A lot has been going on in the celebrity world lately. If you haven't heard, Canadian rapper Drake has been under fire for his interactions with underage girls. People have also been talking about the popular Netflix series You, and just how creepy the main character Joe really is. Finally, to tie these two things together, fans are also saying that Drake's relationship with 14-year old actress Millie Bobbie Brown has gone too far, and we're here to tell you why.

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Recently, Stranger Things star Millie Bobbie Brown took to her Instagram story to post a rant about how, after watching You on Netflix, she doesn't think that Joe's behaviour is creepy or inappropriate - he's simply in love. Now, we all might have said similar things about TV and movie characters when we were 14, but let's not forget that this is a character who stalks his crush endlessly, and even KILLS people who get in the way of their relationship.

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Now, it's also no secret that Millie Bobbie Brown is pretty good friends with Drake, who is 17 years her senior. Some people are saying this is a harmless relationship, and that the two are just friends, but I don't remember having any 31-year old rapper friends when I was 14. In fact, I think my mom might have been VERY uncomfortable with that.

What others are saying, is that Drake's relationship with Millie actually explains why she's romanticizing Joe. By idolizing him, and his behaviour, Millie thinks that it's okay for men to treat women the way Joe does - it's not obsessive, it's just an expression of love.

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We do have to remember that Millie is only 14, so she still has a lot of growing to do, and luckily she does have plenty of positive female role models in her life, so hopefully they step up and teach her that insane obsession DOES NOT equal love.

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