Shy and retiring types those 'Twilight' fans aren't they? It's not taken long for the few million or so that frequent Twitter and other social networking sites to have their say on Kristen Stewart's decision to cheat on her 'Twilight' co-star Robert Pattinson, with an alarming amount of fans actually refusing to believe that the affair was real, in spite of the fact that the actress has, you know, actually come out and said that it was. And of course you just know that someone's taken to YouTube to weep openly about it, and demand that we all leave them alone. And then spending a good two to three minutes given her own judgement on it. Hypocritical, much?
To the nutty madam first, then. That's not us being derogatory, that's the name she goes by on YouTube; she's become a YouTube sensation, posting videos of her reactions to things like 'Twilight' trailers and getting hugged by Johnny Depp, but she turned distraught over the news of Stewart's fling. "Why, why would you cheat on Robert Pattinson?" she raged, "What's the point of that? What do you stand to achieve by cheating on Robert Pattinson, with f**ing Rupert whatever his. I'm so not ok with this." She's not!? Stop everything.
Elsewhere some bright fans have denied it all, with one writing "Rite im confused, I thot (sic) the kristen stewart thing was fake, what is she apologising for in her statement then?" and another saying "I BELIEVE Kristen Stewart DIDNT DO ANYTHING AND IF YOU AS A KRISBIAN THINKS THAT SHE DID THEN YOU ARE NOT A KRISBIAN YOU ARE FAKE!". With fans like these, who needs detractors.