Maia Campbell was once famous for her supporting role on NBC’s “In The House” sitcom which debuted in the 90’s starring LL Cool J and Debbie Allen. Like most of the women that appeared on those 90’s sitcoms such as Laura from Family Matters or Zaria from Parenthood, Maia Campbell who played Tiffany, was very desirable and appeared to have a bright future ahead of her. If her rise to tv stardom wasn’t enough, having a celebrity mother famous for her writing definitely could have once been an exciting life. Bebe Moore Campbell was a familiar face on the New York Bestsellers list. A lot of her writings, essays and novels were based on mental illness which could explain why her daughter has been sited in several viral videos appearing to be in search of drugs. More specifically, Maia’s online appearances have been as recent as this past weekend spanning all the way to 2009. Interestingly, she made an appearance on Iyanla Fix My Life and that was the best that I’ve seen her since her feature in King Magazine in 2002.
What is really concerning is the amount of people who’d like to expose her rather than help her. LL Cool J speaks up about it.
Instead of pulling out your phone and filming someone who's obviously having trouble. Maybe lend a helping hand? A kind word? @MaiaCampbell
— LLCOOLJ. (@llcoolj) July 10, 2017
An Atlanta-based rapper that I’ve never heard of named T-Hood decided to record footage of Maia as an attempt to blast her and gain internet fame. Instead of demonstrating real love he showed how cruel this world can be. It’s proof that people would rather see you down than up. T-Hood defends his recording by saying if it was a white girl like Hilary Duff he would’ve done the same thing. That doesn’t soften the blow bro. The era of cell phone technology has really exposed some real bad members of society. And it doesn’t just stop with this guy. In the video below, a male can be heard behind the camera as he is filming Maia’s response to LL. She looks better than the last video but sounds worse. Hear for yourself.
The reality is celebrities are human beings too. But the average joe is now looking for their chance to be a celebrity too by holding their camera out and hoping for a viral moment at anyone’s expense. Where’s the humanity?