Twene Jonas is always seen promoting the United States of America for its social interventions and the many job opportunities the developed country has to offer it citizens and immigrants. He is always talking about freebies in the country and in his one of his latest Facebook live video, the vlogger saw a man dressed in Batman's black suit. Twene Jonas saw him and asked him to say shout out to his followers and said, '' yea, this is Spiderman of MCU. You can take pictures with him for free"
This particular video has created many reactions on social media. Some are saying, he was not so much informed about what is happening in reality and that he has no moral right to throw fire at some leaders in Africa.
Other people commented that, maybe the curse made by the chiefs may have taken effect on him that was why he never knew the difference between Batman and Spider-Man in broad daylight.
Another Facebook user said he does not believe Twene Jonas is truly living in America.
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