Why have people become so obsessed with social media?
Don’t get me wrong; I used to be the same way. Always on Facebook and Instagram worrying about how many likes my post got or why no one was following me but at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter, and that doesn’t pay the bills (except for some very lucky people.)
However, most of us have to work and get paid with money, not likes or follows. However, so many people don’t seem to get that. While I understand that exposure for a new business can be necessary and instrumental in their success, telling about the business to some 55k followers doesn’t seem like much of a deal.
Although that is exactly what this bridezilla was ‘offering’ to do in return for a photographer’s 3-4 days of work. While we never actually see the bride herself email about the business, her ‘PR manager’ was instead speaking on behalf of her. So scroll on below and take a look at how the ‘influencer’ culture is these days.
This is the original email that was sent to the business.
Maybe she really did forget to add another 0?
Sounds pretty fair to me if you ask.
I mean it’s not even free work they are also expected to give out discounts to other people.
It’s good to stand up for yourself.
And as you can image, the bride was not going to let this go.
I honestly hate people who guilt trip others by announcing how someone in their family has an illness.
So just because you know a few ‘celebrities’ businesses are expected to give you free stuff?
If being sarcastic was a crime, I would be in jail.
That is quite true.
I’m quite curious about the client now too.
Do you know who this ‘influencer’ is? Because I’d definitely like to know. Comment down below and let us know.