I just had one of the most physically and emotionally exhausting days of my life thus far. I am drained and I feel like a piece of crap in the human race. I’m probably going to vent a little. I may come off as a bit rage-y and I apologize but today was just really awful. Onward to drama.
To Tony, Lee Ann, and Ashley,
I’m sorry. I’m sorry this day sucked. I’m sorry the crowd was so unruly. I’m sorry we couldn’t stay in that “close to the stage” area. But, mostly, I’m truly, really very sorry that you guys saw me at probably my absolute worst. I should not have let that stupid, bratty, shitty, whiny, stubborn, doesn’t get the concept of a fucking CROWD, entitled, stuck up little momma’s girl BITCH get the best of me. And, yes, as you can see, I’m still agitated about it. Most of my life, I’ve had a pretty bad temper. However, I’ve not gotten that bad in years.
I think you guys are really good friends and I never want to disappoint you. So, I’m sorry for my crappy temper. I do want to thank you for helping me through it. I will do my absolute best to try to never let it happen again.
To John Green,
I’m very happy that you came to my town. However, I’m also very sad that you came to my town and saw it at what I believe is its absolute worst. I’ve been a fan of yours for a while and I consider myself proud to be a Nerdfighter. I am so very sorry on behalf of the people of Miami for the utter chaos that was the Miami stop of the TFiOS tour. I have never seen a crowd get quite as bad as the one that came to this event. There is never any excuse to act, as you put it, as absolutely insane as everyone in the crowd did. I’m very sorry if you got agitated thanks to the crowd and I’m sorry that the event had to be cut short.
Honestly, I thought the venue for the event was an odd choice from the beginning. I know how popular you are and, for something as huge as a movie tour Q & A session, this should have been in a more professional venue. The small-ish front stage of an already small-ish mall just made me scratch my head. I felt like the venue didn’t act as professionally as it could have and certainly was not prepared for the sheer number of people that attended the event.
I do hope you some day return to Miami to a venue that’s more suitable to a huge crowd. The day you do, I’m certain to get myself a ticket. Not everyone in Miami is as crazy as you saw, I promise. I hope you have a good rest of the tour and have fun with the cast.