This is how Twitter reacted to KRK's suicide threat

KRK's account was suspended earlier this month after he reportedly gave the spoiler of Aamir Khan's Secret Superstar in his tweets

After Kamaal R. Khan aka the self-proclaimed Bollywood critic’s Twitter account was suspended (given the notorious s*** he has thrown on Tweeps and Bollywood celebs, this should have happened long back), the upset actor-director has threatened suicide if his account was not reinstated in 15 days.

Those who are unaware of how Twitter shushed him, here’s an account of what happened. So, on October 18, after KRK reportedly revealed the climax of Aamir Khan film Secret Superstar and personally attacked Aamir Khan, Twitter suspended his account.

In a recently released statement, KRK said this step by Twitter proves the real boss of Twitter is Aamir Khan and Jack Dorsey. Making a case for himself, KRK wrote he never threatened or abused anyone on the website, hence it was pointless to suspend his account. The statement was released on the Twitter page of KRK Box Office, the handle which he uses to share Bollywood news.

As soon as KRK released this statement, Twitter users were super-quick to tell him how they feel:

Here is his statement:

Also read: KRK accuses Virat Kohli of ending Yuvraj Singh & Suresh Raina careers. Gets LAMBASTED on Twittersphere

And the reactions:

Also read: After tweeting for Zarina Wahab, Rangoli Chandel takes KRK’s class over Hrithik Roshan vs Kangana Ranaut issue

Another tweet of KRK Box Office said police have reached KRK’s residence in Versova. Here is the tweet:

 

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