BYLINE: August 16, 2020 11:56:12Irene Hockman, a member of the Rayback collective, is leaving the group.
She said she is stepping down from her post at the group to focus on her future.
Rayback Collective has been operating under the Raybacks banner since it was formed in 2015.
Rayback members gather around a TV and share their news and gossip.
Raybacks social media accounts are managed by the Raybreakers.
The group has a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel.
“I’m so sorry that I’m not able to continue this way,” Hockmann wrote in an email to Reuters.
The group, which began as a YouTube video sharing community, has expanded to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Hockmans Twitter page has nearly 400,000 followers.
While the Ray backs social media pages have not been taken down, Hockmings YouTube channel is being blocked.
There is no official reason for HockMings exit.
The Raybacks website does not indicate that she will be allowed to join the group again.
Hockmins departure leaves Raybacks Facebook and Instagram pages offline.
Facebook said that Hocks departure is the result of a dispute with her employer.
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg said that he does not want Hock to go, but he will be watching the situation closely.
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerburg tweeted that he is “watching the situation with interest” and “looking into it.”
Zuckerburg also shared that he wants the Ray back to have a “fair and open” conversation with the Rayheads community.
On Friday, the Rayboards Facebook page said that Raybacks YouTube channel will be taken offline and all of its posts will be deleted.
It is not clear if any of the videos that Raybacks had shared on Facebook or on Raybacks YouTube channel are still online.
According to Rayback’s Facebook page and Twitter account, Hocking has been the head of Raybacks since 2014.
Rayberts social media presence on Facebook and Twitter has declined in recent years.
In a statement, Hocker said she was leaving because “the Raybacks’ leadership has become too much for me to handle.”
“As a member, I have worked hard to build a strong, vibrant and engaging Rayback community and I have been disappointed by the way the leadership has treated us, especially over the last few months,” Hocker wrote.
‘It’s been a crazy few months’ for Raybacks membersRayback is known for being a “fun-loving, friendly group of individuals” with an open mind, Hocks sister, Julie Hock, told Reuters.
Hocks mother, Lisa, was also a member and had been since she was a teenager.
A member of Rayback is seen at a party in 2017.
Ray backs are seen holding hands in 2017 during a Rayback concert in Las Vegas.
Some members have said that the group has been a “bunch of f*ckheads” that has led to many “bad experiences” and that Ray backs has “been pretty rough” on Raybersts, who have a lot of “unfair opinions.”
In her Facebook post, Hocked wrote that the Raybears “are the best thing I have ever known and I’m sad that they can’t see it.”
“They’ve been amazing people, and I’ve had some really amazing experiences with them.
I think they deserve a fair chance,” she said.
Despite the Rayberds departure, HOCKS sister, Lisa Hockland, is not backing down from Raybacks activism.
Hocking is calling for Rayback to be taken down from Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
She said she has reached out to Facebook’s legal team to see if Facebook is able to take Raybacks down.
We are going to keep on fighting for our rights.
We are going for our families’ rights, and for the future of our community.
HOCKIELSON said that she believes Facebook should take Rayback down.
“It’s a really big deal for Facebook to do that.
It’s been really hard for them to handle the fact that it’s been such a huge thing,” Hocks said.”
I feel that Facebook should just remove Raybacks because Facebook doesn’t have a good track record with that, they don’t have that much influence over people, they’re a bunch of f**king f**ks.”
A Facebook representative did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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