Twitter thread with the pain of ordinary people called celebrities
On October 6, the US Senate confirmed Brett Cavanaugh as a Supreme Court judge. Discussion of the candidacy of Kavano led to one of the loudest political scandals in the US in 2018. People are elected for this position for life, therefore it is believed that high moral people should be members of the Supreme Court. And shortly before the vote, Kavano was accused of sexual harassment and indecent behavior during his student years.
Against the background of discussions in social networks and street protests, 27-year-old Kentucky resident Brett Kavana spoke out – an ordinary consultant seller whose name differs from the judge by only one letter. He was massively tweeted by opponents of the candidacy of Cavanaugh, so he came to the conclusion that now is a “terrible time” for his name.
This is a terrible time to be named Brett Kavanagh
— Brett Kavanagh (@Brett_Kavanagh) October 6, 2018
In a conversation with the media, he admitted that the last few weeks of the day he was “insane.” “Dude, it was like a machine gun. As if the phone picked up a virus. Notifications came constantly. I have never really used Twitter, but now I know how the stars feel, ”added Kavana.
The tweet became viral, and in the reps it was supported by the full names of US Vice President Mike Pence, former Trump press secretary Shawn Spicer and former Trump adviser Steve Bannon. All politicians are united not by the best reputation in social networks and mass media.
Welcome to the club, brother.
— Mike Pence (@goodmikepence) October 6, 2018
“Welcome to the club, brother”
Try being Sean Spicer for the last two years. Passport control in European airports is awfully fun.
— Sean Spicer (@Sean_Spicer65) October 7, 2018
“Try to be Shaun Spicer for the past two years. Passport control at European airports is becoming extremely fun. ”
Get used to the twitter notifications
— Steve Bannon (@SteveBannon) October 7, 2018
“Got used to notifications on Twitter”
Other namesakes of celebrities – actors, musicians and writers gathered in the comments. Everyone wanted to share their pain.
My father is Michael Jackson and my stepmom is Janet Jackson. Even better is that my mother is Debbie Jackson, also name of “real” Michael Jackson’s ex-wife and baby mama. This was the front page of the Globe tabloid the day I was born…#icebreaker pic.twitter.com/zmbuGw5A0X
— David M Jackson (@modavidmjackson) October 7, 2018
“My father is Michael Jackson, and my stepmother is Janet Jackson. Even better: the name of my native mother – Debbie Jackson, the same name from the real ex-wife Michael Jackson. That’s what happened on the first page of the Globe tabloid on the day I was born … ”
I feel you, bro.
— whitney houston (@trixied13) October 7, 2018
“I understand you, bro”
Between producing the Beatles and writing Game Of Thrones I’m surprised i have enough time to reply to this.
— George Martin (@Martillo42) October 7, 2018
“In a break between producing The Beatles and writing Game of Thrones, I somehow found time to respond to this tweet.”
At least my guy only cancelled a TV show
— Jim Parsons (@ThatJimParsons) October 7, 2018
“Well, at my boyfriend at least the series was closed”
Believe me – I feel your pain!
— susan collins (@susancollins826) October 6, 2018
[Full namesake of the author of the series The Hunger Games] “Believe me – I understand your pain”