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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Not a Fibre of Regret

Arrogant jailbird Ben Fiberesima joins an evergrowing list of self-obsessed sorts to block ‘The Steeple Times’ on Twitter

 

Rambunctious Ben Fiberesima, a loudmouth whose love for himself is plainly his guiding principle, has blocked The Steeple Times on social media after being released from the clink.

 

Lauded as having “starred alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in The Great Gatsby” by the Daily Express (he was actually nothing but an extra), Fibersima featured on our pages in June 2015 after being exposed for using his Twitter account to promote himself whilst at Her Majesty’s pleasure. This model and wannabe rapper plainly disliked the impact our feature had on his activities and now, released after serving time for theft, fraud and possession of a stun gun he’s back on the rampage and seeking out whatever publicity he can.

 

Not a Fibre of Regret – Arrogant jailbird Ben Fiberesima joins an evergrowing list of self-obsessed sorts to block ‘The Steeple Times’ on Twitter.
Disgraced model and wannabe rapper Ben Fiberesima has chosen to share his life story with the few that might be interested in a book titled “Catch Me If You Can 2”; it is not known how many copies have been sold.

Not a Fibre of Regret – Arrogant jailbird Ben Fiberesima joins an evergrowing list of self-obsessed sorts to block ‘The Steeple Times’ on Twitter.
In questionable company – Also blocking The Steeple Times on Twitter – Former MP George Galloway, poet Pam Ayres, Labour politician Diane Abbott MP and former ambassador Sir Christopher Meyer and his “Chanel-clad” wife

 

In January 2016, Fiberesima – whose five years on the run in Australia came to an end after police tracked him down due to his overuse, once again, of social media – whined to the Daily Express:

 

“Prison is earth’s version of hell. The showers were more like bins. Sometimes I’d be woken up at night by the protest from the rats. That’s how bad it was – the rats were complaining! It was terrible.”

 

When I was in jail I must have lost £15,000 in modeling jobs and missed my best friends wedding. I lost quite a lot.”

 

Later and yet again on social media, he added: “I actually pleaded ‘not guilty’ to all charges on two separate occasions but lost the case vs. ten people.”

 

Words (lacking in) Wisdom from @RokyMillion

Published on the buffoon Ben Fiberesima’s Twitter account since his release from prison.

 

“There’s nothing wrong with loving yourself… I am who I am.”

 

“I love putting a good pair of shades on. It makes me feel half Human half God [sic].”

 

“Smile because your haters f**king hate it when you do that.”

 

“It’s ironic that newspapers always report from a moralistic viewpoint. But what’s ‘moral’ about making money from peoples’ private lives?”

 

“You shouldn’t be concerned with how someone who won’t even turn up at your funeral sees you.”

 

“Media outlets like newspapers and news channels are the main reason why so many people hate so many things. They sell negativity. #FactsOnly”

 

“I learned that I genuinely DGAF [don’t give a f**k] what random strangers I’ve never met before think about me.”

 

“Deleting files from my Hardrive [sic] to make space on my MacBook is like what I did to some of my friends last year. #MakeRoom #Roky”

 

“A well tailored suit is to women what lingerie is to men.”

 

“Dear long term friends that I’ve to cut off due to my thirst for positivity and chasing goals… I don’t miss you.”

 

“People are nicer to you when they know you have notoriety.”

 

“When you wear a bow tie, doors open for your.”

 

“The general public like it when an underdog becomes successful.”

 

“Good luck to the person trying to call me using a blocked number. Bitch I don’t even answer the phone to people I know!”

 

“S**t happens. Clean it up and move on!”

 

“If you don’t ask, you don’t get!”

 

6 COMMENTS

  1. Thank god we got rid of him from Australia!!!!!!!!!!!!! We don’t want pond life turd criminals in our country!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are welcome to him Britain!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He will not MAKE GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. One would have thought this young man might have learnt his lesson. Five years on the run, a spell in the hole and still he seems so arrogant. Plainly prison is not working and this little oik should have been instead given hard labour. Make him sew mailbags when he undoubtedly slips up and gets jailed again.

  3. A horrible example of how social media allows morons to make themselves “famous” has never more clearly become apparent. Yuck!

  4. I met him at parties years ago. Wondered what became of the nasty runt. Well done for reminding people about this dirtbag.

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