If Jess wants me to remove her name, she can ask me herself.
I’ve been reading all of this from afar. And haven’t really wanted to get involved but let me say that using my name in conjunction with what happened is fine. Blythe Chatter and I have no problems with one another. They know how I feel about their tumblr and seem okay with my opinion of that. They know I don’t agree with everything they say but that I know they have the right to say it. It’s okay to use my name. No one is bashing me in anyway.
But please Jo, stop saying you apologized to me. You apologized for taking so long to message me. Not for what you did. You never explained to me why you did it or your motivation to do so. Which is what I was owed, at minimum. You never apologized to people on my friends list, that you took the liberty of personally alerting to my wrong doings. Of which, were all false. You hurt someone I consider a friend because she had no idea the Blythe Chatter tumblr existed or that BC had mentioned her. You apologized publicly for, in your words, “being a douchebag.” That’s like putting a band-aid on a bombing victim. I don’t feel that you are actually remorseful and suddenly trying to protect me is not an act of contrition. I think you were sorry you got called out by many people for falsifying information. Also, you owe the dozens of people who spent the night clearing my name and calming me down an apology. And you owe BC an apology for trying to hack their account and falsifying their identity. And by apology, I mean the truth. Not “I’m sorry.” That’s just words and air. I want to know why. That is an apology.