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Share it, like, it, read it, own it, heart it. In the age of accelerated celebrity, incessant likes and trolling haters, we asked some young Londoners what "popular" means today.

by i-D Staff
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08 December 2015, 4:04am

Where are you from?
Bolivia.

What do you do?
Study and model.

What does "popular" mean to you?
Popular means to be known by a big population or number of people.

Do you care how many followers you have on Instagram?
No way! I like small but quality. And people I can relate to.

Whose account do you double tap the most on Instagram?
My exs. LOL

Who was the most popular person in your school?
I'll say one of my teachers, Mr Richardson. I thought that every one liked him because he was being himself.

Who is the ultimate pop icon?
Michael Jackson for sure.

What's your favourite lyric?
"
They may say I'm a dreamer. But I'm not the only one." John Lennon

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Credits


Photography Lily Bertrand-Webb

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