We have seen several cases of brand ambassadors of certain smartphone companies using the phone of another brand. These kind of blunders are common and have taken place quite often in the past.In 2014, Maroon 5’s singer Adam Levine had been caught tweeting from an iPhone days after he had appeared on stage with Samsung. Not just him, last year Samsung's ex-brand ambassador in Russia Ksenia Sobchak was sued by Samsung after he was spotted using an iPhone X during a television interview. Now, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth’s recent tweet, caused a lot of buzz after eagle-eyed social media users spotted a ‘Twitter for iPhone’ signature.
Realme is all set for a grand event in New Delhi on November 20, where it will launch its latest Realme X2 Pro. Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth recently tweeted on November 16 about an update for Realme 3 and 3i, and a few users spotted a ‘Twitter for iPhone’ signature towards the bottom right of the tweet. However, the tweet has now been deleted. While it may not have been him who tweeted with the iPhone, since their social media accounts are often not handled by them, but a publicity team, Twitterati was quick to point it out and now the screenshot has been doing the wounds of the Internet. Check it out: ALSO READ: Apple iPhone 11 Launch: These Bollywood Memes On The Hefty Price Tag Of The Phone Are How-Larious
Is there any loop hole Between real me and iphone as they tweet from Realme but it show that they tweet from iphone😂😂 https://t.co/CrRtAp1b2k— Shahid Khan (@SDkhan__) November 18, 2019
Realme is so bad that his CEO is tweeting from iPhone 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/bqNwQZww4T— Alan (@Alan58034506) November 18, 2019
Recently, OnePlus ambassador Robert Downey Jr too was in a similar situation where he was caught using Huawei P30 Pro smartphone. The screenshot of his post had created a stir online and he acknowledged this on Chinese social media website Weibo and responded with, “Well, I guess it’s time to upgrade my assistant to a new OnePlus 7 Pro so mistakes don’t happen again.”
Image Source: Twitter/MadhavSheth1
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