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Zara Larsson Reacts To Groomers: “Stop Hanging Out With Kids When You’re A Grown Man”

Swedish singer and songwriter Zara Larsson released a forceful statement through her verified Instagram account, the other day, to criticize “the grown-ups” tries to build unclean relationships with young girls & kids. Larson posted a selfie and added a caption; firstly told of a Swedish artist and his friends, grooming a 15-year-old girl, and wrote:

“She was a fan. He was her idol. Disgusting.”

Then the ‘Never Forget You’ singer continued by saying that she did not put blame on girls tricked into relationships with older guys and added:

“But I did wish I could tell my younger self that you aren’t “different’’ or “more mature’’ than girls your age. You aren’t ‘’special’’, that’s just something he’ll say… You’re just easier to manipulate. And that’s not because you’re dumb. That’s because as teenagers we take less rational decisions because our consequential thinking isn’t fully developed yet. Like, our brains are literally having a hard time making good choices for us until we’re around the age of 25.”

The 22-year-old singer mentioned how an older man could deceive a young girl and intended to bring attention to these kinds of trickery and alert her young fans. She wrote:

“So when a man closer to his 30s is asking you to a party, you might say yes! ESPECIALLY if this is someone you look up to. Someone you idolize. You might do the things they do, even though you’ll be way too young for it. Do you feel what I’m saying? If you’re being treated like an adult by adults, you’d feel like an adult, even though you’re obviously not. I think it’s only natural for someone younger to wanna explore the adult world. It’s exciting. It’s new. And abusers who prey on young girls know this.”

At the end of the caption, she became bolder and finished her message with highly clear warnings:

“I put the blame where it belongs. In the hands of the groomers and abusers and all of their friends. WHY THE FU** DO YOU WANNA HANG OUT WITH KIDS WHEN YOU’RE A GROWN MAN? STOP HANGING OUT WITH KIDS WHEN YOU’RE A GROWN MAN!”

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A few days ago a young girl exposed a grown ass Swedish artist and his friends for grooming her at the tender age of 15. She was a fan. He was her idol. Disgusting. I put absolutely no blame on girls being tricked into relationships of any sort with way older guys, but I did wish I could tell my younger self that you aren’t ‘’different’’ or ‘’more mature’’ than girls your age. You aren’t ‘’special’’, that’s just something he’ll say… You’re just easier to manipulate. And that’s not because you’re dumb. That’s because as teenagers we take less rational decisions because our consequential thinking isn’t fully developed yet. Like, our brains are literally having a hard time making good choices for us until we’re around the age of 25. So when a man closer to his 30s is asking you to a party, you might say yes! ESPECIALLY if this is someone you look up to. Someone you idolise. You might do the things they do, even though you’’ll be way too young for it. You feel what I’m saying? If you’re being treated like an adult by adults, you’d feel like an adult, even though you’re obviously not. I think it’s only natural for someone younger to wanna explore the adult world. It’s exciting. It’s new. And abusers who prey on young girls know this. I put the blame where it belongs. In the hands of the groomers and abusers and all of their friends. WHY THE FUCK DO YOU WANNA HANG OUT WITH KIDS WHEN YOURE A GROWN MAN? STOP HANGING OUT WITH KIDS WHEN YOURE A GROWN MAN! STOP HAVING SEX WITH KIDS WHEN YOURE A GROWN MAN! The FUCK.

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