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Sarah Hashemi creates motion graphics and animations for The Washington Post's video team.
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The online star is learning how to cope in a world where fame and pressure come hand in hand.
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A Washington Post investigation found that this disregard for the singer’s alleged behavior played out on many levels, from billionaire record executives to the low-paid assistants.