2.4m Unfollow Trump, Obama On Twitter

2.4m Unfollow Trump, Obama On Twitter

2.4m Unfollow Trump, Obama On Twitter

Here are the most prominent Pakistani celebrities on Twitter and the number of followers they lost.

Nyakundi's followers have reduced from a whopping 1.2 million to 696,000 while Dela's numbers now stand at 521,000 from an impressive one million. Some lost significant while others lost marginal followers' count.

Twitter began purging its platform of millions of suspicious or fake accounts Thursday.

The shares lost nearly 10 per cent of their value in reaction to the news, as investors anxious the culling would make a major dent in the tally of how many people use the service - the main way Twitter makes money, by drawing advertisers to its wealth of eyeballs.

It's not news that President Donald Trump has always loved to speak his mind on Twitter, but now, he's going to be doing it to a smaller number of followers than he had before.

Camera IconFormer US president Barack Obama lost more than 2 million followers by Friday morning as part of the Twitter purge.

The Twitter Purge, as it were, commenced on Thursday, and plenty of high-profile Twitter users suddenly saw their follower accounts plummet. As per reports, Rahul Gandhi lost 12, 974 Twitter followers.

The majority of Twitter users will see a reduction of four followers or fewer, but those with larger follower counts will see a bigger drop, the company said.

"We understand this may be hard for some, but we believe accuracy and transparency make Twitter a more trusted service for public conversation".

By 5 p.m., President Trump's @realDonaldTrump account had lost about 300,000 followers, bringing his total down to a still impressive 53.1 million. The stock gained 3.2 percent on Thursday. Until we confirm that everything is ok with the account, we lock it, which makes them unable to Tweet or see ads. If you've noticed any other sports media personalities or companies who saw a significant drop in followers, let us know and we'll add them to the list.

Keith Weed, the chief marketing officer of Unilever, states that people confidence on Twitter will return, only if there are a more human activity rather than bot activity. Actually a few days ago Twitter asked its users to change their account verification and password, after which many users did not verify or change the password.

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