Things We Saw Today: Rapper Kreayshawn Got a Collar With Our Rejection Hotline Number on It
New kitty collar 😊 pic.twitter.com/sAgPWZ4fvs
— Shady Kreay (@KREAYSHAWN) October 28, 2017
Kreayshawn made our day with the coolest shout-out to The Mary Sue’s Rejection Hotline we can imagine.
We noticed our hotline was lighting up with people trying to get in touch with Kreayshawn, and that’s when we saw her Tweet. The rapper and music video director, whose single “Gucci Gucci” took the web by viral storm, posted a picture of herself wearing a chain necklace whose pendant is a bone-shaped tag. “New kitty collar,” she wrote. The tag reads “Natassia”—Kreayshawn’s birth name—and The Rejection Hotline’s number, (646) 926-6614.
Some of her followers seemed confused, wondering why the number had a New York area code, but others were in on it:
Reject me mami
— TALIA (@TaliaCBrown) October 28, 2017
The entire Mary Sue staff is delighted by this incredibly creative way to get the message across, and we are thankful to Kreayshawn for helping us spread the word. Erm, number.
- In other hotline-related news, I spoke with Newsweek about how we brainstormed the idea as a team and why it’s important to give women tools to push back against unwanted advances. (via Newsweek)
- Our favorite gentle boy who would never need the hotline, Newt Scamander, appears to be on a book tour in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2. (via Screenrant)
— Dunc (@clubjade) November 1, 2017
- Buffy‘s James Marsters talks Marvel’s Runaways and why he always seems to end up playing the villain. (via Nerdist)
- Director Patty Jenkins retweeted a lot of awesome Wonder Woman-themed Halloween costumes last night. I’m still not over this mini-Antiope and her “battle pony,” Dusty. This wee Amazon general won Halloween. Everyone else can now go home.
— CrystalLawson (@CrystalALawson) October 30, 2017
What’d you see today, friends?
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