By Ricki Says
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
During the fall, Black Twitter made massive steps to the future, when a person took it upon himself to create a real Black Twitter. Named Blitter, many people signed up for the service. An immediate success, Blitter thrived, on its own.
However, only months into the experiment, many people got turned off by the service. The people initially seemed petty, getting upset about censorships, but it was soon proven the owner was losing it. Soon, he was sending bizarre messages, saying he sold to Facebook.
After the whole meltdown, fans tried to delete their Blitter accounts, but the owner told them he didn’t allow deletion of accounts. He said the people signed up for it, in their TOS. Now, a month later, he is back, promoting LittyGram, but the former Blitter users aren’t here for #CrackPat.
Read the #CrackPat tweets below:
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