Should we call it a coincidence or just a sarcasm? It is you to decide. Renowned Alibaba Group founder and an influential world figure Jack Ma joins twitter in March 2020 and his followers now stands at 59.1 as of 11:54 CAT.
What has shocked many globally is the fact that he has inaugurated his twitter presence with a massive and an earth-shattering tweet concerning the donation of face masks and coronavirus test kits from China to the United States of America.
This follows a global outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic famously known as Coronavirus.
The tweet posted by the business mogul seems to stir global reaction based on the context within which the tweet reiterated.
The first shipment of masks and coronavirus test kits to the US is taking off from Shanghai. All the best to our friends in America. 🙏 pic.twitter.com/LTn26gvlOl
— Jack Ma (@JackMa) March 16, 2020
The aforementioned tweet is seen to have in return granted him a massive following standing at 1000 followers in 5 minutes.
The tweet has categorically been termed as demeaning based upon the fact that the United States of America is a superpower country in the world.
This is seen to provoke a superpower confrontation in the sense that China and America are the world’s biggest economies and this tops the list of series of shows of might between the two nations.
People of all sorts of lives have gone on twitter to express their views concerning Jack Ma’s tweet and the premeditated reasons behind the posting of the tweet.
Below are some of the views people have posted on twitter.
The US has tested a total of 31,491 US citizens as of today. Jack Ma is sending 500,000 kits though so hopefully we can start to get it together on this. https://t.co/CjQCoi6Pt9
— American Times Film (@ExportedFromMI) March 16, 2020
Jack Ma joins Twitter today and gets a verified account. See your lives pic.twitter.com/Ntha4OfusF
— Agiddy (@okeweg) March 16, 2020
Dear Jack Ma @JackMa
This is a great gift of healing from you (& China) to US.
Hope you’d consider Malaysia as well. Our testing capacity needs a major boost & our frontline healthcare professionals need more PPEs (personal protective equipment). Thank you
Dr Amar #Malaysia https://t.co/3LtcZhzaGW
— Amar-Singh HSS (@DrAmarMOH) March 16, 2020