Social media is both a great tool and an incredibly dangerous one, with the majority of folks leaning towards the latter than the former – and understandably so.
From Twitter and Instagram to Facebook and Snapchat, you just never really know what you’re going to get from these platforms. One day they could lead to a missing person being found relatively quickly, and then the next you hear about people with depression due to abuse they’ve suffered online.
WWE superstars aren’t immune to the effects of social media, either, with WWE’s own Samoa Joe giving his thoughts on the traditional art of having a ‘beef’ with someone on the internet.
Joe tends to be one of the more reserved superstars when it comes to posting on Twitter and causing a bit of a stir, which is why this is such an interesting post from the former TNA star.
There’s a lot that we’ve still got left to learn about things like Twitter, and it simply is not going to happen overnight. We need to put ourselves in a position whereby the destructive side of this platform doesn’t take hold as much as it has been for some people, and having beef is one of the primary causes of that.
We can’t predict the future and we don’t know what the next stage of development is going to be for these apps, but one thing we can say with confidence is that we’re more than happy to hear the thoughts of people like Joe on this subject.