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  1. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Lauren Tsai "Lala"   

    She updated the username again! It's now unreal.is.me.
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  2. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Markiplier   

    I feel like he's considered this and I get that vibe, but many of his fans have some codependency / attachment issues to him as a YouTuber (even if they think it's more than that) and he's scared of the possible backlash / actions they might take once he actually decides to quit.
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  3. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Markiplier   

    Do you have a link to this video? We'd like to see that tbh, kinda want to see that perspective.
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  4. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Holly Conrad/Commanderholly   

    "i'm done talking about this"
    continues to reply to tweets about it
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  5. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Lily Maymac   

    Hahahaha she is compensating so hard with this "proud to be Asian" bullshit, she comes off as super fake! She keeps mentioning SEA representation without acknowledging her past racism issues (which I believe she's better at hiding now).
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  6. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Nicole Dollanganger   

    I didn't know who this person was, but the last name caught my eye. I binge read the summary of Flowers In The Attic and its sequels so I assumed "Oh this person must have romanticized the damn incest drama novels", and boy was I not surprised upon reading that particular section of the first post. 
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  7. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Markiplier   

    He is good in my book but I do agree that he gives off that vibe with lots of emotional baggage . He revealed in his Draw My Life video what he's been through and let's just say that it's a lot...
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  8. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Brianna Slaughter / Morena In Japan   

    Oh my god, been watching this thread since its creation. Just another J-fetishist snowflake, I thought, until they revealed her to be a rapist. I now understand why this thread keeps getting updated almost every day if not almost every hour.
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  9. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Jacksepticeye   

    I was a bit surprised that Jack and Wiishuu broke up, they seemed okay overall. But social media can tell us so far, right?
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  10. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic George "Joji" Miller (@sushitrash)   

    I just listened to this song for the first time and I really loved it. Joji's past stuff didn't really stick but I'm happy to see a good song from him. Hope he produces more songs like this!
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  11. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Jeffree Star   

    So Jeffree Star "called out" a Filipino beauty vlogger called Michelle Dy who made a series inspired by Jeffree's "approved" series. Although both are POS (Michelle Dy supports Senator Bongbong Marcos, son of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos), someone actually took a look at what Jeffree really trademarked, and none of them was the word "approved" or anything similar to it.
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  12. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Sia Cooper aka DiaryOfAFitMommy(Official)   

    Ugh, I had no doubt that she somehow bought followers, not sure how many she did though. For someone with 1.1M followers, she has like 1% engagement when most influencers with a similarly huge following would have 3%. And the likes don’t match that much either.
    (I found out about her engagement rate in one of those Instagram engagement calculators, btw)
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  13. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Sia Cooper aka DiaryOfAFitMommy(Official)   

    Interesting. Her Instagram is active right now, and she's still the same, commenting on celebrities. Maybe a lot of people reported her for spam already?
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  14. TeeAviwecht added a post in a topic Sia Cooper aka DiaryOfAFitMommy(Official)   

    Wait, when did this happen? She still has her Instagram up and running.
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  15. TeeAviwecht added a topic in Online Personalities   

    Sia Cooper aka DiaryOfAFitMommy(Official)
    Sia Cooper aka DiaryOfAFitMommy(Official)
    Social Media  ||  Instagram  |  Twitter  |  Facebook  |  Blog  |  YouTube

    Sia Cooper, better known as @diaryofafitmommyofficial on Instagram, is a fitness online personality with over 1M followers on Instagram. She is known for two things: her unusual workouts set at Target and her consistent "engagement" in A-list celebrities' Instagram accounts including Ariana Grande, the Kardashians, and many more verified celebrities and people connected to them.
    Clout Chasing
    Chances are, you've seen @diaryofafitmommyofficial on your faves' Instagram comments. Either she comments on their post, or replies to a top comment from someone prominent or close to the celebrity. As long as you've got a verified account, millions of followers, and connections to famous people, she'll appear under your post. She talks as if she's mutuals with these celebrities, when in fact no one that prominent follows her at all.
    More screenshots from different Twitter users:
    Tweet 1 |  Tweet 2 | Tweet 3
    Many different users have called her out for follower seeking, spamming up the comments and taking advantage of the Instagram comment algorithm because of her verified check and her 1M followers. (Though ironically, her Facebook and Twitter following isn't as strong as Instagram.) She's even shared articles about her that comment on her clout-grabbing techniques and barely anything about her real content.
    She added on her website homepage that major outlets mention her. However, they most likely mention her commenting tactics more than her content (except the Target video). See Refinery29, Daily Mail, these articles from People, and Vogue which focused more on her Instagram commenting. Although TIME did call her one of the most influential people online, it wasn't because of her content. It was because she commented very much often on the pages of A-list celebrities' Instagram posts.
    Some prominent media personalities called her out, such as POPSUGAR writer/producer Kirbie Johnson and model Chrissy Teigen. The latter deleted her original tweet about it because she was afraid it'll look like bullying.
    Her Content
    While she seemed like your average fitness blogger on the Internet, Sia posted a video of her working out while shopping with her children at Target. It drew a lot of flack, but in response to the "haters", she decides to workout in almost every grocery store known to American citizens.

    Her Frequent Defense Against Haters
    Her consistent commenting system on celebrities' social media and questionable fitness routines has earned her critics. She'd often address how she "stays strong" against the "hate" thrown at her by constantly posting about them. In fact, she even tries to own the "bad mom" image in one of her set up photos (but obviously fails in doing so.) And for someone who feels so unfazed by haters, she sure talks a lot about them.
    IMO I think that at first, she was well intentioned and wanted to grow a steady stream of followers, like any content creator. But the more she commented on these celebrities' pages, her Instagram engagement comes off as spammy and fake. And it's cringe when she replies to some comments as if they talked to her, when in fact they weren't. To quote another comment on the internet, what she was doing screamed pretty selfish and is clearly a ploy to get her more followers. The fact that she already has advantage with her verified check and 1M followers means she has upper hand. Fans of certain celebrities were getting tired of her schtick, and often call her out for it. I just hope she uses her already huge following to create content, and keep the "positive commenting" to a minimum.
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