So Elissa was sharing pictures from her fans after her latest concert in Sweden and she retweeted by mistake a picture from David Guetta’s concert in Tomorrowland. She apologized later on and removed the picture, saying the crowd looked the same but it’s still a funny mistake.
However, the funniest part for me wasn’t the picture in itself but the fact that she has almost 7 million Twitter followers and still didn’t hire someone to proof-read her tweets. “One of my best Concert ever” LOL!
The funny thing is that she went to Sweden to hold a concert for free while in Lebanon her tickets are sky-rocketing. However, this has nothing to do with my opinion about her very beautiful songs but just a thought that crossed my mind
As Adel Karam Says ” Ahhhhh Ya Habeeeeleh”
are we really quoting Adel Karam now?
Whatever!! we love you Elissa:)
Who is she ?
Given the number of grammatical errors you make on your own site, it’s a bit hypocritical to laugh at the mistakes of others. When will you be hiring a proof-reader of your own?
Once I start making money as much as she does, I will hire a proof-reader and pay him. Until then, I’m managing the blog by myself and doing my best to avoid grammatical mistakes 🙂
That’s not really the point though, is it? If you are going mock the mistakes other people make – and this is not the first time I’ve seen you do this on your blog – you should at least make sure you don’t make mistakes of your own.
As a regular reader of this blog, I have yet to spot a disastrous spelling or grammatical error. More often than not, they are typos. At least, he doesn’t “thanks to thanks”.
But I wouldn’t worry about Elissa’s English much. She makes a bigger joke of herself when she talks than when she sings. Voice lessons first, English lessons later.