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"Black Panther" Fictional North Korean Twitter account trolls Nigeria

Fictional North Korean Twitter account trolls Nigeria

Fictional North Korean Twitter account, DPRK News Service has trolled Nigeria over the seeming success of new movie, Black Panther.

DPRK News Service, a Twitter account that is a well-curated parody account by two Americans, took shots at Nigeria as the success of the movie keeps growing.
On Sunday, February 18, 2018, the fictional account in it's character tweeted about the North Korean leader exchanging greetings with Wakanda ambassador.

"Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un exchanges comradely greetings with newly arrived ambassador from Wakanda ."

The Twitter account went further to tweet: "Newly arrived "ambassador" from Wakanda "Rico B. Suave" is arrested and expelled to home country of Nigeria, on grounds that Wakanda is fictional nation."

DPRK News Service is a parody account that accurately depicts not only life in North Korea, but in the Western world as well.
Patrick and Derrick (they are not too keen on revealing their last names) are the brains behind DPRK News Service. They also run another parody account called Pope Hat.
According to Patrick and Derrick, their famous Twitter account not only drags North Korea but also criticizes Western culture as well. Their tweets are so spot on that people believe them.
They once tweeted that Kim Jong Un had banned sarcasm and a few sites ran with the story. For something that started out as a joke, a lot of people take it seriously.
"Black Panther" Fictional North Korean Twitter account trolls Nigeria "Black Panther" Fictional North Korean Twitter account trolls Nigeria Reviewed by opeyemi on 6:33:00 am Rating: 5

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