Who is Twitter description guy? #TwitterGuyIsOverParty trends as Twitch streamer Karl Jacobs' video goes viral

On Twitter, you must've noticed that at times trending topics have a short description underneath it explaining why the particular term or hashtag is trending


                            Who is Twitter description guy? #TwitterGuyIsOverParty trends as Twitch streamer Karl Jacobs' video goes viral
Twitter logo and Karl Jacobs (Getty Images/Instagram)

As soon as the top trend on Twitter was the hashtag #TwitterGuyIsOverParty, many wondered what this was about. Is Twitter guy the founder of the micro-blogging site? Or some other Twitter executive? Whose cancellation party were Twitter users actually celebrating? Once you start to dig through the tweets under the hashtag, you'd find that the Twitter guy, to whom thousands of users are referring to, is the one who writes the descriptions for trending topics.

On Twitter, you must've noticed that at times trending topics have a short description undeneath it explaining why the particular term or hashtag is trending. It usually happens in the case when the trend is not something mainstream or familiar or when the reason behind the trend is not immediately apparent. So, when the term El Rapids started to trend, fans of the video game Minecraft weren't happy with what the description below it read. You can see the screenshots in the tweet below which read, "It was a small win. #twitterguyisoverparty for changing the hashtag to El Rapids," and, "you have a choice Twitter guy be cancelled or write a description, it's an easy choice #twitterguy4rapids #twitterguyisoverparty".



 

 



 

The description under El Rapids read, "The beloved Minecraft place of Mexican L'Manberg officially changes its name to El Rapids during the latest QuackityHQ stream." You can read all of this particular Minecraft fandom here.

One use bashing the Twitter description guy, tweeted, "mf couldn’t even write a single description when he had PLENTY of time to do it . like please bitch as if u arent used to this by now," followed by the hashtags #twitterguyisoverparty and #twitterguy4rapids. Another user, sharing a reaction video of a popular Minecraft player with the song 'F**k Love' by XXXTentacion and Trippie Redd playing in the background, wrote, "I can’t believe somebody would hurt him like this." Another wrote, "he’s f***ing dead now. Is this what you wanted? Is this what you wanted, Twitter guy? Is this what you wanted?"

The person in the video is Twitch streamer Karl Jacobs as this one user pointed out saying, "Twitch streamer Karl Jacobs dropped DEAD after Twitter guy rejects his country invite."



 

 



 

 


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