As a top fan, I don't really have anything to say. I just wrote it to protect my badge.
I saw this joke comment in Facebook comments and I don't understand it.
I can't see how the two clauses relate.
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Facebook gives "Top Fan" badges to people who post a lot in a community (or hit "Like," or share posts into or from that community's Facebook Group or Facebook Page. It only judges quantity, not quality. I seem to be granted this Top Fan status on a lot of pages for what does not seem like significant engagement, but Webtrickz states:
For this, you have to interact a lot with a page by liking or reacting to a post, commenting, sharing and watching the page’s videos.... For instance, there are users who became a top fan just by liking the posts while those engaging via comments, sharing, etc. haven’t got it. To increase your chances, make sure you’re consistently active on a certain page.
For the original post, the user was probably trying to just keep his badge active..
Also, you need to keep engaging with a particular page to maintain your top fan status
OR he was commenting on how little the status means: Why would anyone pay attention to him? He's not a puppeteer or even certified muppet expert (or whatever is relevant for this page) - he's just a guy with a digital "sticker" by his name.
Source: personal experience, plus https://webtrickz.com/facebook-top-fan-badge/ (Work blocks Facebook, so I couldn't get their official descriptions. Apparently it's been a feature since 2018.
The person is admitting to writing something just to keep their status as a top fan, which requires them to make a certain number of comments or to perform other actions in a group or on a page.
So the joke is that they are making a self-confession while they are doing something to get around the intention of the rules.