“Black” Listed

Screen Shot from Twitter.com/PorcelainBlackThe internet has been an amazing tool in keeping fans connected to their favorite celebrities, and vice versa. However, sometimes, miscommunication or becoming too involved in fan online activity can cause friction that can effect this relationship.

Rapper/singer Nicki Minaj has been infamous in her fan community for putting certain fans into “excile” if they are said to be misbehaving by participating in cyber bullying, or even leaving her Twitter page for long periods of time if she feels her Barbz are acting up. Recently, alt-rock singer Porcelain Black has had a bit of drama pop up when what she believed to be a motivational tweet to her TrainWrecks, her fan community, went very wrong. Pictured (censored) above, she further addressed her fan base and another bullying fan community towards her in THIS tweet (graphic language, so read at your own discretion). What is your take on this situation, or alike ones, dear readers? 


About Amanda Rosenblatt

I have always been obsessed with fan stories, the origin of fanaticism and pop culture in general.
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