Twitter Suspended Our Account, So Make Sure To Follow @FreeMuhTurtle, Use Copious Amounts Of 100 Emojis And #FreeTurtleboy frfr
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So this happened today:
Zero explanation why. We were favoriting a bunch of old and hilarious Dicky Rushton tweets like this one:
So Twitter’s robots might’ve picked us up as spam or something. We filled out the form to dispute it, but who knows if anyone out there actually reads it. In the meantime we’ve created another account that you can follow while this gets hashed out: @FreeMuhTurtle
In the meantime feel free to tweet @Jack with the hashtag #FreeTurtleboy and ask him to restore our account because obviously this is a mistake. Make sure wen you include copious amounts of 100 emojis, followed by “frfr.” Studies have shown that these are very effective ways to receive justice. Yes, that’s right, Turtleboy is finally going to be the patron saint of “free muh boi.”
I’m not saying this is politically motivated because Turtleboy is not a political blog. But the fact of the matter is that we have a fairly decent size following on Twitter (almost 14,000) and many turtle riders don’t use Facebook, so they follow us from there. But for now you’re gonna have to follow @FreeMuhTurtle, because the revolution must never, ever stop.