Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
azangru

Oh, that's hilarious!

I’ve mentioned here the @js_tut Twitter personality, a Russian immigrant in the US who seems to be making money on javascript courses and who has run afoul of the woke tech community because of his disrespectful remarks about BLM and Nigerians (and perhaps something else).

So he lay low for a while; and then he resurfaced, with pristine Twitter feed and just several dozens of Twitter followers (I didn't capture how many followers he used to have, but it was surprisingly many — surprisingly for the shallow kind of content he was posting):




But it is the second tweet in his newborn feed that cracked me up:



Can’t be sure what he meant exactly, but probably that he’ll have to build his Twitter presence from scratch again.
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