Jessica Alba Twitter For Real?
It seems like Jessica Alba Twitter is real. Find her twitter and you’ll see her tweets. Did you find some ads? The highlighted form of the characters seems to be that she talks to her friends. She actively is on twitter. And not just like any ordinary twitter account but a celebrity twitter. She writes her daily tweets. But wait. There’s a write up about Jessica Alba not having a twitter account. The article talked about Jessica Alba mentioned that she doesn’t have a twitter. She told that to Just Jared (find him at twitter also). So who’s the one tweeting at Jessica Alba Twitter? It must be somebody else. This is confusing and if this is true then a lot of followers are being fooled.
Jessica Alba Twitter has a ghostwriter. Anyone can make a twitter account since it only asks for an email address. And the fact that it’s so easy to make an email add and confirm it with a security code. Something has to be done here at twitter. A line should be drawn. Whoever that person is, he or she should be stopped. It’s not helping Jessica Alba’s fans and followers at twitter. There is betrayal of trust. Celebrity twitter accounts should be made exclusively by the celebrities themselves that should be regulated not only with security codes but a sign in seal to show authenticity of the account’s owner.
Fans and followers of Jessica Alba twitter can only enjoy looking at photo updates or put a new face on their twitter account using a Jessica Alba twitter background. But still, this problem should be taken seriously by twitter or its users will lose their trust and might start something that will cause twitter’s downfall, just like what happened to other social network. The once popular and familiar social network lost its popularity and their users have transferred to another network. Twitter has to protect its users. It’s that part of media that should always tell the truth.
Reliability is so important. It’s understandable that celebrities want to protect their identities but not to the extent of fooling their fans that as if they are personally involved in writing tweets, answering questions or making a statement that is not really happening. This can be harmful to the celebrities’ image if found out to be fake. This kind of concern should be taken care of before it goes out of hand.