After Twitter Freakout, Tinder Says It “Overreacted” To vanity honest Article
“Nancy Jo gross sales, this is Tinder calling…”
August 12, 2015
needless to say Alexis Neiers, the moneyed Valley girl who was once complicit with the high-profile burglaries dedicated with the aid of the Bling Ring? Tinder sure does.
In a tamer, however no less hilarious, version of the notorious voicemails Neiers left for journalist Nancy Jo sales following her vanity honest exposé on the Bling Ring, the dating app took to Twitter to take down sales’s newest piece within the magazine: a story titled Tinder and the dawn of the “courting Apocalypse” detailing, partially, Tinder’s impact on hookup culture and the courting scene.
Tinder was once no longer amused through the article. When sales tweeted a survey on Tuesday that claimed 30% of Tinder customers are married, the app’s authentic Twitter account launched a mighty tweetstorm.
Tinder helps people to find true love, guys!
Tinder additionally desires you to understand it even has an enthusiastic fan base in North Korea, the place stringent web censorship abounds:
A Tinder spokesperson told Wired that, including China and North Korea, the app has users across 196 countries. the corporate additionally apologized for its embarrassing tweets in a commentary to Wired, saying it “overreacted” after reading a piece of writing that did not fawn over its app:
we’ve a passionate workforce that truly believes in Tinder. whereas reading a up to date vainness fair article about nowadays’s courting tradition, we have been saddened to see that the article didn’t touch upon the sure experiences that the majority of our users stumble upon day by day. Our intention used to be to spotlight the numerous facts and superb stories that are every now and then left unpublished, and, in doing so, we overreacted.
The Twitter rant runs for roughly 30 (sub)tweets. here’s some extra shade and self-righteous whining, for excellent measure:
It additionally appears the tweetstorm was a lucid, coordinated effort on Tinder’s end, in step with a BuzzFeed information reporter: