Rapper Remy Ma is still defensive after fans trashed the follow-up to her Nicki Minaj diss track. The 36-year-old New York native got tired of trolls trash talking her on Instagram. So she informed the trolls that she was cleaning house.
Remy, who is quarantined in her hotel room in Las Vegas, took the time to post a video reminding her followers of the rules.
"I'm realizing that it’s either motherf-ckers that forgot the rules on my page, or y’all some new motherf-ckers that’s just coming over here and y'all don’t know the rules over here. YOU CAN'T COMMENT WHAT YOU WANT ON MA PAGE. I'MA F-CKING BLOCK YOU!! I might even take up the time to personally at you and violate you.
“Soon as I get some time... I am gonna go on a f-cking blocking spree. I'm taking it so far, I'm not just blocking the motherf-cker that wrote the comment that I don’t like; I’m blocking the motherfuckers that liked the comment from the motherf-cker that wrote the comment that I don't like.”
Can you blame her? Our people don't know how to act in public. We can be downright disrespectful sometimes.
Sandrarose.com also cleaned house last week (that's why it's quiet around here). I busted up the cliques and purged the ringleaders who refused to abide by my blog rules.
I also got tired of receiving emails like this one from a loyal lurker:
Why do you keep letting ______ back on your blog? She is a bully and she brings the whole blog down. People hate commenting because she attacks everyone. She is a nuisance.
Major blogs such as NPR, The Verge, USA Today, etc., have all disabled their comments rather than put up with the daily abuse.
Contrary to popular opinion, blogs do not earn money from comments. Remember those Melissa McCarthy ads above the Disqus comments? I earned a measly $200 a month off those ads. So I disabled them.
In fact, big money advertisers typically avoid blogs where the comments are out of control -- which makes disabling comments a no-brainer.