Miley tweeted Wednesday, “Hope this paparazzi/JB accident brings on some changes in ’13 Paparazzi are dangerous! Wasn’t Princess Di enough of a wake up call?!”
“Princess” Di died because her professional driver was speeding, was unable to control his car at high speed and she wouldn’t wear seatbelts. In addition to killing the “princess”, the driver endangered the lives of everyone using that street that night. Lady Di didn’t care about the little people then just like she didn’t care about wearing seat belts.
If being chased by Paparazzi (in the USA we call them photographers) is a problem for you here’s a hint: Stop running from them. They instantly cannot chase you if you aren’t running away. Just go on about your business as a normal person, in a normal pace and rate of speed, obeying all traffic rules and signals…. just like all the rest of us.
BTW, if you are one of those rare people who have photographers following you all over, it is probably because you depend on media hype to help you earn a living. In other words, you don’t get to complain about the media hype. You can get rid of them any time you like by giving up the glamorous life and becoming an auto mechanic, operating a register at the Piggly Wiggly, or becoming an Army Ranger.
And Beiber: Go home. We don’t need your kind here. Canada has lots of roads out in the middle of nowhere where no one will chase you and you can drive as fast as you like without worrying about running anyone over (excepting moose).