By Ricki Says
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Because of how black people have made many topics trend on Twitter, they earned their own label. This part of Twitter is commonly referred to as Black Twitter. Apparently, this was something Twitter took notice of, as they brought Debra Lee on to make Black Twitter into a thing.
Then, there was an app developer who created his own social networking platform. He is a black man and calls his app Blitter, where some popular Twitter users have moved to. But, the Black Twitter camp is apparently in turmoil.
Those who follow such popular forums as Lipstick Alley have already seen some of what’s going on. There are a lot of stories going around about the Black Twitter leaders. People are blocking each other and the entire situation is trending, with some accusing the Black Twitter members of sexual assault, issa problem.
Read the tweets about Black Twitter below:
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