Big scoob has a general kind of hate. Being homophobic is adressed to a single category; you cant compare Big scoob behaviour with anything else, his hate is beyond anything.You don't think aoe (and I use this term loosely) "celebrities," should be criticized when they act like a child, a racist, or use homophobic slurs?
Is there a certain ranking where this changes?
If you take issue with what Big Scoob says, you should take issue with the various and repeated occurrences of appalling behavior by certain "celebrities." Else this sentiment reeks of tribalism and favoritism at best, or more concerningly "the rules are for thee, not for me," as it applies to criticism.
You have no problem levying disdain at Big Scoob, but decry the reaction of others and make pained calls for moderation when a fellow teamate does something comparable (there is no need to debate whether two "I kill your families," equal a homopbic or racial slur, it's immaterial) -- while downplaying or excusing their behavior.
Why is that, and is that fair or just? If this viewpoint was consistent, why wouldn't you also take issue with the castigation of Big Scoob? Is there a certain level or number of occurrences, if not veracity of abhorrent behavior where your opinion changes on the matter?
Good to see the usual suspects riled by the suggestion that actions have consequences.