Tiny Vs. Perez Hilton: Sometimes People Should Stay Off Twitter
By now, everyone has heard about T.I. and Tiny‘s recent run-in with the law. Although we still don’t know what will happen to T.I. when and if he has to appear in front of a judge, speculation certainly abounds on Twitter, with everyone from average working class individuals to gossip bloggers chiming in on the incident.
Obviously, nobody should see this latest incident as anything good for the recently married couple. But it appears that Tiny has taken exception to Perez Hilton‘s words on Twitter. Hilton recently tweeted that Tiny’s Twitter handle “@TinyMajorMama” should be changed to “@MajorMethMama.” The message was re-tweeted by many of Hilton’s followers and spread across Twitter like wildfire. While the tweet was certainly in bad taste, Tiny’s response didn’t really show too much other than her ability to text in ebonics. She decided to respond to a user by the name of “@totallytaylor25″ and had this to say:
“@totallytaylor25 u da real dummy cause u believe everything u hear! I don’t even no wat meth look like! How bout let’s c wat da test say!”
Now, I don’t know about you, but responding in broken English doesn’t really showcase your intellectual side—especially at the age of 36. Twitter gives people the ability to say whatever is on their minds whenever they want. While that’s okay, it sometimes doesn’t work in the users best interest. Twitter beefs, reckless tweets and just bad use of the English language are present on Twitter every day. Tiny’s response to a user who retweeted Perez Hilton may not be in her best interest, and it certainly leaves the door open for even more criticism. My suggestion to Tiny: Don’t worry about what people have to say, worry about how this blunder is going to affect your family.
Even though Twitter is available, you don’t have to use it.