Twitter to step in after Paul Pogba racism-gate got out of hand


Twitter is going to step in after Paul Pogba racism-gate has got out of hand. The star player of Manchester United, Paul Pogba has missed a penalty against Wolves on Monday. After the penalty miss incident by the star player of Manchester United, the social platform has set on fire. In the previous week, Tammy Abraham was also abused racially by a set of fans after missing the last penalty kick of the tiebreaker against Liverpool in the European Super Cup Final.

The racism-gate against Paul Pogba has got out of control. That’s why Twitter has stepped in to take an action against this ‘societal’ issue. Other players of Manchester United, Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire have protested against the racial abuse against Paul Pogba. The officials of Twitter are going to set a meeting against Manchester United in this week regarding this matter.

The official press statement of the social platform Twitter :

“This is a societal issue and requires a societal response.”

“This is why we maintain a dialogue with both the PFA and Kick It Out and are committed to working together to address abusive online and racist behaviour across the industry.”

The racial abuse against the players are increasing day by day and the time has come to take an action against those people.

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