For someone who claims to have no interest in the Hampstead SRA hoax or those who promote it, Naima Dawn Feagin (aka HoaxGirl) certainly seems to be keenly aware of what’s said on this blog.
A couple of days ago we noted that Angela Power-Disney’s blog had been suspended, most likely due to Angela’s failure to pay her hosting fees.
But what ho! Within 24 hours it had been reinstated, and HoaxGirl had posted the following on Angie’s Facebook page: Funny that HoaxGirl would take such a keen interest in that blog, and funnier still that she’d loosen her purse-strings and share a bit of her ill-gotten gains with her comrade in arms.
Granted, a quick scan of just a few of her GoFundMe campaigns reveals that HoaxGirl is more adept at duping people into handing over their cash than Angela will ever be, but still.
You’d think that someone with HoaxGirl’s obvious financial acumen would have noticed that lending money to Angela is generally a bad risk.
Just ask Mel Ve, who made the fundamental error of advancing her some credit back during her CCN days. To Mel’s sorrow, she found out that once Angela realised she could play on Mel’s sympathies for cash, she just kept pushing her luck…until the inevitable breakup occurred.
And a debt like this can be a two-way street: as one of our friends noted yesterday, “That will leave Angie in debt to a woman that she will regret being in debt to for sure”.
We’ve pointed out in the past that HoaxGirl has just a bit of a vindictive streak (in the sense that the Pope has occasionally dabbled in Roman Catholicism). For example, remember that time when HoaxGirl and Mel Ve had their little break-up, and HoaxGirl retaliated with a rather waspish blog post?
And then there was HoaxGirl’s “exposé” of her affair with Ray Savage, the breatharian alleged retired cop from Alfriston. We’re sure he was delighted when HoaxGirl wrote his wife to let them know of her affair, and then broadcast details of their relationship across the internet.
Not to mention HoaxGirl’s vendetta against the
online cult emerging religion, the “Unfuckers”… Ah, good times!
Actually, that reminds us: wasn’t HoaxGirl’s husband, Tivon Rivers, a prime suspect behind that hilariously awful anti-HR blog last year? The one built to spec for Angela, who was first to announce it on Facebook:Such a kind thing to do for a friend—but we think that eventually Angela will discover that anything HoaxGirl does for her will come with a price tag.
And conversely, as anyone who’s ever done Angela a favour will attest, no kindness ever goes unpunished.