But you’re a fake Twitter account. “frank_ocaen” it’s not your album though.
You know what, I say this basically every day. I’m tired of these fake/parody Twitter accounts. I really am.
I fucking hate these accounts, whether they are actually trying to impersonate the person, whoever it may be, or whether it’s those shitty Wiz Khalifa accounts with ‘inspiring’ quotes. Just stop. Stop wasting your life being an absolute fucking freak. What’s worse about the Frank Ocean accounts is that they only really started being noticed after the letter he wrote about his sexuality was posted. These people probably think they’re some next prophet to Ocean, when, in reality, they’re just weird.
It’s the same with the dudes who have now started impersonating Ted and other comedians. As soon as I see a fake account of a comedian or character from a popular TV show, I assume that there’s going to be corny jokes you’ve heard a thousand times. And I’m right. All the time.
Ah don’t even get me started on the Ted accounts, I saw one tweet RT’d today on my timeline and it was the same tweet written by different parody accounts, it was the good old, extremely funny, #3Words PassThe Blunt. Unfortunately, it’s not funny and not even in the slightest bit amusing, I do not have a clue how there are people stupid enough to find things like that funny.
They try and appeal to those who are stupid and possibly find anything remotely funny. That’s how they’ve got so many followers. That’s how Laughbook has so many followers. They tweet stupid people something that they’re supposed to believe/do. Something like: “Respect everyone.” gets a load of retweets from them. I don’t find them funny. The only parody accounts that are ever funny is the Jesus_M_Christ one and the Goku one. That’s it. Anything else is shit.
And the only reason they appeal to the stupid is because they get paid. That’s why. They get paid for advertisements and the amount of followers they have. Same with Chuckie. It’s sad, real sad.