As the Serena Williams "sexism" row continues following her US Open final defeat, questions are still being asked about her behaviour.
She was fined $17,000 (£13,100) for code violations and docked a game for the angry scenes that unfolded at Flushing Meadows on Saturday.
Some are saying it was more a case of #MeMeMe than #MeToo, while others are defending the tennis player's behaviour.
Was she right to bring gender into the row or was she simply being a "diva" - something many are suggesting on social media.
Opinion is certainly split, with people on Twitter still debating the issue.
It comes as the Women's Tennis Association has backed Williams's sexism claims, but not everyone agrees.
This wasn't #MeToo... It was just #MeMeMe. Sexism? No, #SerenaWilliams was rightly punished for her entitled tantrum at the women's #USOpen final.— Excelsior! ⚽ 🎾 (@PhilPlanter) September 10, 2018
Williams was wrong to bring her daughter into her argument on Saturday
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The conversation is showing no signs of slowing down either.
Several people have branded the scenes "disgusting", "unsporting" and "thuggish" and commented on the American's "appalling" behaviour.
It’s a twisted world when you think Serena was badly treated for her appalling behaviour in #UsOpenFinal which robbed Osaka from celebrating her first major. By all means campaign for the men to be punished more but not for Serena to be treated more leniently.— Stephen Graham (@LandDsDad) September 10, 2018
This was echoed by @AlayeniEQ, who slammed the tennis player for bringing motherhood into the row.
She wouldn’t have had to comfort her if she hadn’t utterly destroyed her moment with her tantrum. As a woman, I found it embarrassing and offensive to watch her use motherhood in her rant, like that somehow makes her above reproach.— Alayeni Silvermist (@AlayeniEQ) September 9, 2018
Meanwhile, some Williams supporters have thanked her for highlighting the "unequal playing field" in sports for women.
Yes but a worthy fine to call out the unequal playing field in sports for women and women of color.— EL (@EL44766671) September 9, 2018
One Tweet said: "It was straight up racism and sexism. It was appalling and infuriating."
I’ve been a tennis fan for decades. What happened to @serenawilliams was straight up racism and sexism. It was appalling and infuriating. That chair umpire should should never be in such a position again.— Kate Kendell (@KateKendell) September 10, 2018
In another show of support, @Nicolejean questioned if the tennis player had been fined for "standing up for herself as a woman?"
Fined for 3 code violations or fined for standing up for herself as a woman?— Nicole Swiers (@Nicolejean) September 9, 2018
Many were also quick to point out the gender split of those commenting.
It is amazing for me how the people commenting saying that this is not sexism are men 🙄— Eloise Boezak (@EloiseBoezak) September 10, 2018