Will Smith did not send that popular Trayvon Martin tweet3/27/2012
Fake celebrity Twitter accounts are having a busy day. Earlier, Will Ferrell was mistaken for trying to solicit donations to a fake charity in the memory of Trayvon Martin, and now a Tweep using Will Smith's name has caused similar confusion. Despite an ironic but clear disclaimer that states @RealWillSmith is in no way affiliated with the actor Will Smith, a post from that account tying the Martin case with Kim Kardashian's recent flour bombing went viral. It read, "WE live in America where a girl that threw flour on Kim Kardashian was arrested on site. But the man who KILLED Trayvon Martin is still free." And in an America where anyone can be easily fooled.
Should Twitter allow people to use celeb names?