One day I want to be famous enough to be followed by and then subsequently become boring enough to be unfollowed by @nnimrodd
— Henry (@harryhenrysmall) November 13, 2013
1. Gemma Styles. 1,963,278 followers minus 1.
Gemma is gorgeous but I feel she should have fewer followers. On the other hand, if she got so many being Harry S’s sister, she should live up to it and tweet ONLY Harry S related material. Babe, Gemma, don’t Instagram your graduation its too bodacious.
— Gemma Styles (@GemmaAnneStyles) November 13, 2013
2. Dana Loesch. 165,680 followers minus 1.
An Ann Coulter wannabe.
Ann Coulter up next. #dlrs
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) November 13, 2013
3. Reverend&TheMakers. 45,702 followers minus 1.
They called their album @Reverend_Makers, ‘@’ in the title intended, even on Wikipedia. I didn’t realise Wikimedia allows @ at the title. Then the band decided to call their Twitter account the same. But – what happens when they release a different album? Oi. Will their account still be called like the previous album? Of course not, they will change their @ and be humiliated. It isn’t fair for the fans who already mentioned them so many times using this specific @ name. Massive unfollow for username inconsistency.
— Reverend&TheMakers (@Reverend_Makers) November 13, 2013
4. Farhad Manjoo. 45,885 followers minus 1.
A WSJ person who didn’t understand what am I unfollowing him for. So thats what.
— Farhad Manjoo (@fmanjoo) November 13, 2013
5. ROUGH COPY ©. 148,702 followers minus 1.
I wish they’d call themselves RoughPasteUK. Also they tweeted the phrase ‘feeling so blessed’ knowing fully well feeling blessed, as a template, now solely belongs to FB. You can’t just write feeling… without choosing it from an emoji drop-down.
Still can’t believe we are going on THE #xfactor Tour, feeling so blessed and it’s all down to u!
— ROUGH COPY © (@RoughCopyUK) November 14, 2013