Popular Twitter User Gimba Kakanda Drags Another User To Court

Gimba Kakanda Drags Another Twitter user to court

Written by Ummu-Salma Ahmad

Ummu-Salma Ahmad is a student and a freelance writer mainly working on entertainment and news reports. A bibliophile who loves to eat.

May 10, 2021

The microblogging site, Twitter is one of the most popular social media sites most especially in terms of gossips and airing one’s view. The platform isn’t a stranger to dragging, violence and good things like how this couple who met on Twitter got married after they finished abusing each other.

This time around, it involves Gimba Kakanda, one of the 100 most influential users from Arewa Twitter and a certain Miryamah.

It all started when Miryam claimed a guy who was married recently was in her DMs. Gimba – who got married recently – in his usual bashing of unmarried people on the platform, responded that the allegations are false. Things got heated from there.

Gimba Kakanda Twitter fight

Miryamah responded that Gimba shouldn’t dare her, otherwise she will ruin his honeymoon. The unassuming Gimba was lost at this point.

What happened next schocked everyone. She indeed released screenshots of Gimba ‘flirting’ with her friend in the DM’s.

Naturally, Gimba responded with his own side of the story revealing a different side of the story, alleging the supposed friend messaged him asking to be friends. At this stage, the case turned into a full-fledged war, with Gimba dropping his nuclear arsenal.

Many assume this will involve suing in a court. Many on the Violence FC brigade are hoping they will actually get to witness a court case this time, especially since Gimba claims he will show them “shege” unlike the Deezell vs some Twitter users case which never saw the light of the day.

As of now, there’s yet to be a response from the friend. Even Miryamah has now locked her account, preventing non-followers from seeing her tweets.

However, Twitter users have gone on to make their assumptions from the screenshots dropped by both Gimba and Miryamah. Some have said it was the alleged friend who was trying to flirt with a married man while others are of the opinion that a married man should not address anyone other than his wife as “love” or “your majesty” as Gimba had done in the texts.

What do you think about the unfolding case? You can check back for updates as the saga unfolds.

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