Karma plays its role again.
In today’s world, social media has more power than any other platform. We’re all constantly using it and some of us have an attractive profiles as well. Whether you’ve started a new business or you’ve been running one for quite some time now, you want to market your product/ service online so that more and more people can see it and buy it and leave a good review for your product. For this purpose, a lot of those people who have an “influence” on social media and have a huge number of followers, are sent those new/ existing products for marketing purposes. Fun fact, sometimes they are paid for this too (well most of the time). Now that’s a sort of trend, some “entitled influencers” ask companies for free stuff in exchange for putting up a post about it on their social media profile.
This being said, a lot of people consider it to be their right to ask businesses for free stuff. We recently came across an interesting Reddit post about an 8-year-old kid demanding a free skateboard from a company and upon being refused, he uses abusive language which is very scary for any parent and a big ”NO”. The 8-year-old also threatens to sue the company and just when his parents kick in and a whole new debate starts. The company owner comes up with an epic response to the family. Scroll down to read the whole thing.
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So here’s an 8-Year-old Messaging DJ Skate for a free skateboard.
A little too disrespectful for an 8-year-old…
Now here’s what DJ Skate did.
DJ Skate is a skateboard and streetwear brand that was started in July 2018 by Dude Manville. It has gained quite a lot of popularity over the years, especially among young people and teenagers. With the rising popularity, Manville has not only found his target market but has also learned how to cope up with the freeloaders hidden in his demographic segmentation. There will always be people looking for free goodies from new businesses. Especially those that are in the initial struggling stage. Out of many, this one 8-year-old freeloader really stood out with the kind of profane language he used after being told “no free skate” by Dude. Not only that, but later his parents kicked in saying they were sorry on behalf of their son and that they should send him his free skate because he deserves one. Like, where on earth do these people come from?
So here’s what DJ Skate sent the kid in the mail.
People have no self-respect…
The kid has no idea what he’s about to receive.
The calm before the storm.
And the package arrived.
Whoa! Would you look at that? What a kid. How can an 8-year-old be so rude and talk so much sh*t with someone like that over an e-mail? Although this e-mail sounds fishy, it is extremely disrespectful and tells us more about the family of this 8-year-old than the kid himself.
Now the parent kicks in and e-mails DJ Skate.
We need proof.
So according to the parents, the 8-year-old is a “good kid” and “deserves” a free skateboard.
It is what it is.
Why is it so hard to actually buy the kid a skateboard?
His behaviour was definitely not worth rewarding.
Now we know where the kid learn all that from…
N O spells NO.
This Dude is Manville and seems unbothered by people and their bullsh*t.
What a sugarcoated way of saying no to someone so stingy and entitled. Don’t know why people would start to take things like self-respect and ethics seriously. Guess Freeloaders would always be freeloaders. What do you guys think about this sweet revenge? Let us know in the comments below.