this story is about the tragic rise and fall of a WooTuber named Sammy Lamb. When her pride gets the best of her, she is doomed for life.
Sammy Lamb is social media famous. Sammy likes to create videos about her life, and she gets thousands of views on WooTube. One thing about her is that she LOVES to speak her mind. Sometimes too much. Not on WooTube, she usually takes the drama to Jitter. Sammy has managed to rack up around 995k subscribers.
Sammy Lambs "competitor" is Gabby Crab. They are constantly compared or accused of copying each other. Gabby has 998k subscribers, and this makes the Internet's biggest race for 1 million. Sammy couldn't take all the competition; she wanted to do what she loved freely. She expressed this in a way she always did: ranting on Jitter. She tried to make it seem nice, but she basically trash-talked Gabby's videos. This time, it was very bad since everyone was watching her and Gabby's every move. People started screenshoting and it eventually blew up.
She went to school the next day and noticed that her friends weren't talking to her. And it seemed as if everyone was talking ABOUT her. She just ignored it, and went about her day. Sammy decided to make a video when she got home to cheer her up.
Before she decided to make her video, she checked Jitter. She was planning to talk about how bad her day was. She found out that everyone was talking about what she said. They weren't nice comments, and everyone was siding with Gabby Crabs.
I'm unsubscribing 😡
I don't like her anymore. she really needs to get a reality check.
She checked her WooTube page and saw she was rapidly losing subscribers. She went from 995k to only 3k. Sammy decided to cancel the video. She wasn't sure what to do. At that moment, Sammy knew she would never be able to get up to a million.
Sammy decided that the best thing to do was to make an apology video. That would be her last video. She noticed that her talking trash on Jitter wasn't the best thing for her. Sammy made an apology to Gabby Crabs, and everyone that read what she wrote on Jitter. After that, she knew her life woudn't be the same. She couldn't do what she was best at, and she felt lost and lonely.