Reality stars hate on the haters online
You can read about why Dasit skipped out of the Egotrip White Rapper Show's 16-bar challenge ("...had to step before it got too corny...") or what Beauty and the Geek's Neils Hoven thinks of the show's editing ("...if anything, people's personalities have been rather understated so far..."). Despite the wealth of competition, the hands-down best blog entry by a reality show competitor on a currently airing program has to be this Tuesday's screed from I'm from Rolling Stone's Krishtine de Leon.
Krishtine would like all of you "perverted internet douchebags" to know that you are jealous and are sexist, white supremacists who don't get her "cultural aesthetic" (aka gold teeth). "F--king MTV" is both her "creator" and her "destroyer." You know how it is. You make a play for fame on reality television, and all you get is grief from the "hatin-ass, racist-ass, bitch-ass, cracka-ass, lyin-ass, salty-ass mothaf--ka"s. At least she's approximating the level of profanity legendary critic Lester Bangs leveled at Rolling Stone in his famous first submission to the mag back in the 70s. Whatever you may think of her, the gal's got no shortage of spunk. She is, however, running low on humility.