Last summer I published a blog on local Boston quasi-celebrity turned restaurant owner Jen Royle after she lost her mind on a dude who gave her a bad Yelp review because she charged him a $50 cancellation fee.
Basically you pay money to sit down and eat whatever is for dinner with strangers and you pay a lot of money because you’re in Boston. And if you don’t like it she will go after you on Twitter with profanity laden tirades that make your crazy ex sound stable.
She also has had a long standing feud with former ESPN barbie doll turned conservative blue checkmark Brit McHenry, who is a dreadful, miserable woman herself, after Jen said she wouldn’t let that bitch eat in her restaurant and challenged her to a fight.
Basically the only reason either of them is famous is because they’re attractive women. Especially Jen Royle, who like her or hate her is smoking hot. Other than that they are both soulless, vapid, angry twats who can’t control what they say, get away with it because they’re spank bank material, and think they’ve gotten to their place in life because of actual talent.
Jen didn’t like the blog I wrote because she claimed to be a big supporter, despite never once sharing our content or buying anything.
Nevertheless I issued a heartfelt apology that you can read here.
Jen gets tons of free advertising because of her connections with the sports media up here. For whatever reason the WEEI and Sports Hub bros fawn over her on the Twitter machine. Tony Mazz, Jerry Thornton, Christian Fauria, and many others have given her press press before and during the commie cold crisis.
But Jen had another epic meltdown this week, starting with this tweet:
This is just a passive-aggressive way of saying, “You’re a dickhead if you use a gift card during the commie cold crisis instead of giving me new cash.”
First of all, a lot of people bought gift cards when this shitshow began to show support to businesses like hers. Most of those businesses don’t have the advantage of former Super Bowl champions endorsing them on social media.
Secondly, even if you did buy a gift card before all this went down, so what? She still got the money. They already paid you. Shut up and make the meatballs.
Even though a lot of people have lost their jobs and businesses over this, Jen Royle wants them to consider her financial situation.
Pro tip – if you’re gonna whine about how you’re struggling during this crisis, even though you qualify for PPP loans, don’t brag about how you don’t need republicans to buy your food because you’re sold out every night just a couple days later.
I understand that without cash coming in it feels like you’re working for nothing, but that’s just how the gift card game works. But if you insist that people bought the gift cards month ago, you should probably stick to that story.
Or just stop talking altogether. That might be best actually.
The best part was how she framed it as, “I’m just curious what you guys think,” even though she was making it blatantly obvious that she personally thinks you’re a fucking dickhead if you use a gift card during the crisis.
But she also thinks it’s OK to use your gift card to Chili’s, because they’re a chain.
Even though franchise owners are still dependent upon cash coming in to survive.
Then yesterday she decided it would be a good time to reignite her feud with Brit McHenry by mocking her for talking about having brain cancer surgery.
She does this with the same account that she uses to promote her business. She literally does everything wrong that you can possibly do on social media if you open a business, but then gets free advertising from thirsty quasi-celebrities and thinks she’s getting business because of her talents. Granted, Brit McHenry is a right cunt herself, and the last thing she’d ever wanna do is “be kinder” to anyone. But still, how out of touch with reality do you have to be to mock a woman’s two month old tweet about getting brain surgery?
And in classic Jen Royle style she’s refusing to back down.
And she’s making up excuses for why her tweet was OK.
Just to review:
- Britt McHenry posts about getting a surgery on February 25 but doesn’t specify what surgery
- Britt McHenry posts on social media days later that it’s brain surgery
- Two months later Jen Royle decides to dig up the first tweet and mock her because apparently surgery is something to mock your rival over as long as it’s not brain surgery
Yea, that doesn’t quite add up. Then again, adding has never been Jen’s specialty.
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