First of all, I must apologize to my family and friends that said I shouldn't have replied to the comment in the picture I'm going to post below, because my reply has obviously been extended to this post. Sawry, but since you know me so well, this post shouldn't surprise you. LOVE YOU!
To everyone else, over the weekend, Bella Naija posted pictures from the event Dabs held at her salon, celebrating the second edition of her Savvy & Chic magazine. I already mentioned here that I attended the event. I appeared in 2 pictures on the BN post, and as usual, went to the comments section and BAM! A comment about me...
As you can see, I replied and some of my girls said I shouldn't have. But, you know what? I wouldn't be me if I didn't reply. Actually, I had something else in mind as far as a response, along the lines of 'unpolished on the outside is ALWAYS better than being unpolished on the inside, as you clearly are,' but chose to keep it to myself (Ooops, did I just write it here? Oh well).
Dear Corolla and your counterparts who feel the need to put people down and write mean and negative things about others, can you answer me these questions? What do you gain by writing negatively about people? Did you forget that there's a human being on the other side of the screen who might read your words and could potentially feel hurt? How come you haven't reached a place of maturity to discern what and what not to say/write? Oh wait, are you teenagers?!?!? Is that why you have no censor in your conscious thought process? (Actually, calling you a teenager is probably too good for you and offensive to said teenagers)
It's one thing to think negatively about someone.
It's another thing to speak your negative thought.
And it's YET another thing to write it down.
Just FYI, as you write those words down, please note that, on the inside you are most probably ten to a million times worse than what you're writing. I say this because, what you say (talk less of what you write) is a reflection of your heart. And THAT, is so very pitiful for you.