Zomato Trolls Non-Original Tweeters, Advises Own Tweets, Twitterati Is In Splits


This seems to be a troll actually of those indulging in posting non-original tweets.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Zomato’s new tweet possibly “educating” Twitterati to “sometimes think original tweets of their own” has now been taking social media by storm. This seems to be a troll actually of those indulging in posting non-original tweets. 

This has also generated really hilarious reaction from Twitterati as well. As of now, this post from Zomato has received close to 3,500 Twitter likes in just 2 hours of being posted. In this regard, for Zomato users/Twitterati, it becomes imperative to think if somebody caused heartbreak for the online food ordering/delivery application (app) by borrowing its tweets.  

Zomato’s new tweet has Twitterati in splits 

First of all, check out Zomato's new tweet below: 


Now, with good tweets from the original self, being the focus, Twitterati has seemingly been doing just this till now, which got them excited and in splits causing Zomato’s post to go viral. Check out hilarious Twitterati reactions below: 











Zomato’s tweet comes after its earlier one that seemingly advised users to sometimes eat home-cooked food. This tweet seemingly even took the company’s founder Deepinder Goyal, by storm. Like the above, this tweet of Zomato also had gone viral. Check out eye-catchy Twitterati reactions here, pertaining to this particular tweet.  

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