I noticed that sometimes I have more fans in forum than on my profile page.
Now, for instance, I have 16 in forum view and 14 in profile view.
I'm just asking because I had this a few days ago and the fans never showed up in profile. So, I'm guessing the real number is 14.
Any opinions on this?
They are fake fans, they were not honest when joining your fan club
You are right though, the correct number is on your profile. Somehow they don't synchronize too well, it's a known fact.
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