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Definition of celebuwhore

celebuwhore

noun

  • noun. a person who has reached a certain status of fame but is losing their relevance. As a result they engage in activities whereby they diminish their clout. an example is someone who stages a 'stoop-sale' to cash in on their fame by selling belongings that they most likely did not pay for.

    Last edited on Jun 05 2024. Submitted by katz22 on Jun 05 2024.

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