Ask The Doctor, a medical Q&A platform, filed a lawsuit against Shiba Inu and fought a war of words on Twitter


Tuesday may be boring, but the ongoing Twitter drama has attracted the attention of many blockchain enthusiasts. Ask The Doctor, a Canadian medical question and answer site, announces that it will sue Shytoshi Kusama meme token Shiba Inu (SHIB), suspected of defamation, and will try to expose his personal identity in court.Yayoi Kusama immediately fought back, saying “this is illegal [for Ask The Doctor] Take people’s money to buy services it never provides. “

When Kusama quoted Ask The Doctor’s SHIB promotional tweet the day before, a fierce exchange began, claiming “You are a scam account. Where are all the “doctor” tweets in the travel account you created in 2009? “If the plot is not thick enough, Ask The Doctor used to be an influencer of SHIB.

In a tweet on December 1, the company claimed to have added 31 billion SHIB ($1.5 million at the time) to its balance sheet. On December 20th, Ask The Doctor then tweeted disuse SHIB tokens in its books. Twitter users claim that the company has been vigorously promoting SHIB tokens to retail investors in the past month.

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At the time of release, Ask The Doctor continued to escalate conflicts on social media platforms.In a recent tweet, the company Refer to SHIB is “a scam”, “tends to zero”, “faces delisting”, and points out without evidence, “the coming carpet pull”. Since the conflict began less than 24 hours, Ask the Doctor seems to have lost nearly 10,000 Twitter followers, leaving about 48,000. Although Ask The Doctor stated that it sold shares of SHIB for commercial purposes, it did not explain why it would invest in coins that it considered a “scam” in the first place.