Celebrities and athletes, you see what you did?
Every time you dolts get half-baked, full-on drunk or just mad at the world, you put out a bad tweet or post. Sure, you feel better after the smoke and satisfaction of the intended party wallowing in the misery you have created but then the backlash comes.
The angst. The feedback. The publicist answering our calls. The boss telling you to fix it. The significant other pointing a finger and calling you “Stupid.” Yeah, it’s time to fix it. However, instead of doing something that requires little time, no problems and hard luck like, you know, admitting it? You hold a press conference, furthering feeding your immense ego about nothing, and tell the onlooking media, “My phone was stolen and someone else logged in as me.”
Wait…what?! Whelp, this story I’m about to share is all your fault, so I hope you all feel guilty. Meet Mr. Wong Fong Shu. (Yeah, this is going to be fun.)