We all dread them. We've all had our personal experiences with them. We all roll our eyes at them and wish that they would just disappear. Sometimes, we even whip out our digital ammunition and fight back to hopefully inflict as much aggravation to equate the stress they have caused us. That's right, I'm talking about trolls.
No, not that kind. I'm talking about internet trolls. The people who hide behind screen names, avatars, and bogus accounts who use the internet as a means of lashing out at others with the excuse of "freedom of expression". You know who you are! We see you!
Well, trolls--No one likes you. And having been personally and physically bullied throughout my life, I know not to pay attention to trolls whose one sole purpose is to stir up trouble because they have nothing better to do.
Thankfully, LGBT activist and correspondent Raymond Braun is coming to our rescue! Braun is teaming up with Charlamagne tha God to co-host a spinoff of the highly popular Catfish on MTV. The title? You guessed it Catfish: Trolls.
If you are a fan of Catfish, this spin off will definitely be up your alley!
Braun posted on Facebook his reason for getting involved in the production. It all boils down to the reasons why people act certain ways while on the internet. What's in that pretty little head of theirs?
So you might be thinking, "How can I put my internet trolls in their place?" MTV is currently holding a casting call to be a part of Catfish: Trolls. Think about it, you may have more in common with that hater than you actually thought!
Catfish: Trolls will premiere on MTV in September.