For all the people who are convinced that Amazon‘s prediction is correct and Rachael Frrokh 2020 will win every award she’s nominated, I have a warning for you. The hype died down as quickly as it came up. If that was hoped to carry you through a tough day, then be careful because there is really no guarantee what-so-ever.
That means never ever rely too heavily on the hype of the hour, for if your faith in it falls victim to everything else happening at that point in time then it would be an entirely wasted emotion. This is just one of many reasons why some publications like Buzzfeed use only gathered facts about a possible future event and not outside sources when making predictions.
1. Rachael Farrokh won’t be nominated for any awards.
If the Rachael Farrokh 2020 hype is based entirely on what the media says about it, then it’s plain unrealistic. If for example you’re basing your excitement on a tweet from someone who is normally not active or even a message board post, then there’s no way you’ll expect to win anything. In other words if all you’re doing is crying out loud because she might beat Adele and Beyonce, when more reliable statistics point to her actually not at all, then that is really just an ego trip because nothing else can be believed in.
2. Rachael Farrokh won’t take home any awards at all.
If you base your expectations on what others say about the future, then you may be shocked when those people don’t win anything at all. This doesn’t mean that Rachael Farrokh 2020 would never win an award, it just means that her name will appear in the list of nominations but she’ll never actually end up receiving an award because she’s not a real person and she never will be.
3. Rachael Farrokh won’t have any pop music hit songs.
This ties in with the previous point but if you’re basing your excitement on what you read or hear, then it’s pretty much pointless to expect her to “win”. If you really want that to happen then perhaps make sure she actually has the originality in her own music and make sure that everyone knows that she is a completely original person and not just some manufactured starlet.
4. Rachael Farrokh won’t have any TV appearances.
If you’re expecting Rachael Farrokh 2020 to appear on any TV program, magazine or website then you can forget about it. Everything from the music video to her press kit will be 100% fake so don’t feel too offended if the only way you’ll ever hear about her is through a completely made up story. It’s not like anything that gets promoted by its own creator actually has a chance to win in the first place so never place your bets on Rachael Farrokh 2020 appearing on something like MTV or VH1.
5. Rachael Farrokh is just an alternative rock band.
If you think that Rachael Farrokh 2020 is a rock band or that she’s playing rock music for example, then you’re in for a big surprise. The image of Rachael Farrokh 2020 as a rock star is just another fabrication that proves the point that everything about this name and potential future superstar is just made up. If you’re basing your expectation on an image rather than what she actually sounds like, then there’s no way in hell an award would be handed out because hardly anyone will ever know she was nominated.
6. Rachael Farrokh is just a click bait story.
If you’re expecting Rachael Farrokh 2020 to be nominated for something, then you may get so hyped up that you’ll end up clicking on every link that even has her name in it. This is an expert marketing tactic when used correctly and all it takes for this to work is for someone to hold your attention for long enough that by the end of it you’ll eventually fall victim to something called the “click effect”. This means that someone could have been reading about the “overwhelming” debut and if they themselves get over excited about it then they will tell their friends about it.
7. Rachael Farrokh will never use a fake name.
If you base your excitement on what people say, then you may feel assaulted when she decides to actually use her real name. This is just one of many things that proves the point that hope is the most dangerous of emotions and once you set it aside, you can never truly go back to reality. That means if Rachael Farrokh 2020 were to ever win an award or serve as a trial star, then she absolutely would have to do it under her real name because anything else would just be wrong.