She explained to a worried follower that her more than a dozen tweets about Ebola was her…
Fans of Anne Curtis got worried last August 19th, when she tweeted:
“After I survived my fight with Ebola, I faced stigma. #ShareHumanity #EbolaStigma — Anne Curtis @annecurtissmith 9:04 AM – 20 Aug 2015”
But Anne Curtis immediately denied that she had Ebola.
She explained to a worried follower that her more than a dozen tweets about Ebola was her way of getting involved with the World Humanitarian Day.
As it turned out, Anne Curtis donated her Twitter feed to a worthy cause!
“@annecurtissmith anne i am really not getting it sorry, u had ebola?”
Hey! No, I didn’t. I donated my Twitter feed to share a story that matters here: http://www.worldhumanitarianday.org/donate/en — Anne Curtis @annecurtissmith 11:30 AM – 20 Aug 2015
Prior to the tweets about Ebola, Anne Curtis informed her 8.06M Twitter followers about the impending change in her feed.
She participated in a World Humanitarian Day event named, #ShareHumanity.
This was an event wherein people donated their social feed so “a story that deserves to be told” will be posted on the donor’s feed in the course of 24 hours.
“My feed won’t be the same over the next day. It’s for a very special cause. #ShareHumanity — Anne Curtis @annecurtissmith 3:33 AM – 20 Aug 2015”
Knowing how dedicated Anne Curtis fans are, they probably got worried just the same.
Especially when they read the word, Ebola, on their idol’s Twitter feed.