UnNews:Celebrities Complain That Twitter Is Now Too Political

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24 June 2009
New York. NY.USA

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Celebrity Twitters say 'Pants to Iran'.

Celebrity Twitter account holders are complaining that their favourite vanity promotion tool has been 'taken over by Iranians posting photos of dead people'..

The recent unrest in Iran following the election there has seen an explosion of people using or creating Twitter accounts to chronicle the bloody goings on in that country. Though many see this as 'people power' . Now some celebrities are anxious to reclaim Twitter so they can post what they just had for lunch, shot of the girlfriend's bum bending down or reading what passes for thoughts by Lindsay Lohan.

One celebrity - speaking strictly anonymously to UnNews said this :-

...look why can't Twitter just stick all those cellphone reports and footage from Iran on You Tube or any other serious news site ? Why spoil Twitter !?? My fans are upset that instead of reading about how rich and happy I am today and how many children I want to adopt to give me a full ethnic diversity house..they instead see stories or pictures of dead people or soldiers firing guns. I have had to ban my family from using Twitter as they are all upset that there aren't any more tweets about or from me on there...(you will remember to keep this anonymous won't you Mr Handsome Hack..you..) ?

Other Twitter users have distanced themselves from calls to restrict access from Iran but others are supporting a campaign to Keep Twitter Politics Free. We Want More Images of Demi Moore in her Panties. So far they have received support from Ayatollah Khamenei in Tehran (user name deathtoamerica@nukesforislam).

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