Mary Lincoln was a trend for the majority of last week because to the n*k3d photographs of her that went viral on social media last week. The majority of Kenyans questioned the Kikuyu gospel musician’s motivations while some stood by her and encouraged her to continue performing. They all asked who exposed the musician. The internet users responded to the journalist’s upload of a picture of herself receiving prayers in a church by sending her supportive remarks.
Mary was in the center of the action, surrounded by three individuals who were reaching out their hands to her while she was dressed in a long, white skirt and a blue denim jacket. She also expressed her gratitude to all of the friends and artists who prayed for her and supported her when she went viral.
Fans have questioned who might have published the images and why they were disclosed, despite the media personality’s refusal to comment on them.
The Mary Lincon video has been trending widely, particularly on Twitter. During the 2007 South By Southwest Interactive conference, more than 60,000 tweets were sent. The Twitter team made use of the occasion to grow the service’s user base during the conference.
The 140 character limit was initially just a requirement put on the platform by the cell carriers rather than Twitter itself because Twitter started as an SMS-based platform.
However, it’s crucial to note that as Twitter evolved into a web platform, they preserved the cap since it fit with their brand. After all, Twitter is a platform that tries to produce highly skimmable material for the more connected and attention-deficient world we live in today.