Here comes the chief justices and panel of judges on social media.
Adorned in their full bottomed wigs while holding their gavel as usual. Ever-ready to pass on their judgments. I saw the previous grammatical corrections you made on Akwasi’s post; that was very quick and accurate. Oh! I nearly forgot to commend you for your trolls and unsolicited timely judgments on people’s pages. If only you knew how wrong you were. But hey! I’m wondering if you told them about your job interview last week. I’m still wondering why you didn’t tell the interviewer you are an English teacher on Facebook when you were asked for your other qualifications apart from your degree. The moral judge that I know of on Instagram would not have bowed his head in shame during the interview. Well, I guess you realized being a social media judge wasn’t going to secure you the job. I can’t wait to see the gloom on your face when I inform you that, the marketing position you badly wanted was given to the same guy you were correcting because he listened to his lecturer when he was advised to take an extra-curricular activity apart from his degree .
I pray you learn your lesson soon!
I hail thee Madam slay queen. Always slaying for the gram and never failing to disappoint. You are a motivation to me. I am still drooling over your new Cartier jewelry. Why didn’t you tell me it was reparation from him for breaking your teeth? For someone who lives, eats and breathes on the gram you seem to be hiding a lot from us these days. Maybe we could start of by you telling us how you missed your exams due to the multiple blows and injuries he gave you. Yet, you are on social media pretending like all is well when your pillows are drenched in tears every night.
Hmm! Just last week I overheard your teacher showing his displeasure about your grades. I’m sorry you are unable to “pepper “your books like you “pepper” me on the gram. I’m sorry he “peppers” you with blows and buys you those jewelries as reparation. Perhaps, if you came down from your high horse and stopped the charade of acting like all was well in your life, you would genuinely find the help you need. A big thank you to your lecturer for bursting my bubble.
And to the gullible me, follower of Slay queen and chief justice, thinking all is well with my social media icons and failing to show appreciation to God for what he has done for me. The scales have fallen and I can see beyond the façade now.
NB: The Writer is an Avid Reader and a Student Writer.