. Let’s stop blaming the “exploitive” photographer and look at the real causes of this. There are many hundreds of thousand more Amandas out there and most of them have small children somewhere. Let’s fix the true causes of these problems instead of sitting on your sofa and blaming me. I’m simply informing you of the truth. ML
‘It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men’-Frederick Douglas
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