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Samantha Pauly of Six comments on bootleg of herself

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Regarding the bootleg she says

"Ope, y'all really just out here posting illegal bootlegs huh?  At least put my name in the description lol"

Just reminding that what's posted is regularly read by the stars themselves

She also mentioned on IG that she was really hurt by some of the comments that were in the bootleg

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I'm sure she'll change her tune if its forced to close early.

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Did this really require another thread when there's a entire thread already about bootlegs during quarantine??
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She also mentioned on IG that she was really hurt by some of the comments that were in the bootleg

Samantha Pauly of Six comments on bootleg of herself

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morosco said: "She also mentioned on IG that she was really hurt by some of the comments that were in the bootleg

Samantha Pauly of Six comments on bootleg of herself
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Is that necessary? Actors are humans. They get hurt by comments too. An actor literally got so much heat for their portrayal of a character that it was one of the factors that contributed to them deleting their social media (ONE factor, not the main factor, just for clarification). If you can let nasty comments slide off you? Great! Not everyone can, no matter what their profession is. And the actor I'm talking about was on the tour of a show and they were getting nasty comments based on people who saw a bootleg of them performing, not them performing live. This is valid. 

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Someone responded to her original post on YouTube, telling her that they went through all the comments and counted only 11 negative ones out of almost 400. So, yes, focusing on a handful of complaints when there are hundreds of people praising you is an overreaction.

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Public figures who read comments on social media platforms are morons. Tale as old as time (and one suggestion given by endless amounts of major talent): NEVER READ REVIEWS OR COMMENTS ON SOCIAL MEDIA!

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And this thread will be locked in 3.....2......
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hearthemsing22 said: 
Is that necessary? Actors are humans. They get hurt by comments too. An actor literally got so much heat for their portrayal of a character that it was one of the factors that contributed to them deleting their social media (ONE factor, not the main factor, just for clarification). If you can let nasty comments slide off you? Great! Not everyone can, no matter what their profession is. And the actor I'm talking about was on the tour of a show and they were getting nasty comments based on people who saw a bootleg of them performing, not them performing live. This is valid."

lmao imagine gagging this hard at someone posting a gif. 

No one gives a damn about the list of shows you've seen.
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Quick, somebody trot out "mental health"