So, Michelle Borth finally got around to me for daring to say somethng negative about her on social media. You can’t blame her though, I mean she must be very busy when one considers how many, many, many, MANY negative tweets concerning her or her character there must be out there. She’s only one woman. She only has so much obsessive behavior to spread around in a day.
I find it amusing that she picked the most harmless part of the convo I was having with a friend to lose her mind over and go completely batshit. Unless, you know, you read the whole thing and see what she was REALLY reacting to. Guess we hit a nerve there?
Honestly, I find it highly interesting, and telling, that she’s still trying to gain attention and instigate bullying and fighting over the same incident that took place a week ago. We all had our say and moved on. Apparently she didn’t get the memo. She deliberately retweeted the same article in question days later to all of her followers. Fishing expedition I’d wager. Maybe she was bored and wanted to play “whack a fan”. She got a few swipes in.
Unsatisfied, she managed to find a convo by little ole me, a whole week later. Who’s Timeline maybe ten people in the world care about. I don’t run a fan anything and don’t care to. But I guess, as she pointed out, I’m not allowed to say her last name on Twitter without opening myself up to being called an angry bitter bitch.
Some advice. If you don’t want people talking about you, how about don’t be an actress? Or any public figure. Not everyone will like you. No, honey, honestly. I swear, that’s how it works in the real world, not the one inside your teeny little head. People are allowed to view your very public actions, like, oh, say, verbally attacking people who have said they don’t like your character or your acting even though it was never addressed to you or hashtagged, and come to the conclusion, or not, of saying “Hey, what an incredibly self centered idiot.”
If you don’t want to see the negative chatter, don’t waste your time seeking it out like a bloodhound on crack. Or verbally tearing people up who WEREN’T EVEN ADDRESSING YOU.
A few months ago I was saying things like “yeah, sorry, nothing against the actress but I’m not really a fan of the Catherine character.” I really couldn’t have cared less about her personally one way or the other. Now I see this screwed up circus of paranoia she’s created around herself and I think “Wow, is that sad. Being on television gives some people a self delusional pass to act like a cretin?”
I’m very sorry she needs complete and utter validation from everyone in the social media world because she’s just not going to get it. Maybe she should just stick with her groupies who get a charge out of a minor celebrity deigning to pay out scraps of attention to them?
And please, for the love, I hate myself for even saying it but that insipid, overused catchphrase of hers? It makes her look about eight years old and illiterate to boot. Just saying.
Today’s Michelle Borth Fan Interaction update
Wherein we’ve moved from straight up insults to swearing at fans. Who once, again, did not include her in the previous conversation, and, thus, meant they were actually tracked down by her.
All the ways this is improper only seem to be snowballing by the day.
- This tweet wasn’t sent her
- This tweet wasn’t tagged #H50
- This is her scanning people’s conversations and calling them out on it
- This is an actress bullying a fan for not liking her or her character
- The same actress who said it was a personal twitter so she could say whatever the hell she wants
- But then goes back & digs a conversation that happened between 2 people 6 FUCKING DAYS AGO just to tweet them calling them a bitch..