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Not to derail the topic but her makeup reminds me of the trends back in 90s to 2000s. She often wears vibrant red lipstick, always has dark shadows on her eyes, and it’s rare to see her without fake lashes / lash extensions. It makes her look so much older, no wonder her audience is always shocked when they find out she’s only 23. Maybe because she learned makeup from her mom and aunts who were probably near her current age around those times.
Not that I want to be nitpicky but upon looking at Audrey Kawasaki's website, I noticed how Alyssa's artist statement is very similar to her artist bio. While this is one of the most standard formats with artist bios online, I noticed how the patterns are very similar even if the words are non verbatim. Audrey Kawasaki's Bio
Alyssa's Artist Statement (PULL won't let me quote her bio through text so please refer to the screenshot below. A couple of comments: 1) autobiography means she wrote it herself, but the entire thing is in 3rd person point of view, 2) judging from Alyssa's art there is nothing dynamic about the movement of her subjects lol, and 3) girl needs a proofreader lol.)
Isn’t she also selling the message that they can be successful enough to buy a high rise apartment at 22 just out of selling art prints and self defense kits? If anything she’s the one rushing her audience to be “successful” and wealthy as she is.
This was in her tag. This must have been posted in her stories before since there is no post of it anywhere in her accounts. Just two things: 1. Those canvases on the easels are already finished artwork, and their prints are already for sale on her shop. 2. Those art materials are going to combust / damage if she keeps exposing them to her ceiling to floor windows like that. Natural lighting is great but professional artists would not let their equipment get caught up with so much sunlight. Alyssa is most likely going to pull down the blinds after lurking here (lol) but clout is her priority, and photos in natural lighting = better clout. So I doubt that she’s actually gonna risk dimmer looking photos lol
could you tell us more about this? I searched their usernames together and what shows up is this one photo by a fan who drew them together. Any tweets where they mention each other are deleted. EDIT: I also saw they’re still following each other on Instagram, and commenting on each other’s posts. But Aibunv still has Alyssa on her timeline and not the other way around.
I believe she is fragile enough to faint anywhere and anytime, but I doubt the video part. I don’t trust her anymore after she’s lied so many times. I would believe she can make shit up because her 15 minutes is almost up.
Did nobody notice how awkward the brand tag in her lingerie was? That threw me off apart from the bad elbow photoshop lmao
IMO the Poison Ivy cosplayer (cyberstephanie) was more interesting and naturally eye catching in terms of costume aesthetic. I actually like the ivy details of the lingerie. It seems Alyssa had to put in twice the effort, that’s why she’s holding the huge inflatable hammer and has way more accessories thrown in. If she didn’t have those, people would pay attention more to Stephanie even if it was Alyssa posting the photos.
Oh boy that Ivan needs help. Lily’s not gonna respond the same way, bro. And judging by the replies I think telling him straight out wouldn’t help either. He doesn’t seem to be able to comprehend the honest comments telling him that it’s not worth it to try a relationship with Lily either.
No need to apologize, Weeaboo slayer. Based on our observations, Alyssa has always had the mind of a marketer when it comes to her online behavior. She’s pandering to different demographics (black people, small artists on twitter, weeaboos, foot fetishists, Filipinos, women for women empowerment etc.) online and never seems to double check if she comes off as insincere. For her foot loving simps? She shows off her feet and teases them despite not having relevancy to her original posts. Small artists on Twitter? Compliments them to make them feel validated by her being a big Twitter account appreciating their work. Weeaboos? Make sure to have “One Piece” as a keyword so OP fans searching the keyword can follow her. Then remind her followers she’s cool and she loves anime so much. Filipinos? She drops loving her medium tan (but really though?!) and mentions visiting the country because she knows her PH-based Filo followers would eat that shit up. Women for women empowerment? Some “boss lady“ shit she’s always talking about. While this is typical for someone working in marketing, she comes off as all over the place. The way she tries to attract audiences on short term isn’t authentic. While she does belong in these groups, it seems like she has to include keywords relevant to them so it can attract them to engage with / follow her. While she does belong in some of the groups she tried to appeal to, there seems to be huge disconnects with each group she tries to appeal to. (Eg: her weeb fans not being exactly respectful towards women advocating for their empowerment, for one.) She panders to these groups to pad up her follower count / social media engagement, but never goes full term and moves on to the next group to get more followers from. But starting a clout-attracting thread for black people when she’s not black herself? That’s so low especially considering the timing. Black Twitter users have already made threads like these. That’s not her place to do so.
Exactly! If it's a black person started a thread like this, it's only right that they do so. It's their fight, so it's their voice that needs to be heard. Their threads deserve this engagement. Maybe they don't have the same platform size as Alyssa, but even a simple retweet from accounts as big as hers (or even bigger) can boost them up to numbers close to this. This tweet is another one of the examples of her benefiting off of black people despite not having a fraction of black heritage in her. I really wish someone on Twitter would put their foot down and call this behavior out because what she's doing is not giving black people proper representation. She's taking advantage of their advocacy so she can boost her own brand. And we know she's going to retweet them after she's run her daily routine of lurking in here because she's become sooo predictable every time we post something that she can take advice from.
Not sure if it’s just me or something about this that rubs off so wrong. We all know she has a history of repeating this kind of thread because it brings in so much engagement from non followers who want to promote themselves. Plus, more clout for her. So this online behavior isn’t new. However the timing with current events and her history with using black women for her art brings so many questions about this tweet.
Omg this photo is too much hahaha! Yes, Camila is Tobi because “Tobi” kept praising Camila all throughout and went in way too specific details without even getting to the point about the criticism and points presented here. It’s the Tweet Analytics button that seals the deal. This reminds me of ItsBabyDash / Dasha making a thread about Mina in here and posting her own tweets here as if she was someone else—not knowing we can see the analytics button.