If you can, I think that'd be best (the Reddit post, not the interview). It's probably fine but better safe than sorry.
Done. Clearer communications in advance next time methinks and we won't have problems like this again.
This applies to everyone
at HLP BTW if I am to continue to serve as Social Media Manager. I need clear info in advance
If submit a draft of something and ask for feedback and fact checking I need it before
it goes live not
after. For example, having to re-do the Blue Planet trilogy articles because I got the acts system wrong was humiliating. I had specifically asked for fact checking in advance which would have prevented this but no one bothered.
Its not like I am getting paid for this, and I have today been offered a role as SMM somewhere else. If I don't start getting some cooperation here I will take my time and effort elsewhere.