Nae-Nae wrote: ↑
Thu Jan 16, 2020 6:40 am
metamorphosis wrote: ↑
Thu Jan 16, 2020 6:15 am
I don’t know. Maybe I’ve drunk the kool aid but her stories looked like someone who is genuinely in over their head and wrapped up in the throws of procrastination (and whatever guilt that comes with that), and is overwhelmed with the stress of motherhood and this silly photo shoot, rather than someone faking tears to try and cover up some malicious scam.
I get that she should have managed the donation process better and sooner (maybe learn to ask for help?) but I don’t believe she’s a scammer. Just a silly little girl.
Soz guys 3rd one today, I agree though I don’t think they were crocodile tears I think it all just caught up with her... but she needs to suck it up everyone has life stresses, and if she isn’t coping then she should do something about it... it really does my head in that she’s made this whole thing about herself and there are people who have to rebuild their entire lives from scratch, that was the whole point of doing a good thing, she didn’t need to jump on social media and cry that’s not what a professional does. You explain, I paid these 2 donations here are the receipts, unfortunately I haven’t had time to do the other 2 today but will get them done over the weekend and will post receipts later. Thanks for understanding guizzz. she made this mess for herself. Not saying it not okay to cry but time and place is important, I’d be embarrassed to cry on social media with brands that I work with seeing that, looks very unprofessional.
I agree with you, even if we give her the benefit of the doubt, she's still making it about herself by posting these stories. (I personally do believe though that she was acting and it was very badly done)
If she was just really in over her head because of procrastination, etc. (I can totally relate trust me), it really does not help anyone to post those stories. Obviously she can cry, and I would too if I was in that position, but I wouldn't post it to Instagram. If I had people up my ass about possibly scamming people and taking too long to do what I'd promised, I would have a meltdown by myself and then post proof of why they're wrong or, if I didn't have any proof because they're actually kinda right, I would give them an action plan as to what I'm gonna do to fix this issue. But crying, blaming the bank in a way that doesn't add up AT ALL, claiming you did make 1 or 2 donations but not providing proof and reiterating how much of a good person you are is not the way to go. I can relate to feeling the urge to do that, but I think she needs to starting putting an extra step in between how she feels and what she posts on Instagram. You can do those things (blaming others, crying, saying how much of a good person you are) in your head / on your own, but if you choose to put that out to the public when people are already questioning your motives, you shouldn't be surprised if people think you're putting on a show.
Sorry if that made no sense I'm a little distracted at the moment ha
Edit: dang I knew I forgot to mention something; not only was she reiterating how much of a good person she is but she was saying that SHE just wanted to donate all this money. THIS IS NOT HER MONEY. And was we have now established, she is even deducting, what, 40k for taxes? She could pay this herself easily, didn't they just buy a 2.7 mil house and rip out a completely new kitchen? But she cannot pay the 40k in taxes herself so that the sum she promised to donate would actually be donated in full? Scummy.