Many of us are fans and supporters of the naked hustle. Their are strippers we admire not only because of their irrestible features and amazing dancing abilities, but popularity as well. In fact so popular, that perpetrators go out of their way to sabotage a dancer’s image by starting and managing fake social media accounts.
How can you tell if the fan page you liked on facebook or the twitter page of the entertainer you are following is official? How about her instagram page? You can have a verified account on Twitter only if you’re highly sought after by twitter users.
Some may wonder, is it someone who is jealous and envy of the stripper’s fame? Does it damage the stripper’s reputation in any way?
“Of course it did” says exotic dancer Lanipop @lanipop6 . “People told me that there was a fake Lanipop page and I’ve seen it for myself. “Some pages go so far to even give out a phone number acting like its me. There was a person who sent text messages of my pics to a man’s phone stating that I’ll provide sexual services for $30”!
Lately, there has been a growing trend of fake social media accounts of highly popular entertainers surfacing the internet. What can be done to prevent these accounts from being started in the first place? When these accounts are found and cancelled how quickly are the reputations that were damaged restored?
In conclusion, it is best to get there online networks from them personally or from a manager/booking agent. One of the downsides of the internet is that you can be anyone you want to be behind that screen.
Hopefully in the near future there will be more effective screening measures to ensure that the person you’re following is indeed her. Until then, let’s keep liking those twerk videos!! How would you feel if the stripper you thought you were following was a fake?