Rug pull or harmless memecoin? A dispute within the Shiba Inu community has gotten out of control in the past few days.
Most of the time things are harmonious in the crypto space. The Memecoin community in particular is known for supporting each other. With Shiba Inu, however, yin and yang have recently become unbalanced. The reason for this was a mud fight between Ask The Doctor, a medical information website from Canada that previously promoted memecoin, and ShytoshiKusama, a Shiba Inu Army opinion leader on Twitter. But what actually happened?
The dispute started after Ask The Doctor described Shiba Inu as “the greatest crypto scam” on the short message service. In addition, the account claimed that the Memecoin was preparing a rug pull, which is why the price will soon move towards zero. Ask The Doctor did not produce any evidence. But they wanted to file charges against the official Twitter account of Shiba Inu and its best-known promoter ShytoshiKusama. One wants to protect the crypto community from the potential scammers and reveal their identities, it said in a tweet of the Canadian medical side, which has since been deleted.
Retaliation by the Shiba Inu Army
After that, things went very quickly. ShytoshiKusama replied:
Tell your legal team that it is illegal to buy a verified account to use for scams. Tell them it is illegal to ask for money for a service that was never performed.
And if you really want to get me, come and get me. I’m ready.
To what extent these allegations against Ask The Doctor are true has not been conclusively clarified at this point in time. on Trustpilot the average rating of the site is one star. However, the majority of the 672 reviews date from the period of the social media dispute. So it is quite possible that the Shiba Inu Army was mobilized to retaliate. With success, because in the meantime Ask The Doctor has deleted all tweets.
Meanwhile, the Memecoin is enjoying enormous popularity among ether whales.
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