The original definition of an "Internet Troll" was someone that would purposefully go out of their way to stir up drama. Someone that would go into a Star Trek forum and simply post the words "Star Wars is better in every way" or making a comment to get a specific reaction out of someone, believing they're in control of the other party.
Apparently now, the word is a blanket definition for someone that says something you disagree with.
I was referred to as a troll because I commented on a journal from someone I've been watching for over a year. They had made a journal simply saying something to the extent of "My premium membership ran out ", to which I replied something like "What's the point of making this journal? It seems like you're just asking for someone to give you one". It'd be one thing if the person constantly makes journals about their everyday life, or progress updates, but no, they'd gone out of their way to comment on a lack of premium, which I see mostly from models and half talented photographers.
If the premium abilities are so great, then pay the money rather than trying to milk money for one from your watchers. And before anyone says "If you don't like what they're doing, then just unwatch them", I already did.