Those two popular words popped up on the boards again tonight.
Clay Aiken wanted his fans to know that he discovered that someone was pretending to be him on FaceBook. Clay was concerned because the person was being inappropriately rude and Clay was very upset.
He went on to explain that, indeed, he has a FaceBook page, but it is only used by his close, personal friends.
In typical fashion, Clay wanted all his fans to know that whoever was trying to “friend” them was a wacko and a poser.
Thank you , Clay, for trying to protect your fans from the “wackos of the world.” How difficult it must be to have to watch over your shoulder all the time.
It’s really too bad that people try to scam fans and it’s also too bad that people have been hurt. Sometimes we all need to step back and try to understand that no celebrity can “friend” their fans. It just would not work.
The next time we see the words, “He Blogged”, lets hope it can be a happy announcement of something positive in the future.