We all know what it's like to be totally head over heels in love with our favorite celebs, but there's a fine line between stanning someone and overstepping their privacy. Well, Grayson Dolan and Ethan Dolan found themselves victims of theft at the beach after two girls decided to snag their shirts. The fans did not at all seem to have malicious intentions in mind, but it is safe to say stealing the twins' clothing was 100% wrong on every level.
It appears as though the two girls were driving down the street when they spotted the Dolan Twins walking to the beach. Like anyone would, the two completely fangirled out on Snapchat before preparing to approach the twins for a photo. Given the fact that Ethan and Grayson are oh so appreciative to their fans, the boys smiled for a photo with the girls. But the fans didn't stop there.
I NEED YHUU ALL TO HELP MHEE GET ETHAN'S ATTENTION ON THE GIRLS WHO STOLE HIS SHIRT "RT" #dolantwinswonourhearts #DolanTwins @EthanDolan pic.twitter.com/AMV44HyJRu— Kiara Wade (@KiaraWade__) August 16, 2017
I NEED YHUU ALL TO HELP MHEE GET ETHAN'S ATTENTION ON THE GIRLS WHO STOLE HIS SHIRT "RT" #dolantwinswonourhearts #DolanTwins @EthanDolan pic.twitter.com/AMV44HyJRu
After parting ways with the social media stars, the two girls went up to the Dolans' pile of stuff while they weren't looking and grabbed their shirts. Their Snapchats quickly spread like wildfire, and the fandom is quite disappointed over this behavior. Now stealing is not okay, but neither is cyber-bullying. One of the girls shared a message apologizing for what she did, explaining that it was all a result of the adrenaline they felt from meeting the twins. According to her claim, they left money in exchange of the shirts.
"I'm getting so much hate right now on every social media account I have," she wrote, before explaining the terrible threats she has gotten.
Stealing and cyber-bullying are both extremely wrong, and no one should ever tell someone to end their life. This situation can definitely be a lesson for everyone.
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