Twitter has been grabbing a lot of headlines lately as Elon Musk’s acquisition of the social media platform has made waves for the company in many ways. While Musk isn’t involved in this story, it would seem that anime and Twitter have met once again, as Chainsaw Man creator Tatsuki Fujimoto has encountered some strange drama regarding his own account. While the first season of the anime series roars thanks to MAPPA, Fujimoto continues to work on the manga as well.
Fujimoto has apparently pretended to be his “younger sister” Koharu Nagayama on social media for years, but the charade seems to have cost the mangaka his Twitter account as his platform was “deactivated” due to “age restrictions” since his The “young sister” was apparently a student in the third year of elementary school. An editor for Chainsaw Man revealed an update for fans regarding the drama on Twitter:
“I have been informed that the account of Tatsuki Fujimoto’s younger sister, Koharu-chan, has been deactivated due to problems with her registered age. Her brother, the author, has already contacted Twitter to resolve the situation. Ladies and gentlemen, we’d appreciate it if you could wait on her sister’s return to Twitter. Thank you so much.”
Chainsaw Twitter Man
If you have yet to dive into what many consider to be the best anime of 2022.
“Denji is a teenage boy who lives with a chainsaw devil named Pochita. Due to a debt left behind by his father, he lives a low life and repays his debt by harvesting devil corpses with Pochita. One day, Denji is betrayed and when his consciousness fades , makes a pact with Pochita and is revived as the ‘Chainsaw Man’ – the man with the devil’s heart.”
In the latest episode of Chainsaw Man, Denji was introduced to more devil hunters to work with to take on supernatural powers, though it looks like the chainsaw devil and his allies will face their most dangerous threat yet when they enter. mysterious building.