We thought it was only the Nigerian entertainment industry that was all about the social media cat claws.
But one bank just won my heart.
Corporate entities have gotten in on the action. Sterling Bank had a go at Diamond Bank on Twitter this morning for their ‘grammatical’ error.
See below, what went down
— Diamond Bank (@DiamondBankNG) May 20, 2016
Hopefully, the targets do not include spelling ability. At Sterling Bank, we ensure all are met 🙂 https://t.co/Wa7ycOexvP
— Sterling Bank Plc (@Sterling_Bankng) May 23, 2016
See how the internet reacted
@DiamondBankNG someone is set to receive a query this Monday morning. Totally unethical shading and disgusting too!
— J.Paul (@SenatorEbydon) May 23, 2016
— Mr PrimeMinister (@k6rocks) May 23, 2016
— Hiroshi the Punographic 📝 (@mr_afolayan) May 23, 2016
@DiamondBankNG LMFAOOOOOOOOO Shots fired 😂😂😂😂😂😂
— Rikudou Sennin (@Fin_Disu) May 23, 2016
— oyewole Temitope (@TemiOyewole) May 23, 2016
— Abubakar Sadiq Babah (@Bobohkhan) May 23, 2016
@DiamondBankNG public representation of both banks is no good with this monday morning rants especially diamondbank
— D A N N (@Dan1gwu) May 23, 2016
Whatever. We approve.