Khloe Abiri, a former Big Brother housemate, has criticized the younger generation for being toxic and lacking emotional intelligence.
The reality star explained how today’s young people are toxic via her Snapchat earlier in the day.
According to her, rather than apologize for their wrongs, they go around with lines like,
“I don’t owe anyone anything.”
According to her, learning to account for one’s acts is a personal act of integrity, and unless people, especially this generation, do so, society will be permanently ruined.
In her words: “We are a toxic generation that doesn’t know how to build relationships. We end up throwing lines like “I dont owe anyone anything.” You do owe people something, you owe those you offended an apology. You owe those who gave you support gratitude. And you owe those you disrespect, respect.
“Accounting is a personal act of integrity and morale principle over what the trends and society say. We will forever live in a broken society until we learn to account for our actions that impact other people’s lives negatively.”