One of the most recent trends on Twitter is big name companies and artists running their own Q&A’s, not unlike Reddit’s very popular ‘Ask Me Anything’ format. Twitter has a tendency to open the door wide enough for trolls, because what is the platform beyond a soap box for amateur comedians?
Unsurprisingly, the hashtag #AskRKelly became a parody within minutes. Here are some of the most tragic examples.
— Only4RM (@Only4RM) December 10, 2013
— neil mccauley (@the_blueprint) December 10, 2013
#AskRKelly? This is a thing? Oh my dear God. Today has been the Black Twitter Super Bowl.
— Tom Bored (@TheCoolTeacher_) December 10, 2013
Our heart bleeds for the social media interns and PR reps around the world.