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Bamdom letter: Ventilation

I got a few things burning in my chest and decided to share them with my readers.

One thing is fake people. You know them only around when you can benefit them people #hangyaself . I have a few of these who only text/tweet me when they need my "opinion" but then be off the grid as soon as I answer them. So my fix to that is I am no longer helping anybody unless it's 50/50 or I'm getting my credit. (this is gone piss a couple people off)

Next thing is these space fillers in my corner. You know them people who thought your idea was gone flop and when it took flight they hit you with the "I always told you it would blow". A perfect example of that is this blog that you are on now. Many people thought i wasn't going to keep it up or even get any exposure from it. I would like to thank those people for making me work even harder to make sure they ate those words. Now I haven't hit the top yet but I have definitely built a firm foundation (celebs,singers,models,designers, and other bloggers) that will keep me from falling on my face.

Another thing I have to cover is people who always feel they have to show you up. Example: you dance now they wanna dance. Being a dancer myself I have ran into this a lot but I never expected it as a blogger. "It's like bam posted so I gotta go post twice" Now for those of you that follow me that is why you see me tweet " I'm not your competition" every time you see that I have noticed somebody do that Tom foolery.

Another thing that irks me is stans that twitter search for anybody saying something negative about they favorite artist. My question to them is don't you have something better to do with your time? This next thing on the list is people that wanna come and go and come again. Perfect example somebody likes you but goes after somebody else and wants to come back to you when that person shot them down. I've never owned a second place medal and don't plan on adding one to the collection lmao.

Last thing watch out for the twitter snakes. They are the people that try to make your tweets look like indirect shots. They really burn me up cause douche bags like that have cost me a couple of followers. Damn I already feel better after getting this out and I left out all names *takes a bow*

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