Twitter Streets: Hot Trends Today- August 13
Timmy T-Dirt? Netizens Angered by Explicit Clip
Artists Brown Mauzo and Timmy Tdat are receiving backlash following a recently surfaced sexually-charged clip. The duo just released their new collaborative stint, “Wote Wazuri”, which featured a host of vixens in bikinis. However, the music video’s BTS scenes ruffled many on the internet.
The video sees Brown and Timmy getting “hands on” with the ladies, in what many have termed as “indecent” and “pornographic” in nature. Here are some of the reactions;
Timmy Tdat is the most dirtiest singer in Kenya. He does filthy stuffs with ladies just because they agreed to appear in his videos. He has now taken his dirtiness to a whole new level. What an absolute fucktard he is. ?
— Aadoo Ozzo (@_Aadoo) August 12, 2020
Timmy Tdat is A Horny ghetto Musician who has earned his fame by being mannerless, Crooked, Controversial and Scandalous… The content on his Songs I can’t tell… But what do I know anyway ? pic.twitter.com/L0mKm0DDyY
— #YouthAdvocate KE?? (@RonoTheeDon) August 12, 2020
Timmy tdat shame on You for sexually harassing a female Video vixen, can you respect women….
— #BlackisKing (@KinyuaKariithi) August 12, 2020
Zuku Fiber Outage Draws in Kenyans’ Wrath
Netizens were baying for blood for the better part of Wednesday afternoon following Zuku’s widespread fibre internet outage. Most customers reported that the firm’s internet service was unavailable, with others claiming their customer care lines were busy, prompting chaos on their socials. Zuku has since been responding on Twitter alleging “signal fluctuation” and “service downtime”.
Wouldn’t even recommend Zuku Fibre to a dictator.
He’d probably use his free time during the constant internet downtime to kill more people out of frustration.
— First of Her Name (@MMingina) August 12, 2020
getting zuku just to use bundles is the most clown like investment I shit you not ? https://t.co/Ng1lxDEihD
— ⚓ (@NiKhOoOLe) August 12, 2020
Hello @waw3ru, we are experiencing a signal fluctuation in your area . We have our team onsite currently working to resolve the issue, kindly accord us your patience.^MR
— @Zuku_WeCare (@Zuku_WeCare) August 13, 2020
‘Mulan’ Movie Trailer Released
A new trailer for Disney’s upcoming movie “Mulan” has been released. The Niki Caro-directed action flick’s storyline centers around a young Chinese maiden, Mulan (Yifei Liu), disguising herself as a male warrior in order to save her father.
Just recently, Disney announced that the film, regarded to be one of its biggest this year, would skip theatrical release and instead premiere on its streaming platform, Disney + on September 4,2020. “We’re very pleased to be able to bring Mulan to our consumer base that has been waiting for it for a long, long time as we’ve had to unfortunately move our theatrical date several times,” announced Disney’s CEO Bob Chapek.
Mulan’s official synopsis reads: When the Emperor of China issues a decree that one man per family must serve in the Imperial Army to defend the country from Northern invaders, Hua Mulan, the eldest daughter of an honored warrior, steps in to take the place of her ailing father. Masquerading as a man, Hua Jun, she is tested every step of the way and must harness her inner-strength and embrace her true potential. It is an epic journey that will transform her into an honored warrior and earn her the respect of a grateful nation- and a proud father.
The legend arrives. pic.twitter.com/1vFWO9vBV0
— Mulan (@DisneysMulan) August 12, 2020
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) August 6, 2020
Disney wants you to pay $30 to watch “Mulan” from home. What does this mean for other upcoming blockbusters? https://t.co/XQP1W4iWe8
— TIME (@TIME) August 10, 2020