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Amitabh Bachchan fumes at Twitter, threatens to 'go elsewhere'

Amitabh Bachchan has lashed out at social networking sites Twitter and Tumblr warning them to rectify some issues his followers have been facing while commenting on his accounts on both the websites. The actor recently tweeted...

entertainment Updated: Sep 26, 2012 12:40 IST

Amitabh Bachchan has lashed out at social networking sites Twitter and Tumblr warning them to rectify the issues in his accounts on both the websites.

Apparently, a number of his fans and followers had been facing problems commenting on his blog and Twitter account. Naturally, the veteran actor was very upset after reading the comments on the malfunction, warning Twitter that if the problem does not sorted out he might go elsewhere.

He, in fact, even tweeted an apology to his followers on the micro-blogging site.


“Distraught to read comments on malfunction on Twitter and tumblr. blog .. sent warning to concerned - rectify or I go elsewhere !!” Big B tweeted.

The ‘Angry Young Man’ of Indian cinema also expressed remorse for those who faced problems in commenting on his blog.

“My apologies to those that face problems in commenting .. my blog too keeps disappearing .. cannot tolerate discomfort for Ef/TwFmXt .” he tweeted.

“Travelling again .. with deep concern for Ef/TwFmXt .. stay put for the moment .. otherwise there are ''many other fish in the sea” he added.


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