It should be clear at this point that you sign up for a public shaming when you're rude to celebrities on Twitter.
And yet, we still have folks like Joey, a Twitter rando who on Tuesday paid the price for going after Chance the Rapper.
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The exchange began over Chance's commentary on a CBS LA story about men who wonder if it's still OK to hug women in a post-Weinstein world.
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"Stop trying to make people hug you Joey."