So, Darren Smith, the impressive afternoon radio host at The Mighty 1090 went on vacation for a few days. He doesn’t tweet on vacation. Craig Elsten filled in for Darren while he was gone. Turns out some people don’t pay attention to the details. Darren got a tweet, saying his show was cancelled. He, obviously, thought that was funny, so he RT’d it.
Well, when you’ve got 5,600+ followers, and you haven’t tweeted in a week, and you haven’t been on the air… people might just jump to conclusions… and jump they did.
@dsmithshow Wtf? You got canceled?
— geapetto, florentini (@gpettooh) May 24, 2013
— Chris Dunn (@dunnright00) May 24, 2013
— TLDN (@tldn) May 24, 2013
Did the @dsmithshow show really get cancelled?
— Jason Rodriguez (@JROD56) May 24, 2013
— K1NGKU$H (@K1NGKUSH) May 24, 2013
I don’t think the Darren Smith show got cancelled
— John(@Friar_Faithful) May 24, 2013
@martycaswell did you and darren smith quit the darren smith show?
— Mario Mann (@MarioMann) May 23, 2013
— Alan Long` (@bigdaddy4you) May 24, 2013
Ah, the glorious twitter rumor mill. Love it. The Darren Smith has not been cancelled. He’ll be on air today at noon. Carry on.