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Yesterday, R&B Diva, Monica, lashed out at actress Vivica A. Fox's "nasty" critique of her BET Awards attire. Mo wrote a "tweet" calling Vivica an "old lady" and ridiculing her fashion sense. Mo apologized for her outburst in a series of tweets on her Twitter page today.
3 days ago, Monica took to her Twitter page to scold others for basically doing the same thing she did: she wrote "If it's illegal, mean, disrespectful or just plain stupid. Don't post. Grown talk."
Public forums, such as Twitter and Facebook, gives the public unprecedented access to their idols. At the same time, celebrities can bypass their publicists and handlers to instantly post their thoughts and opinions.
There was a time when celebrities posted to public forums anonymously to protect their image. But not anymore.
Twitter proves time and time again that celebrities -- most of whom are narcissists with poor impulse control, such as Chris Brown -- have a difficult time adhering to their own lofty standards, and (sometimes unrealistic) expectations of others.
Twitter removes that barrier of protection between a celebrity's fragile ego and the public. It opens celebrities up to harsh public criticism, which is something that narcissists simply can't tolerate.
So the question is: should celebrities delete their Twitter pages?
Mo posted these tweets earlier today: