- May 3, 2012
Not once did I say URL doesn’t have the highest consumer satisfaction score, yet here you are pushing that narrative because you felt the need to defend URL of something I didn’t say.URL has the best track record of satisfying its consumer base. By a mile. Their product is leaps and bounds better now than it was 6-8 years ago, despite the actual talent in battle rap being worse than it was. Every reasonable complaint we’ve had as a fan base they’ve listened to and improved. I don’t want to shyt on y’all fandom but sometimes y’all sound like new fans and don’t remember all the bullshyt we put up with to get here: the 8 hour events, the 6 month waits for YouTube drops, the shytty streams, all the choking, all the no shows. Everything URL could control to improve these often loud complaints they’ve fixed.
Seeing so many people cry about YouTube drops when as a culture we fukking HATED the way URL operated their page is mind boggling. We’re in a way better situation with the app that is legitimately a good product now that they’ve yet again listened to feedback and improved upon.
Watching Chrome felt like watching a URL event from 2016. And it’s not a coincidence that Remy had all the same issues and complaints that Smack used to have back then.
I don’t want to shyt on y’all fandom, but sometimes y’all reading comprehension is laughable and y’all sound like fatherless kids caught up in tribalism.
Competition between businesses is good for the consumer. This is a universal understanding in economics contrary to y’all beliefs.
Multiple Black businesses can coexist in financial spaces without slander and lack of critique creating monopolies.
Pointing out hypocrisy and critiquing business practices doesn’t make you less of a fan of said business.
I understand that is very hard for y’all to comprehend, but it is possible.