Gigi Hadid Says Sheâ€™s Over Making New Friends
Friendship makes the world go round and round, but if weâ€™re being completely honest, sometimes friends are actually the worst.
Because not every friend in your contacts list is a ride or die â€“Â some are manipulative, jealous af, or they’re so flaky their name might as well be named Day Old Croissant.
Which is why Gigi Hadid says she doesnâ€™t want any new friends â€“Â sheâ€™s already weeded out the crap and sheâ€™s way too busy to keep gardening, you feel?
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â€œA lot of interesting things in friends come out,â€ Gigi told Harperâ€™s Bazaar, explaining how fame can change the dynamics between the people you’re close to.
â€œIn a way itâ€™s good because you learn that itâ€™s better to have a few really good friends than tons of friends you arenâ€™t really sure about,â€ Gigi explained. â€œThere are people who understand that I love them and who knew that when I get to town Iâ€™m going to call them, but sometimes I canâ€™t call every day because Iâ€™m in weird places.â€
She went on to say, â€œIâ€™ve lost a lot of friends because Iâ€™ll get busy for a short period of time, and theyâ€™re not reaching out, but if I donâ€™t reach out, then itâ€™s like Iâ€™ve changed.â€
If you watched Bella Thorne’s new show “Famous In Love,” then you already know all about this conundrum.
(If you haven’t, you’re not missing anything.)
Let’s just say, there’s a reason why most people who are famous spend the majority of their time either hanging around people who are famous or people who just so happen to be on their payroll.
People just get jealous.
[H/T Harper’s Bazaar]