There have been rumors suggesting that Housewives purchase fake Twitter followers to appear more popular than they actually are. While the reasons behind this may be unclear, it seems that in the world of reality TV, there is a competition for popularity, and some individuals are willing to invest money to gain an advantage.
It appears that it is possible to pay for fake Twitter accounts to send out tweets defending you. A recent incident involving Real Housewives of Miami star Lea Black’s friend impersonating Marysol Patton’s mother, Mama Elsa, resulted in an influx of tweets from Lea’s supposed fans defending her and denying any involvement in the mockery. However, suspicions were raised when these tweets became excessive and remarkably similar in wording and punctuation.
Upon further investigation, it became evident that these Twitter accounts may not be genuine fans of Lea Black or even followers of the Real Housewives of Miami. They do not follow Lea on Twitter and have a minimal number of tweets on their profiles. This raises doubts about whether Lea is paying for fake bots to tweet on behalf of her “fans.”