The medical Q&A platform Ask The Doctor files lawsuit against Shiba Inu and wages a war of words on Twitter

Tuesdays can be boring, but an ongoing Twitter drama attracts the attention of many blockchain enthusiasts. Ask The Doctor, a Canadian medical Q&A website, announced that it is suing Shytoshi Kusama, the volunteer project leader for Meme token Shiba Inu (SHIB) for alleged defamation and will attempt to expose his personal identity in court. Kusama immediately fired back, claiming “it’s illegal”. [for Ask The Doctor] to take people’s money for a service it never provides. “

Let your legal team know that it is illegal to buy a verified account to defraud others. Tell them it is illegal to take people’s money for a service you never perform.

And if you REALLY want to come and get me …


It’ll be soon anyway … I’m ready

– Shytoshi Kusama ™ (@ShytoshiKusama) December 21, 2021

The heated exchange began when Kusama quoted a SHIB promotional tweet from Ask The Doctor the day before, claiming, “You are a fraudulent account. If the plot wasn’t thick enough, Ask The Doctor used to be a SHIB influencer.

In a December 1 tweet, the company claimed it added SHIB 31 billion (then $ 1.5 million at the time) to its balance sheet. Then on December 20, Ask The Doctor tweeted: eliminated his SHIB tokens from his books. Twitter users claim that the company has been promoting SHIB tokens heavily among retail investors over the past month.

You are a fraudulent account. Where are all of your “doctor” tweets from tour accounts created in 2009? Gtfoh. Cheat another token like you planned with your first tweets. .@askthedr

– Shytoshi Kusama ™ (@ShytoshiKusama) December 21, 2021

Related: Shiba Inu Gains Over 30% In Just 2 Days As Kraken Announces SHIB Listing

At the time of publication, Ask The Doctor is continuing to escalate the conflict on the social media platform. In more recent tweets, the company has asserts that SHIB is “a scam”, “zeroing out”, “pending de-listing” and that, with no evidence, “a rug-pull is imminent”. Since the conflict began less than 24 hours ago, Ask the Doctor appears to have lost nearly 10,000 Twitter followers, with about 48,000 remaining. Although Ask The Doctor said it sold its SHIB stake for business reasons, it did not explain why it would invest in what it believed to be “fraudulent” coin in the first place.

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