In Facebook news, a young woman called her self trying to drag another young lady because of some statements made on Facebook. The young woman in question visited the "stylist" for lemonade braids and left very unsatisfied. She proceeded to put a post on Facebook just generalizing her discontent with her hair style as well as the unprofessionalism of the beautician but she never named any names nor made any references to the beautician who butchered her hair.
However, the beautician got a hold of the post and fired back, but went extra hard using several explicatives such as b*tch and h*e. The hairdresser posted pictures of what the finished hair style looked like to garner support for her argument and proceeded to say that this young woman was a poor customer.
What the beautician did not realize was that her work would not be heavily praised and was the butt of many Facebook users' jokes. The Facebook users even took it a step further and visited the young lady's Facebook business page giving her overwhelming ratings of "1" as well as reasons as to why she is a poor hairstylist. In the comments there are sprinkles of positivity and other people encouraging her to get better at her craft, however most people are running her through the negative gauntlet.
There is one speck of positivity for the "hair stylist" in question, her business page had about 100 to 200 likes and now has expanded to around 9500 likes. I guess controversy is a good way to market your business.