Fired Twitter Ghostwriter Gets Hilarious Revenge
Ex-boss never changed account password
By Matt Cantor,  Newser User
Posted Sep 22, 2011 2:54 PM CDT
A frame grab from the Twitter account.   (Twitter)

(Newser) – If you’re going to fire the guy who ghostwrites your tweets, it’s probably best to change your password. Otherwise, that fired employee might just log in to your account to take his revenge. That’s what appears to have happened to one Mark Davidson, an "Internet sales & marketing professional" who recently sacked one of three ghostwriters. An ex-employee has been writing tweet after tweet ridiculing his former boss, Mediabistro notes.

The ghostwriter first announces that he’s “been ghostwriting @markdavidson’s tweets for the last 4 years while he is out playing golf.” After noting that he’s been fired, the ghostwriter adds that Davidson “isn’t that nice and he is cheap”—and “he can barely type social media much less know what it is.” Later: “And yes, as @markdavidson's former Twitter ghostwriter of 4 years; I am drunk. Drunk and angry. (You should have changed your password!)”