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The tweets by @DavidKrap hit a little too close to home for some Tumblr users.
The parody account @DavidKrap offended users with a handful of provocative messages deriding the community.
Despite being labeled as a parody account in its description, @DavidKrap remarks were mistaken as being sent from Karp himself, perhaps due to its surprisingly strong follower count (28,946 users).
“I mean, I’m glad he created Tumblr and all. I love Tumblr and it’s a part of my daily life and I’ve met some killer people on here that I know I’ll be friends with for the rest of my life,” vampsandroses wrote. “But, just because we reach post limit doesn’t mean we don’t have lives. Wow. Fuck you.”
Here’s a Storify of the 10 tastefully offensive tweets from @DavidKrap.
Photo via Twitter
Fernando Alfonso III served as an early Reddit and 4chan reporter and the Daily Dot’s first art director until 2016. He’s gone on to report at Lexington’s Herald-Leader and at the Houston Chronicle.