I’m sorry, but this is just too funny not to share.
A guy called Mark Davidson, a Social Marketing & Communications Strategist according to his LinkedIn profile, apparently hired three people to ghostwrite on his Twitter account.
From the looks of it, one of them was just fired from Mark’s inexplicably large ghostwriting team, but his former employer failed to change his Twitter password …
The result: (so far) eight messages from a “drunk, angry” rogue ghostwriter on Mark’s Twitter account, blasting him for employing a team of writers “while he is out playing golf”, not being nice, cheap and lacking understanding of what social media is (and how to type the words). Ouch.
Davidson’s Twitter bio (although it’s unclear whether he wrote it or not):
Internet sales & marketing professional. I write a lot of things to amuse myself and others. On occasion, I even have deep thoughts.
No, I have no clue if this story is genuine or a prankster at work. I know it’s hilarious, though.
Screenshot for posterity (read from bottom to top):