courtesy of A&A
Truth be told, I have gotten tired of the pressure to write another blog post about the Valkyrie incident involving Trixie Maristela and Veejay Floresca. There are way tooooooo many pageants (big, small and minuscule) to think about that 24 hours just isn’t enough to churn out a minimum of four (4) features per day. My sleeping habits have gone from bad to worse, in fact. But that Valkyrie Club promoter hiding behind the poster name “Valkyrie CLUB Guestlist” really pushed me to the edge of getting up and coming up with this one.
As always, I initially wanted to take the pacifying route in all of this. But when that spokesperson started mouthing lines like “…PLEASE keep it classy or at the very least APPROPRIATE…” and couldn’t even come up with clear parameters on the same, my eyebrows started meeting in the middle. And that spokesperson even had the gall to give rude replies all around, as if being ganged upon is not enough to bring out even the smallest ounce of humility and understanding. Talk about getting blinded strength behind a poster name.
I couldn’t copy and paste all the written exchange of heated words in that spokesperson’s thread on Valkyrie Club Guestlist’s Facebook page, so I just chose to include one for the sake of giving a clear example.
If Valkyrie CLUB wants to remain an uber exclusive hangout for the rich and famous and the “classy flies” who constantly hover around their coattails, then do not open the establishment to the public anymore. They can keep the discriminating rules to themselves and not be bothered by potential guests who do not meet their “standards”. Have four solid walls erected around with a chastity belt (keeping the entrance key) around each member of security. Make it a secret society where the password can never be memorized so only the “accredited” ones can gain entry via eye-detection. In short, keep it private.
Let’s see how long a time your “esteemed” guests can sustain its business profitability. That is, before boredom sets in and members start looking for a new playground that is open to the more interesting members of the public who can afford to pay their way in.
UPDATE: Perhaps, someone prevailed over that spokesperson and this update was given, with the electrifying thread nowhere to be seen now.