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Source : Community
Following the previous post, we just got whispered that not only is Little Bones stealing Stealthic’s sims alpha, she is also stealing other sims creators alpha for her hairs as well.
Also below is a clearer version . What is actually baffling is that she doesn’t even edit or modify them, she literally takes them and put it on her texture and start selling the hairs. There are other hairs which are also similar but designers names are not identified at the moment as so many hair available in the sims.
The Big Questions: Why did she have to do this when she’s a big store owner is Second Life? Somethings we just never understand.
It’s obvious, by now, that someone is pushing the hype around this particular person to the max for profit, but if you all exited fan girl mode for a second you’d quickly realize how ridiculous the whole thing is.
You like what she sells? Fine, go shop, but starting a cult of personality is a tad too much.
Cult of personality is creating an idealized, heroic, and worshipful image through unquestioning flattery and praise, and it’s exactly what’s happening right now in SL.
If you dare to say something against Queen BB you get labeled as envious, jealous, a liar etc. But if you praise her you’re part of the group, you are accepted and loved and if you praise her long enough she herself may even like your posts!
She= someone who owns a virtual store that sells 3D content in an in world game.
Not Mother Theresa. Not Marie Curie. Please, put things in perspective.
We got whispered that Lisa Walker has been “unmasked” by Lory Kezenn owner of Tres Beau Makeup after several long conversations and fights in a private chat in Social Media.
From the Facebook post, seems Lory has warned Lisa severally to stop and now Lory is forced to publicly declare Lisa Walker as a “Copyboter”.
Lisa Walker is known for copying many stores like Studio Exposure, Tres Beau, Scandalize, Yolo, L’etre/ Doux, New Faces etc.
Thomas removed some of his comment but seem that was not quick enough.
Source : Plurk