When you are famous do you ever get a brake?

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I'm not famous but i love attention but yeah you get a brake if you dress up and hide in your own house or if you close all of your blinds sometimes they're on your lawn so i suggest you get a fence! ~_^ but if you get their pic you can get a security guard for the papparottzi so really if you want a brake just stay at home

or you can just go to Mexico! lolz

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