Facebook drama, people want to know what I did. Okay here it goes.
So there was this whole hoax of someone making an instagram called @jennhduong which involved pictures being posted of EV2014 people and a caption of trash talk upon them like “and the award for fakest girls go too..” & “black doesn’t make you look skinner”. Many of 2014 believed the person behind this instagram is Adrienne Lee (@mchiucrn). Now I can’t prove anything right now, but that was what people thought. So this person behind @jennhduong was writing shit about people, Adrienne included as a victim on the Instagram. Being that it was 2AM and a lot of murmurs over technologies, I was told that the @jennhduong was Adrienne. Being the half-hearted joker/troll I am, I decided to create a fake instagram (_adriennelee) and comment things to make it seem as if Adrienne was behind @jennhduong. http://imgur.com/Fzi6411 These comments did not include any direct insults to Adrienne or rather anyone. I told a few of 2014 peeps that I was the person behind it because they’re friends and thought it was funny. I’m not surprised that Adrienne found out about it, and quite frankly I wasn’t too worried. Then I’m up in the woods camping with my friends the next day and get an angry post from Adrienne on my Facebook. I deleted that shit cause it was really unnecessary but it consisted of “pussy shit bitch” etc. Also got a text from her because I guess she noticed I haven’t responded to the FB post in an hour so she brought it to my attention. http://imgur.com/RHzuu6a. Then a few minutes later I get a call from her when I was in a tent full of scouting friends. It was Adrienne’s boyfriend trying to clear things up with this whole drama. He sounded mad I guess, maybe trying to sound intimidating, but I mean it’s only normal that a boyfriend would be defending his girl, there’s no wrong about that. I don’t have any problem with her boyfriend doing this. But then my friends, the 5 of them, were the ones talking in the first call, pretty much just joking around with him and making him mad and stuff. I mean, it’s one 21 year old angry boyfriend talking to five 15/16 year olds on a campout. What is the likely thing for the 15/16 year olds to do? Probably be immature. I don’t have to repeat what anyone said, the first call was just a joke to the people in the tent. Adrienne and her boyfriend, however, weren’t amused obviously. Then a few minutes later after that call I decided to call again and talked to them 1v2. Soothing voices pls, no temper talk. Things got situated. I just did what Adrienne wanted which was an apology post on Facebook instead of just a 1 on 1 apology over the phone. She wanted the public to see my apology basically. So I did it. Why? Not because the threat of her boyfriend, or the fact that I’m causing too much trouble. I made the apology post because I actually admit to doing this shit and she wanted an apology. So what if it can be viewed by everyone? I don’t think it makes me a terrible person to post an apology. You can call me Burger King, cause they had it their way. Her boyfriend said he doesn’t have any further problems. I did what they want because what they were angered for was my fault and this whole drama is over.
TLDR; I trolled too hard, Adrienne got mad, I apologize. Also, some people have the wrong idea, I am not @jennhduong.
I also want to answer the questions in this comment because it is long and thoughtful. http://imgur.com/lIRnPrL
- I’m going to sit there and say I’m sorry because that’s what she wanted.
- I thought it was amusing because a handful of people thought the whole ridiculousness of @jennhduong instagram thing was funny rather than offensive.
- I understand people have problems of their own, this whole thing being a problem itself. If they didn’t care then it wouldn’t be a problem.
- Us 6 guys were actually camping in the mountains during the time of this, I think that’s considered a thing to do during summer besides technology.
- It was a mistake creating a fake instagram, but I didn’t say any shit on anyone that I can take back.
- I already took responsibility for my actions.
- I already used my brain to “fess up”.
I hope that clears things up.