After its recent political election, America needs a major reset button.
Especially after the Twitter handles for ABC News and Good Morning America were hacked yesterday by an unknown party. Before the issue was resolved, someone tweeted their undying support for President Donald Trump while claiming Odd Future frontman Tyler the Creator died in a deadly tour bus crash.
Tyler the Creator’s fictional death didn’t cause quite an uproar as much as tweets like “trump is our lord and savior #thankgodforTHEDONALD” did. Naturally, Twitter grabbed screenshots before the tweets were deleted.
ABC News spun the situation around and is back tweeting business as usual.
Far from bothered and possibly unaware, Tyler has yet to respond to his “death.”
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