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Watch what happens when an islamaphobic white man hops in this black woman’s mentions...

It all started with this tweet…

Now here’s where he got her FUCKED UP. He found her employer on facebook and decided to send them a message, claiming that SHE was harassing HIM.

WELP. And just like that, his face went from this:

…to this:

BLACK EXCELLENCE. 

anonymous asked:

Hello, congrats on running an awesome blog! I was wondering what your opinion was on being facebook friends with your employer? Mine friended me recently and I reluctantly accepted, do you think this could come back to bite me some day?

It is entirely up to you and dependent on your relationship with your boss and what you post on your Facebook. If you regularly post things that you wouldn’t want your boss to know about or things you might not say to or around them in real life, then this isn’t going to be easy for you. You’re going to feel like you’re constantly censoring yourself (which you will be) or maybe you’ll continue posting what you normally do and open yourself up to some awkward questions. Your Facebook may also give your employer a different opinion of you, which may not always work in your favor.

This should go without saying, but DO NOT CRITICIZE YOUR BOSS, YOUR COWORKERS, OR YOUR JOB ON SOCIAL MEDIA.

The same goes for other social media, especially Twitter, which is also probably public. If you don’t want your boss or coworkers to see what you post, either don’t post it, or don’t accept their friend requests. Alternately, you can create a second account, but that’s inconvenient.

I don’t have a Facebook and am scared of getting one, if only because employers monitor Facebook day in, day out. If I happen to post anything unsavory, they could fire me or blacklist me from getting a job. 

It’s not even like I want to be another Donald Sterling or Phil Robertson anytime soon. Anything as simple as political opinions can ruin your career AND your life in general.

I’m sure people would say “Well, same goes for Tumblr and Twitter”. Neither are as big as Facebook is right now. And even if they are, I don’t even post selfies or my real name on Tumblr, because I’m scared that people in real life who know me could track me down and find out what’s on my Tumblr.