Social media roundup: Google deletes Adamu Garba’s Crowwe from Play Store, Ronaldo snubs Coca-Cola and others

Social media roundup: Google deletes Adamu Garba's Crowwe from Play Store, Ronaldo snubs Coca-Cola and others

Hi guys! Trust you had a great week. Are you planning a getaway or working through the weekend? Whatever your plan, take a moment to sit back and relax as we bring you the many trends that have been making the rounds across social media.

Adamu Garba’s Crowwe deleted from Google Playstore

Following loads of negative reviews by Nigerians, Google deleted Adamu Garba’s Crowwe app from its Play Store.

Garba had been very vocal in his criticism of Twitter and campaigned for Nigerians to use the app as an alternative following the Twitter ban.

As expected, the highly controversial Garba was ridiculed by many Twitter users.

Facebook has also deleted Adamu Garba’s Instagram page. 

Read: Facebook deletes Adamu Garba’s Instagram page hours after Google removed Crowwe from Playstore

Eriksen suffers cardiac arrest

Inter Milan midfielder and ex Tottenham player, Christian Eriksen suffered a heart attack during a Euro 2020 match between Demark and Finland earlier in the week. The incident shook the entire sports world to its very foundations.

Christian Eriksen
Christian Eriksen

Several sports personalities and well-meaning individuals took to social media to show their support for the 29-year-old Danish footballer.

Christian Eriksen has now been discharged from hospital after a successful operation where he was fitted with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (heart starter).

He may never play professional football again, according to a leading sports Cardiologist.

Ronaldo snubs Coca-cola

Cristiano Ronaldo raised eyebrows during Portugal’s first Euro 2020 press conference when he put away two bottles of Coca-Cola and replaced them with a bottle of water. He then raised the water up and shouted, “drink water instead.”

Cristiano Ronaldo (Photo by UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)

The act drew varying reactions from users across social media.

Coca-Cola, an Euro 2020 sponsor, saw its shares drop by about $5 billion following Ronaldo’s widely broadcasted disapproving gesture.

Well, as is apparent, Cristiano Ronaldo wants us to drink water instead of soda. The Portuguese ace forward does not drink soda.

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comment section.

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