I saw this video this morning on youtube and was instantly intrigued by it.
Go ahead and watch how Robinson Cano listens to his fans boo a cardboard version of him and then have him come out in person.
It's been on my mind for ages as I follow a lot of celebrities and bloggers on instagram for instance. People always seem to comment with "oh this make up looks hideous on you" or "gees, you look fat" or any other form of negative comment.
And it seems to me that people on the internet don't have that shame that they would have in real life. As you can see in the video, when Robinson Cano comes out, people shake his hand, welcome him back to New York. But behind his back they're saying that he sucks.
It's so much easier to be anonymous online, but does that also mean you should be negative online? I always try to remember what my parents said when I was younger: "if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say it".
What do you think about it? Is it just me being an OAP or has this changed online?