Have you in your sphere someone who prefaces mentions of people and things with extreme hyperbole? I do.
A doctor who had some experience with a sub specialty is referred to as “the world’s foremost authority on XYZ.” A friend who once collected some doodads is now “the world’s best expert on doodads.” The doodads themselves are now “the world’s most collectables.” You get the idea.
The internet has made hyperbole almost compulsory. Noticed how posts are labeled “So-and-so DESTROYS So-and-so?”
And for good measure, in the link So-and-so is referred to as “the world’s greatest.”
It takes both discipline and intention in writing well not to resort to hyperbole, but use neutral words to such an effect as to make an impression. This requires education and practice.
It also requires discernment, something increasingly lacking in public discourse on the Interwebs.
Simmer down, y’all. Take a deep breath and take it easy.