White Girl Named Becky Wants the Internet to Crowdfund Her Spiritual Journey

That’s so classic Becky.

Here’s a great example of someone who can eat my ass.

Rebecca “Bec” G. has made a GoFundMe page titled “Spiritual Journey and Travel Fund.”

The 19-year-old self-described “spiritual teacher, life coach, reiki and crystal healer, artist, YouTuber, traveler and writer,” thinks you should give her $10k so she can travel around the world teaching starving children about their chakras and Instagramming it.

Maybe she should team up with Lindsay Lohan to bring them energy drinks.

It has what refugees need. Electrolytes.

Literally. Becky says that you will get a return on your money in the form of following her blog as she wanders the earth cluelessly, blowing your money and feeling the vibe. On her page she even says:

“I believe we should all have the opportunity to have the things we need at our finger tips, whether or not we have the money for them.”

Hahahahahahahahahahahaha. Most Americans don’t even have the opportunity to afford the life saving meds they need, Becky.

Go f**k yourself.

To Becky’s surprise, most people think she’s full of s**t, and some even donated $5 just to tell her to go f**k herself. Or to even get a job, maybe.

“You might try getting a job. Here’s $5 so you can print your resume at Kinkos. Good luck! :)”

Said one person. And another had this to say:

“I’ve worked at a job I barely tolerate for 20 years and have never been able to travel around the world. Doesn’t seem fair, does it? This comment cost me 5 dollars, please donate to reimburse me for it.”

This is why people hate Millennials.

God Damn.

[H/T Death and Taxes]

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