Every mortal being's primary purpose should be to live a simple existence on this planet. Our souls will only find peace as mortals if we live a life worth living while we breathe. The way we live our lives may have a negative impact on others. When a person is a well-known figure in society or a celebrity, their impact is considerably larger. I'm not sure why I'm making this comment. Let's take a critical look at Elon Musk, one of the world's wealthiest men and a celebrity. Elon Musk has been swinging the cryptocurrency market back and forth with his tweets over the past few months.
People become panicked after hearing just a few words, forcing them to withdraw their coins from the market, causing the cryptocurrency market to plummet.
Being a star has that kind of power.
Because I have never heard the term "slay queen" in the Bible, I believe it is a modern term. The term "slay queen" is defined as "a young money digger who is active on social media and claims to be able to afford a lavish partying lifestyle." The slay queen lifestyle is thought to have begun with Jezebel in the Bible. She was the first woman on the planet to use colored materials to enhance her beauty. God felt enraged, and her body was eventually fed to the dogs.
Scientific conception has enabled surgeons and doctors to sculpt the body in the way that their clients desire. Surgical procedures such as liposuction are one of the most popular body enhancements among both men and women right now. Females who enhance their bodies mostly do so in order to attract wealthy men who will pay them after gratifying them in bed.
Surprising to many slay queens who publish seductive photos on social media, some guys regularly utilize these photos to masturbate. They may not know who these people are, but their photographs have sent a lot of people to hell. Imagine someone masturbating in front of your photo and then dying. The soul is automatically sentenced to eternal damnation in hell.
"Woe to the world because of the things that cause people to stumble!" says Matthew 18:7. "Such things must come, but woe to the person through whom they come!"
It's enough to say a few words to the wise.