we have to learn about other people eventually.
it’s a tough lesson,
but it’s one that will harden us for the future.
EVERYONE DOESN’T HAVE YOUR BACK
tiffany haddish seems to have learned that lesson recently.
this is what she put on her twitter…
i remember when i first started working in pr.
it was a small company who was connected to a ton of folks.
every event i went to,
the amount of love i was getting was like a high.
they didn’t know me,
but they wanted to know me once i was introduced.
everyone was being extra friendly,
asking me for my number,
and inviting me to even more events.
it felt good
i felt like i made it.
i was meeting some fine wolves too.
rumors of their alleged orientations swirled bts.
as i was told,
some who were “straight” could easily be had.
it wasn’t always if you were “attractive” either.
they’ll suck you/fuck you if can get them from point a to b.
when i parted with the company,
all those connects dried up quick.
one singing vixen would call me on the regular,
but as soon as i wasn’t working in pr any longer,
she had no use for me.
others un-followed me off social media as well.
it bugged me out for a little while,
but i had to realize that you’re very replaceable in these realms.
even ex co workers i use to work with,
go to happy hour and looked out for,
didn’t hit me up after i left the jobs.
i can only imagine the fakery when the foxhole fully takes off
some folks are fake af.
if you think these “insta-friendships” on social media are real,
i have a bridge in bk to sell you.
tiffany was/is the new “it” funny black vixen,
but as soon as she bombed her comedy show,
i’m sure folks thought she was over and done with.
she is also an acquired taste as in “needed in small doses”.
you’ll learn who is “for you” when you get into a scandal/fall off.
these are simply lessons as we climb up the ladder to success.
lowkey: all those folks i use to know?
i’m more relevant than all of them.