This is one of those trends that now bothers me: calling out your haters. It mostly bothers me because I'm quite sure they don't exist. I hear it a lot from DJs, people who work in service sector jobs, and promoters at bars. It's not that I have a problem with letting a person know they are bothering you, but the arrogant conceit that you're being made famous, or that your haters are jealous to me is insane. In fact, sometimes I notice the "haters" in fact don't even give two craps, and it fact the Hatee is jealous of the Hater. Very odd phenomenon indeed, and only exacerbated by Facebook. In fact, I'm sure haters don't "make you famous". In fact, seems to me like all the drama drags you down and costs you major, major business opportunities. My friend is very much like this. Screaming about his haters, and he's broke, of course, and works freelance, and never makes his employers sign contracts, and doesn't hold them to task when they underpay him. No, he simply accepts it, parties afterwards, blows that money, they blames them for not paying him enough. Then after the business relationship blows up later on he starts screaming about his haters. It seems to be a philosophy of some very arrogant and delusional people.