Medical Q&A platform Ask The Doctor files lawsuit against Shiba Inu, engages war of words on Twitter

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Medical Q&A platform Ask The Doctor files lawsuit against Shiba Inu, engages war of words on Twitter

Tuesdays may be boring, however an ongoing Twitter drama is fascinating the eye of many blockchain fans. Ask The Physician, a Canadian medical questions and solutions web site, introduced that it could be suing Shytoshi Kusama, volunteer undertaking lead of meme token Shiba Inu (SHIB), for alleged libel and can try and uncover his private id in courtroom. Kusama instantly fired again, alleging that “it’s unlawful [for Ask The Doctor] to take individuals’s cash for a service it by no means supplies.”

The heated trade started when Kusama quoted a promotional SHIB tweet from Ask The Physician the day prior, alleging, “You are a rip-off account. The place are all of your “physician” tweets from tour account created in what 2009?” If the plot wasn’t already thick sufficient, Ask The Physician was previously a SHIB influencer. 

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In a Dec. 1 tweet, the agency claimed to have added 31 billion SHIB ($1.5 million on the time) to its stability sheet. On Monday, Ask The Physician then tweeted it had eliminated its SHIB tokens from its books. Twitter customers allege that the agency has been closely selling SHIB tokens to retail buyers over the previous month.

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On the time of publication, Ask The Physician continues to escalate the battle on the social media platform. In more moderen tweets, the agency alleges that SHIB is “a rip-off,” “heading to zero,” “going through delisting,” and stating that, with out proof, “there’s a rug pull coming.” Because the battle started lower than 24 hours in the past, Ask the Physician seems to have misplaced practically 10,000 Twitter followers, with roughly 48,000 remaining. Though Ask The Physician stated it dumped its SHIB stake for enterprise functions, it did not clarify why it could put money into what it believes to be a “rip-off” coin within the first place.