MLB itself changed a lot since 2012, remember that. Since there are no more than 20% of the users left, we're more concentrated, which means - equal. Bendy could've been famous and worshipped when there was a few regular posters and dozens of casuals and Cheezburger+Wordpress tourists here. But now we're more like a solid group of mates instead of one idol and his fans.
That's why you're not famous anymore. A celebrity is a celebrity as long, as he delivers a contest for people to discuss. With your checking your Messages board once a month and writting 2-3 comments a day you won't get any more fresh devotees.
Welp, it's official. As of last Friday, I have officially completed the entire run of MLP:FIM up to this point. I got all season 3 and season 4 episodes in their initial airings, and I needed to complete the seasons 1 and 2 episodes I haven't watched yet. With the completion of "A Canterlot Wedding", I am now 100% in episodes so far. (I seriously hated "Ponyville Confidential"; Fluttershy did not get a speaking role, and ironically, Big Mac had one with a couple of complete sentences. Dur. 1.5/10; will not watch again.)