to the original poster of the tweet i screencapped from my own twitter feed:
in this overwhelmingly technological age, one needs to be sensitive to the fact that anything - ANYTHING - a tweet, a photo, a rant, a video, a blog… anything that you post publicly (and at times, locked to friends) can and will be reblogged, screencapped, blogged about, replied to. people have opinions on what you say. people will be upset at the things you do, or at least the things you say you do.
no matter your age, you need to be responsible for your actions and what you say. someone who is one of the nicest people you’ve ever met is not a nice person if they openly bully someone else, or a group of people. someone who is nice does not, and i quote, “secretly judge the people dressed up in strange costumes with your new friends!!” last time i checked, bullying was the farthest thing from being kind or nice.
am i a bully for calling this person out? maybe? personally, i do not think so. i do have an opinion on what this person said on a public post on her twitter account, and i have posted this opinion already. am i immature for doing so? i would hope not. i have not resorted to name calling as this person’s friend has to me, by calling me bigoted, rude, and a bully.
i don’t understand how i am in the wrong for someone else’s meanness. things have gotten out of hand. by posting the tweet i wanted to call this individual out, not instigate more negativity on BBYO’s part, or Katsucon’s part. please don’t make fun of the entirety of the groups. the point was to show how awful one bad apple could be. actions have their consequences. in this case, one person tweeting resulted in another person replying to it on a different avenue of social media.
is it my fault that this person posted the things she said, publicly, on her own twitter account? no.
is it my fault this person also had her full name listed on such account? again, no.
and here again - people need to be responsible for their own actions.
if the original poster of the tweet is reading this (or her friend) - i would be far more inclined to remove the post if the original poster contacted me, not her ‘friend’ posting under the guise of anon acting out of hand and calling me names. at the same time, i do not want to reward poor behavior by deleting the evidence of it.
think before you speak, or in this case, post.
nihaopandaahh asked: Forgive me if I'm wrong on this, Anon but the girl did make the post public. As a teenager in this time and age, don't you think she would've known better? She got called out on her actions; it doesn't matter that she's a teenager, she needs to learn that her actions have consequences & that "Oh no, I'm just a teenager behind a screen & don't know any better" isn't a valid excuse. Nowhere in any of her responses did Chiibiusa bully her, unless in your world being civil = bullying.
Anonymous asked: You know, she is a teenage girl and she makes mistakes, guess what she wouldn't hurt a fly. you on the otherhand have been bigoted and rude and other attendees of Katsucon were very anti-Semitic. I don't need to hear you say that she is a bully until you look in the mirror, posting her name publicly is a violation of privacy. This is where your post was rude and immature, I am not sure how old you are but the fact that YOU are bullying a young girl proves you are very immature.
i merely screencapped what i saw on my screen.
she chose to write what she wrote. she chose to put her name on the internet. please point out where i’m being bigoted, rude, and a bully
anti-Semetic [edit: read too quickly the first time].
Anonymous asked: I don't know who you are and honestly it is not important. I am sorry that you had a bad time with the adults running International Convention, but from your post 43225381375/just-sent-this-email-to-bbyo-international-staff you aren't being very mature either. That girl is literally one of the nicest people I have ever met and you need to remove that post.
hi there, i don’t see how my post is being immature, could you please quote exactly where my response bothered you?
because as nice and as kind as your friend may be to you, and her other friends, she put that post publicly on her Twitter account for the world to see, which has now been deleted. perhaps now she’s sorry other people saw it and got offended, since you know, she secretly made fun of people who were not like her - but at the root of it? it’s bullying. it’s unkind, it’s not nice.
and i hate to break it to you, but i’m worried that you would think she is one of the nicest people you’ve ever met. she’s a bully.