Official Disney Social Media Account Publicly Slams Fan Site

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The Walt Disney Company has numerous social media accounts to represent its various divisions. From theme parks like Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort to the Disney+ streaming service to ABC News and ESPN, there are dozens of verified Disney accounts on various social platforms like Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook.

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Now, one verified Twitter account for the Disney|ABC Photo department has come out of a nearly two-year hiatus for a seemingly bizarre reason — to publicly slam a Disney fan site for a recent post.

Twitter user Chris! At the rope, drop shared a screenshot of the original post, in which the official ABC account commented on a fan site’s Tweet that did not feature a photo of Walt but instead showcased two former Walt Disney Company CEOs —  Bob Iger and Michael Eisner. The comment reads:

And where is the photo of Walt Disney? This is a terrible oversight. Walt Disney was a genius and truly loved America and the world. Please update your post!!

Chris’s caption reads:

can someone tell my why a verified Disney account came out of an almost 2 year hiatus to complain about WDWNT

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Commenters have been having a field day with the situation, with No Context Christmas Theme Parks writing:

Disney going after WDWNT might be a new favorite for me

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Merry Krissy-mas quipped:

They’re that p***ed.

…but really, looks like someone that was laid off still had the passwords

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Another social media user, Terrbear, expressed similar sentiments:

someone gave the intern (who is a who parks fan) access to the account and they said NO MORE

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Regardless of what actually happened — or if the comment was ever supposed to be issued by the official Disney|ABC account —  the incident has undeniably amused the internet.

On December 5, in honor of Walt Disney’s birthday, the official Disney Parks Twitter account paid homage to the world’s greatest dreamer, sharing a new sneak peek of the Dreamer’s Point statue that will be installed at Walt Disney World Resort’s EPCOT Park:

To celebrate Walt Disney’s birthday, enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the making of a brand-new statue, coming to Walt Disney World at Dreamers Point as part of the historic EPCOT transformation.

What do you think about this verified account coming out of its hiatus to slam a fan site?

Let the expert team at Academy Travel help you plan your next magical vacation to Walt Disney World Resort’s four theme parks — Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios — and the Disney Springs shopping and dining district!

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