Uju Anya’s Tweet Removed As She Wishes Queen Elizabeth II “Excruciating Pain”

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A professor at Carnegie Mellon University USA, and a Nigerian- born Uju Anya had a tweet which has been deleted by Twitter after she criticized Queen 11 of England, wishing her a painful death.

The tweet was against the rules of of Twitter, and it made on Thursday, September 8, hours before Queen Elizabeth 11 gave up to ghost.

the monarch was accused by the Nigerian-born professor for supporting and sponsoring the”genocide” displaced her family.

The new removal tweet read; “I heard the chief monarch of a thieving r*aping genocidal empire is finally dying may her pain be “Excruciating,”

Her tweets caused sparked mixed reactions on social media, as many people disagreed with her, while others disagreed with her statement.

Amazon Founder and billionaire, Jeff Bezos and many other has reacted strongly to the Nigerian-born US professor “excruciating death” wish on Queen. Reacting to the post, he wrote; ‘This is someone supposedly working to make the world better? I don’t’ think so. Wow.

American University, Carnegie Mellon, has also distance itself from the tweet shared by it’s employee and refuse to punish professor Anya, and said in a statement posted to Twitter Thursday evening.

“We do not condone the offensive and objectionable message posted by Uju Anya today on her personal social media account,” the statement read in part.

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