Argumentative People on Social Media

Why are most people on social media argumentative? I swear they have huge balls behind their phone or computer. This is why I refrain from commenting on certain posts. I am the type of person who can’t stand going back and forth with others unless I have a reason to. Most of the time the social media stuff is not that deep. People love to get in their feelings when you have a honest opinion.

For example, last night I commented on a YouTube video stating my thoughts on the video. The video was about a famous YouTuber getting exposed because supposedly he is cheating on his girlfriend. Read the picture below to see what I commented:

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Okay, so you read what I commented right? There are 14 replies on it. 2 or 3 people out of the 14 replies were coming out me funny/crazy because of what I said. My thing is I don’t care if  you reply to my comment but don’t try to start an argument with me. Sometimes people fail to realize it’s not what you say it’s how you say it. For some reason before I publish the comment I had a feeling someone was going to try to start something for no reason.

Anyways, some of the rude replies was telling me to “use my head or brain” basically trying to call me stupid. Also, calling me a little kid who believe in fantasy relationships. First of all, I wanted to come through my phone and curse them out. Y’all it was burning me inside. Then I thought to myself it’s pointless and stupid to argue back with them. Another thing I want to mention is I think the whole relationship goals stuff is stupid to a certain extent. Clearly the person was talking junk and don’t know anything about me.

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On thing I did do is reply back to one of the negative comments. Basically I told the person I understand their point. The supposedly side chick could’ve sneak and record her with the famous YouTuber. She wouldn’t be the first person to try that. Read the picture below (I marked out the person name I was replying to out of respect):

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So, after I replied back saying that. The person wanted to make it into a big argument. I decided to not reply. It’s childish. Then with the other negative comments I left it alone. Now I fully understand why celebrities turn off their comments on social media. I don’t blame them at all.

Anyways, back to what I was talking about. Random people on social media tend to find ways to turn something positive into something negative. In my situation, I believe the people in the replies wanted to prove me so wrong that they wasn’t trying to understand my point of view. The main reason why I wasn’t quick to call the man a cheater in the comments because…

1) I wasn’t there with him if he was messing around with the woman.

2) There are so many individuals who make up scandals on YouTube just so they can become the next big thing

3) I clearly pointed out that I am not trying to say the man is innocent at all.

I guess they couldn’t comprehend what I was trying to get at. Maybe they should use their BRAIN! lol Why am I being petty? Arguments always happen on social media it’s mainly up to you whether or not you want to entertain the bull shit. What are your thoughts about people being argumentative on social media? Do you think I took my situation last night in the wrong way? Put your thoughts in the comment section.



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Married Man Message Me on Facebook! (Screen shots Included)

Hey readers, you know I have to spill the tea (tell you the latest gossip). Last night I happen to get on Facebook on my computer. When I logged on I noticed I had a message, so I click on the message icon to see who it was. It was from the married man. My first thought was “why the hell does he keep messaging me?” We don’t have anything to talk about.

Before I finish the story let me give you a little background on him. This guy and I knew each other when we were kids going to summer camp. Back then he used to have a crush on me. He is 2 or 3 years older than me. Right now, I’m 20 and he’s like 22 or 23 years old. He always liked underage girls back then though (such a creep). The girls would usually be like at least 2 or 3 years younger than him. Anyways, the last time we talk was when I was way younger (back in middle school).


After I saw that the man message me I put up a Facebook status saying “IF YOU ARE MARRIED OR IN A RELATIONSHIP AT ALL GET OUT OF MY INBOX! I DON’T WANT YOU!” Yes, the status was about him. I get so tired of him always trying to message me. For one he has a wife. Second, I always ignore his messages anyway. Third, we literally have nothing to talk about. As a married man, he shouldn’t be messaging other women at all on social media. Another thing is I’m not a family friend or had a close relationship with him anyway. We only shared conversation back when I was a kid.

Oh yeah, his wife and sister my Facebook friend also. I’m not going to lie I wanted to tag his wife name in the status and attach the screenshot, so she could see it. Then I told myself not to do it because she probably wouldn’t believe me or make me look like a bad person anyway. I don’t want her man plus maybe she might already know he message other women anyway 🤷🏾‍♀️.

Have you ever had someone in a relationship who kept messaging you on social media? If so, did you ignore or block them from your page? You can share your thoughts in the comment section.


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I uploaded a storytime on my YouTube channel. It’s about a time I dream about this strange man and I actually saw him in person. Watch the video it’s worth watching. Also, it’s not a super long video so I won’t take up too much of your time lol. Enjoy it and tell me your thoughts on the video. Oh yeah, I almost forgot to mention this to everyone. I am aware that I say the word “like” a lot in the video. It annoyed me. Please ignore it.



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