Millions have seen a workout gym video that started on that account of people. People have no idea who made him, and we’ve seen many gym fails before, so this one wasn’t any different. This account was created in January 2020, and more than 600 posts have been made. Most of the content is hidden because it is s*nsitive, and you will need to change your settings.
He is talking about his no-nut November experience day by day. He started the scenario on the first day and posted his progress report and workout videos in the gym.
He doesn’t want to fail No Nut November, and he was solid on the second day. On the third day, though, he started acting silly. He asked all of his followers the question as if they were still playing No Nut November on day 4.
He felt evil on day 5, which he wrote about on November 6. He posted an awful Le emoji and wanted to do something again on day 9, but he forgot the date and posted it on day 11. Right now, I need this. Some online people are still unsure if he is a man or a woman.
Maybe he also has an account for only his fans, but there’s no mention of that. Currently, it has more than 92,000 followers and 187 bills that follow it, and you can send a direct message to promote yourself.
There is no picture of a biography on the account, and it is completely blank. The most recent post was made about 18 hours ago. It was about day 20, and it asked if anyone wanted to go to the beach.
Then, it was today on T19. Does anyone else like riding? This account is still there, and Twitter hasn’t done anything about it. Every post gets about 2500 likes and retweets. Users will now pay about $9 monthly to get the blue tick verification.
It’s clear that it’s misleading people, and Twitter needs to do something about it because these people aren’t doing anything useful and are just doing it to make a few dollars. It’s not even a registered account, so it might have to deal with some problems in the future.