This article is for those of you who doesn't spell check their Grammatical spellings before posting. Sometimes you may end up being embarrassed like what happened on the Twitter account of the Nigerian controversial Journalists and Pharmacist Kemi Olunloyo.
Anty Kemi, posted on her account to inform her followers about a giveaway scheduled to take place on Friday. She urged her fans to participate in the contest and tag her so as to stand a chance of winning.
It didn't end up well with a fan whom I believe out of anxiety was only trying to appreciate her for the information in her comment section.
This was what transpired below:
The fan's Twitter account name is @shyBillionaire wrote in Anty Kemi's comment section that" Thank you for your information, God bless you endlessly.... May you leave longer than you expected "
This was how Anty Kemi blasted him back.
Dumb Illiterate: "live" your English is poor. I'm not leaving for anywhere.
See the screen shot of their conversation and how fans reacted below:
Twitter have been on fire since yesterday night all in the name of grammatical error.
How do we settle this matter for them?
Please drop your reply at the comment section.
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