People handle being featured on Turtleboy very differently. Some people admit they were wrong, apologize, and sometimes get the blogs taken down as a sign of good faith. Some shut down their social media accounts, some threaten deformation lawsuits, and others double down on their ratchetness. But a BLT-123 who was featured on Turtleboy two weeks ago might’ve figured out a way to turn being Turtleboy famous into cash-money.
As you can see, Ari Rivera has made nearly $1,000 in three days off of this GFM. Let’s see how…..
No, you’re a hispanic dude who hasn’t given up the misplaced dream that you’re a “rapper.” You weren’t “under attack,” you were rightfully called out for using GFM to pay your bills instead of getting a job. But thanks for clarifying that I’m the guy on the left. Wouldn’t want anyone to mistake me for my good friend Lyin Ted.
Also, no one “slandered, doxxed, or harmed you.” We pointed out the truth – that you routinely abuse GoFundMe’s to avoid getting a job and blame your life failures (of which there are many) on the fact that you’re a Puerto Rican BLT-123. In reality you’re really just a dude, and since no one feels bad for dudes you call yourself transgender so you can pretend to be oppressed. It’s bonkers.
Ari denies that he once tried to work for me:
Except the receipts don’t lie, and I never responded because obviously I would never listen to anything an unemployed homeless bum had to say about anything.
He says that he’s being targeted by his own old tweets.
Ya got that? It’s harassment when you talk about tweets on a public account. He also says we’re trying to hack his social media and email, made up a lie that he’s getting threats, and says that he was “illegally” evicted as a result of his BLT-123 lifestyle, because being a victim is literally the only thing people like this know how to do.
He now says that he’s raising money for a harassment order, even though it costs nothing to go to the courthouse and file for one.
He did what these people always do – whined about trans people of color being killed at record rates. An easily disprovable lie.
And unlike Ari, people donate to us because they get something in return – free content. They get news and entertainment they can’t get anywhere else. Ari provides absolutely nothing when you donate to him, and he’ll have another fundraiser up in a month with another list of excuses to go along with it.
Also, you know you’re desperate when you have to go to the cesspool that is our comments section in order to victimize yourself further.
Oh, and according to Ari his message offering to work for me was all part of an elaborate undercover scheme, and he has the screenshots to prove it.
- I anxiously await the mainstream media contacting you for those non-existent screenshots.
- I have no idea who Melissa is, but a real woman sent me links to your public social media accounts and GoFundMe’s, which was all I needed to call you out on your bullshit.
No retweets yet.
Anyway, the most remarkable part about this is that Ari has turned being Turtleboy famous into a business. The Turtleboy-Industrial complex has provided more jobs to ratchets than the government could ever dream of. The fact that this idiot was able to basically con people out of $900 will certainly inspire more ratchets to follow suit in the future.
P.S. Ari, I’m sure you’re reading this, and I would like to formally invite you to call into the live show to have a civilized discussion about this. I have a feeling you won’t, since your primary goal seems to be to victimize yourself and then profit off of it. But maybe you can prove me wrong.
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