This is Ricky Ricci from Haverhill.
He appropriates feminine culture by dressing as a woman in the most ridiculous way possible.
He is the only person in the history of YouTube to record music that is more awful than Failure Swift.
He’s also been promoting a Cosplay drag queen event for a few weeks now.
And he wanted to post it on the community Facebook page called Mingya Valley, which is like a less debaucherous version of the Brockton Hub for Mingya Valley people. But since the admins there don’t want their page filled with drag queen spam they elected to take it down.
Sticky Ricky wasn’t having none of that, claiming that this was a prejudiced decision against him because he’s gay.
This poor soul has to suffer the indignity of not being able to spam a Facebook page that someone else runs with his drag queen cosplay event. If that’s not oppression I don’t know what is.
Ricky’s major beef was that he reported other posts on the page and they weren’t taken down too, therefore he’s oppressed by bigots. What posts were allowed to stay up? This one about a community policing event.
This one about a concert on the waterfront.
This one about a local non-Greg Bates foodies group.
This one about the Greek festival.
And this one about a fundraiser for the developmentally disabled.
- All of those events are either fundraisers or non-controversial community events that everyone can enjoy.
- A drag queen cosplay show is blatantly political, and is yet another example of people trying to force feed their chosen bizarre lifestyles down our throats.
- The drag queen cosplay show doesn’t raise money for charity.
- Nothing in #1-3 even matters because the admins run the page and they can do whatever they want. Don’t like it? Start your own page.
He was really fired up at the two admins who run the page so he messaged them both. Turns out one of them is a turtle rider, and sadly her sister just died so she wasn’t in the mood to deal with Sticky Ricky’s bullshit. She was polite, even though she didn’t have to be, told him about her sister, but he wouldn’t relent and ended up publicly shaming her on his Facebook page. Here’s the message he sent.
Discrimination? You’re trying to promote a show where men dress like women. If they don’t want to let you do that they don’t have to sweet tits.
She let him know about her sister. His response was basically, “my great grandmother died once too, now why aren’t you taking down all those other charity posts?”
“I’ve screenshotted this entire conversation.”
Imagine what a lowlife piece of shit you have to be to be told by a person that their sister just died, and you respond by threatening to post screenshots of her civil responses to your insanity on Facebook?”
He insisted that he was the victim of bigotry and made demands about how she runs her page.
Oh shut the fuck up you attention starved cabbage snatch bitch. If you think that everyone who disagrees with you is a bigot, it might actually be you who is the bigot.
This was the “discrimination” and “bigotry” he got from the other admin.
Bigotry = Stranger won’t let you advertise your drag queen show for free on his page.
He posted screenshots of it all on his Facebook page, just as he had threatened to do, and him and his merry band BLT-123’s had themselves a pity party.
He urged people to shame and troll them, knowing full well her sister died the day before.
This worthless maggot just so happens to be a hairdresser at Spa Najoli in Methuen, which is where the woman whose sister just died goes once a month. And wouldn’t ya know it? Today was her appointment day, so she asked to speak to the general manager Michael Surrette about his employee’s behavior and his response made my head explode:
Just to review, this woman is a regular customer being harassed and baselessly called a bigot by an employee of Najoli Salon who has organized a small group of friends to troll and harass her some more. And the General Manager Michael Surrette’s official policy is, “I can’t control what my employees say and do on social media.”
What a bag of douche.
“He’s claiming something different.”
OK then, investigate it. It’s all right there for you to see. Takes two seconds to see the messages and posts he made. Turns out your employee is lying to you, and you’re taking his word over a customer’s. Smart business move jackass.
It boggles my mind that in 2019 a GM would be so naive to believe that he can’t tell his employees not to post defamatory shit about customers on Facebook.
“I’ve asked him to shut it down because you’re a customer here. He’s coming back to me and says that what he posts on his social media has nothing to do with Spa Najoli. What he posts on his own social media I can’t control.”
Wrong bitch. It has EVERYTHING to do with Spa Najoli. You now are fully well aware of the morally bankrupt scrotum scruffer under your employ. You’re also aware that his continued employment means you risk losing this customer. You can control what he says and does on social media if he wants to continue working there, you just choose not to because you’re on team woke.
“Ricky is taking it really personal.”
Who gives a flying fuck about how Sticky Ricky’s taking it? That’s like working at an old folks home, letting Grandma wet herself for hours at a time, and then telling your boss that Grandma hurt your feelings when she asked to be changed.
When she asked where his (Sticky Ricky’s) humanity was, I couldn’t believe the response.
“Well he’s asking you for the same thing. You know what I mean? Like, I don’t see why he can’t spin it back towards you.”
The same thing?? Fuck. You. These things are not equal. One is a woman running a Facebook page who made a fair, editorial decision, and politely let the guy know why, despite the fact that her sister just died and she owes him nothing. The other is a self absorbed narcissist who used social media to attack a vulnerable woman who turned out to be a customer at this shitty, disgusting business in Methuen.
With management like this it’s a miracle that they could have 4.8 stars out of 5 on their Facebook reviews. Especially when their official policy is “our employees are allowed to harass and humiliate customers, so long as they’re not doing it directly in front of us.”
You know what NOT to do.
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