Twitter can help users keep up-to-date on friends, better understand new products and learn news faster than old media can report it.
But as Discover Magazine’s Melissa Lafsky points out, Twitter can also damage reputations, cost users their jobs, lose them clients, create legal trouble, and change the course of a state’s political history by a hair.
In one of those trend pieces we’re seeing everywhere, Lafsky lists the best and worst tweets ever. We explore the five worst in more depth here.
Or jump ahead in our list:
- @theconner, #5
- @courtneylover79, #4
- @baratunde, #3
- @keyinfluencer, #2
- @JeffFrederick, #1