Is booing, expressing disapproval or dislike of the performance, and similar gestures, considered shaming someone in public, or does it “come with the territory”?


If the performer realizes it, I can’t think of a worse way of publically embarrassing someone, then insulting his hard work in public, to his face. “Come with the territory” may be a way that he can console himself afterwards, but it in no way permits the crime to be done.

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