I'm in a similar situation and I would appreciate some feedback. A friend of mine has a side business in special effects makeup. I occasionally help him out, because it's fun and I get to spend time with him and our mutual friends. But I have made it clear that it is not a particular interest of mine otherwise. I "liked" his professional page, but not the page of his latest project, and have ignored the constant requests for money for that project.
My husband has expressed zero interest in any of this, never going to a single event, liking any of the pages related to it, and even hiding the friend's personal Facebook feed because he got sick and tired of hearing about it.
This morning this friend crossed a line. As the project page, whom neither of us have liked, he "tagged" us in a picture asking for money, yet again. We are not in the picture, nor are we affiliated with this project in any way. He knows that money is extremely tight for us (as my husband is a student and I have been out of work for a year) and that we are very involved in charities including families being foreclosed on, soup kitchens, and rescue animals. It kind of irks me that he thinks we should divert some of our limited funds away from these important causes to help him make a special effects movie.
Am I overreacting, or is tagging someone in a photo crossing a line? I untagged myself, and it bothers me that my Facebook profile showed that solicitation for such a long time before I logged in and discovered it. My husband is not yet on Facebook, so I have politely asked in the comments that he be untagged, a request that has as yet gone unheeded.
Should I be doing more to tell him his behavior was inappropriate? I don't want to risk a friendship over this, but it is really bothering me.