Jordan Peele, star of the excellent sketch show Key & Peele, made the mistake of announcing that he'd unfollowed Mark Cuban on Twitter:
I just unfollowed Mark Cuban, and it felt AMAZING.— Jordan Peele (@JordanPeele) January 15, 2014
To be clear, unfollowing Mark Cuban isn't a mistake. Mark Cuban's pretty annoying on Twitter. Announcing it, though, was a bad idea, because it invited response:
You see what you did? You made Mark Cuban #bummed. And now there's this awkward tension floating around the internet. You don't send the obnoxious kid in your class a letter saying he's not invited to your birthday party, and you don't announce to the world that you unfollowed the obnoxious guy on Twitter. Unfollow quietly, or suffer the consequences.
Also: 1. Is Mark Cuban really part of the Nielsen polling? 2. If he is, they should stop counting him because he just publicly admitted to misrepresenting his viewing habits. JUST SAYING.