We’ll get to that curious change in a minute. But first, check out some other tweets from Alix Bryan, the CBS (out of Richmond, Virginia) employee who reported the Memories Pizza GoFundMe campaign for fraud.

Oh, the tolerance! As Twitchy reported, an utterly lame apology was offered up. A giving Twitter user fixed it:

Heh.

But take a look at her Twitter bio now: Some people noticed a little something curious.

Hmm. Curious that. Here was the bio before the kerfuffle sparked by the egregious fraud report:

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Sorry, toots. The Internet, and Twitchy, are forever.

Related:

CBS employee who reported Memories Pizza fund for fraud ‘just in case’ shows how not to apologize

‘That’s messed up’: Va. CBS employee reports #MemoriesPizza GoFundMe for fraud — ‘just in case’

Can we get an amen? This tweeter’s response to whiny hack Alix Bryan is ‘the best’