BP hired a professional to handle her career. This handler got bookings and major companies as sponsors. Her sponsors before she became famous were set aside in favor of the bigger companies who could afford her exorbitant talent fee. The handler sells BP by saying she has a larger following compared to other bloggers even if these are her friends. When sponsors try to get BP and her circle, the handler refuses and reiterates that BP works alone.
Worse, BP now demands a high figure for her appearance in public events. Worst, she uses her social networking sites to bash professionals and other bloggers in her field. In fact, her circle alleges that her faux pas was not just a once-in-a-lifetime mistake rather it’s a habit that shows in her microblogging. Her lack of respect for people, who worked so hard and paid their dues to achievesuccess, has not gone unnoticed.