How the Internet Lets Bands Ruin Themselves
From my inbox yesterday afternoon:
Freddy Masz May 9 at 2:41pm ReportHey manHey bud, I just saw that Bummer “article/review” you wrote and I just had to message you about it. Look, I’m sure you really enjoy your blog and you have fun doing it and it’s free speech and and you can give bad reviews to stuff, etc. Here’s the thing though, there is a huge difference between a bad review and criticism versus straight bashing someone on a personal level which is essentially what you did in your review. While I’m not too concerned because I’m pretty sure not enough people read your blog for it to matter, I just wanted to let you know that I’d rather have you send me a personal message about how much you don’t like things about me and my friends, such as where we go to school, than slander us on the internet. You don’t know how I’m able to go to Belmont so I’d suggest keeping quiet about it until you understand what you’re talking about. Enjoy your monday!
- Freddy Masz
4 hours later
Freddy Masz May 9 at 7:04pm ReportI hope you aren’t too much of a pussy to respond to my message
1) It’s not slander. Slander is spoken. In print, it’s libel. You’re not giving your school too much credit musically or academically.
2) If you’re not too concerned with what I write, then why are you messaging me on Facebook about a review that I wrote a couple of months ago? Insecure much, champ?