How much sharing is too much on social media?

Sara and Keke talk about how much they do or don't share online.
2:35 | 09/16/19

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You know what time it is? It's time for lunch dish. Lunch dish! Now you guys I never read the newspaper because why? But when I do, I always end up finding myself into some tea. Apparently -- you know that Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus are getting divorced. Yes. Apparently page six reported sources close to him report that he found out through the internet. He found out about the divorce through social media. He was in Australia at the time and Miley's camp dropped the news. It's always this whole sources gag. We don't know what's what. It made me think of how much is too much to share on social media especially when it comes to relationships? So I didn't come up in the age of -- that makes me sound ancient. I'm not your generation. You guys have a bigger pressure to be present on those things. I'm a little scared of the internet still when it comes to showing too much of my private life, definitely my relationships. Max and I feel the same way. The second you see an overly gushy post, we're like get ready for the big announcement. It's like getting someone's name tattooed on you. The ones that gush the most, it's sad. It never turns out for them. It's not good. I don't go to social media with that. I'm like why don't they roll over and tell the person they love those things. For me it puts too much pressure on the relationship. If you're always that person on your Instagram page posting you and your boo, then the one day you're not in a good vibe and you don't post a picture somebody is like what's going on with you and Bobby? What's going on with you and lily? Y'all good? Now I got everybody on my back. Aside from me being on my own I don't post anything. You are very secretive. I don't know if it's because I'm Virgo. I'm literally like Beyonce. We're going to be married for ten years before you see me around with this man. Wrong or right? Keke had me laughing earlier. She was like I like to mislead people too. I like to mislead people when I'm in a relationship. Even if I'm in love, I'm still posting break-up memes. I don't want anybody to know. I'm going to be confused all over the place. Y'all ain't going to know what's going on in my life. It is good because you invite them into the break up. When things are going well and you break up, you're like it's no one's business. You're like, well, it was That's true. There was another story that

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